Alan Moore
First appearance Alan Moore
Gender male
Occupation writer
Comic Something Positive

Alan Moore is an acclaimed and award-winning British author, comic book writer, and magician who worships the ancient Roman snake god Glycon and who currently lives in Northampton, England. Among Moore's impressive list of works are From Hell, V for Vendetta, Watchmen, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Voice of the Fire, and Lost Girls. Moore is noted for both the quality of his writing and his complete and utter disdain for the commercialization of his works, particularly the adaptation of his writing into film.

Moore has appeared in Something Positive twice, the first time when Davan is sending care packages to comic book writers [1] and later when Davan makes the mistake of admitting he loved the Watchmen film [2]. Davan loves Moore's work but is (rightly) scared shitless of the man.




Glycon is an ancient Roman snake deity, whose existence and cult is supposed to have arisen in Rome in the 2nd century B.C. and to probably have been a hoax, with the actual Glycon being no more than a hand-puppet. In real-life, Alan Moore gleefully admits this, and continues to do so anyway. Glycon has appeared in the comic only once[2], asking if Alan Moore requires his boots of infinite face fucking.