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Since the original series ended, I have watched it all the way through at least three times, first on VHS tapes from the original airings, and then on DVD. It’s world I never thought I could tire of. As a Lynch fan of three decades, I wanted to love this show so much, that it hurt. I never, ever could have imagined that not only would I never want to re-watch Twin Peaks: The Return , but that I am barely interested in even getting through each episode at this point, starving for a minute or two of wonder in each hour of tedium, wondering how the two men who created the original series could so fundamentally fail to follow through on its potential, having had a quarter of a century to prepare.

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Alan Alda was born on January 28, 1936 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA as Alphonso Joseph D'Abruzzo. He is known for his work on M*A*S*H (...

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It was a little while after that that I had a phone call from Steve Moore saying that he’d been contacted by Warner Books, for whom he’d done an extraordinary job of writing the novelisation fo the V FOR VENDETTA movie.  He wrote the entire book in a month, which is something very few writers these days would even think about doing.  And they had talked to him about how he would be the only possible writer they knew that I would be happy with writing the WATCHMEN novelisation.  And they offered him the job.  This was at a time when Steve really needed the money because he didn’t have any work and it was the year in which he expected to lose his brother.  So that money was a very welcome cushion, and the thought that he might have an income in that year was a great consolation to him because  it meant that in the expensive and unfortunate time around Chris’ impending death that he’d at least have the wherewithal to take care of all of the things that might arise.  So I said that I was really happy to hear that and yes, there wasn’t anybody else that I would have cheerfully allowed to do the film adaptation, and that he would be the best person for the job, so we left it at that.

And the days, of my life are but grains of sand
As they fall from your open hand
At the call of the winds’ command

From 1980 through to 1984, Moore maintained his status as a freelance writer, and was offered a spate of work by a variety of comic book companies in Britain, namely Marvel UK , and the publishers of 2000AD and Warrior . He later remarked that "I remember that what was generally happening was that everybody wanted to give me work, for fear that I would just be given other work by their rivals. So everybody was offering me things." [2] ( p57 ) It was an era when comic books were increasing in popularity in Britain, and according to Lance Parkin , "the British comics scene was cohering as never before, and it was clear that the audience was sticking with the title as they grew up. Comics were no longer just for very small boys: teenagers – even A-level and university students – were reading them now." [3] ( p20 )

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