V is the title character of the comic book series v for vendetta, created by alan moore and david lloyd he is a mysterious anarchist , vigilante , and freedom fighter who is easily recognizable by his guy fawkes mask , long hair and dark clothing. Moore’s v for vendetta, moore’s politics, were firmly rooted in the ’80s (where the writer obviously wants them to stay) the wachowskis’ version is post-9/11 and proud of it. V for vendetta rating: 35 out of 4 v for vendetta is a swift and smugly entertaining portrait of revolution albeit, this is a wachowski brothers revolution, meaning there must be wildly theatric heroes and crisply tailored cgi stunts all set comfortably in an oppressive totalitarian society.
V is the main protagonist from v for vendetta and the deuteragonist of the movie of the same name he is a terrorist and freedom fighter from a dystopian future battling against a corrupt fascist regime in england known as the norsefire party. When alan moore and david lloyd were originally conceiving the character of v for their graphic novel v for vendetta, guy fawkes provided inspiration for the comic’s political context like fawkes, v hopes to create chaos from which the country’s insidious regime will fall. Reff : v for vendetta explained there is a good deal of info here i'll summarize in a world where the entire populous of a country has resigned to accept the tyranny of their government, there is but one man, one desire he want to bring freedom.
V for vendetta: a hero's journey joseph campbell teased out the 12 steps of every hero’s journey although every hero (or heroine) is different, they all go through the same stages recognizing these stages is a great opportunity for a writer to improve his or her writing. In my view, the character v from the film v for vendetta is a true example of heroism because he is motivated by empathy to undertake and complete a romantic heroic quest. “everybody is special everybody everybody is a hero, a lover, a fool, a villain everybody everybody has their story to tell” ― alan moore, v for vendetta.
According to oxford dictionary: terrorist is a person who uses unlawful violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims if you look from the perspective of the people who were controlled by unlawful violence and intimidation, the tyrannical government was. Evey hammond character timeline in v for vendetta the timeline below shows where the character evey hammond appears in v for vendetta the colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance. V for vendetta is a comic by alan moore and david lloyd starting in march, 1982, it originally ran in a british anthology comic called warrior, and later in its own ten issue comic published by dcit features several of alan moore's trademarks: anarchy portrayed as a positive force, mixing fiction and historical fact, and large amounts of cynicism it's the late 1990s in an alternate history. Alan moore, the writer behind comic book classic v for vendetta, gives his thoughts on how his creation has become an inspiration to the anonymous hacking network.
[carves v into poster on wall] the only verdict is vengeance a vendetta, held as a votive, not in vain, for the value and veracity of such shall one day vindicate the vigilant and the virtuous. 29 learning “stuff” and using v for vendetta in the college composition classroom by stacey kikendall university of new mexico the premise of alan moore’s v for vendetta is that england has devolved into a dystopian military state after a nuclear world war. V for vendetta is one of alan moore's revolutionary works in the comics field created in conjunction with david lloyd and originally serialized in warrior , it was left unfinished when warrior was cancelled and finally picked up, reprinted, and finished under the aegis of dc.
Best answer: i recently saw for the first time, a legendary docudrama called battle for algiers it is a look at algerian freedom fighters fighting for independance from france i was really surprised at how much of what was on screen would be taken as terrorism today but was freedom fighting then. V is very much an anti-hero and vigilante he is a superhero of sorts who challenges a corrupt state v, however, is out for revenge in this sense he is a hero out to settle a score against those have wronged him. V for vendetta is a must read, with many thought-provoking themes and a richly packed narrative it's definitely one for the collection, along with the movie that, while different, offers a similarly powerful story. V for vendetta tries, but it never quite achieves the same tone elsewhere mostly, it's content to remain a compelling, visually striking political mystery with some big ideas woven into it—subversive notions about integrity, liberty, and political change.