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The Complete D. R. & Quinch: 2000 Ad Presents [Paperback]

Alan Moore , Alan Davis
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March 2003 D.R. and Quinch
From the subterrean depths of comics' most innovative mind comes a supremely deranged duo. Alan Moore (Watchmen, Promethea) and Alan Davis (Captain Britain, X-Men) are proud (and should be ashamed) to present D.R. & Quinch. Outrageous, unrestrained and heavily armed, college students D.R. & Quinch gleefully provide irredeemably poor role-modelling for today's youth. Comes complete with tips on death, extremely painful death and the art of total destruction. Wildly offensive tales of alien slime wars, deranged disaster movies, psychotic girlfriends and warped war veterans make for a volatile mix of malicious mayhem and deeply dark humour. Totally intense, manl

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Alan Moore is one of the most respected and admired writers in comics today. He is currently working his own ABC line of comics, including Promethea, Tom Strong, Top Ten and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (all published by Titan). Alan Davis has drawn a wide range of comics, including Captain Britain, Miracleman, Excalibur, X-Men and the Avengers.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Violent, Demented and Funny April 22 2003
Format:Paperback
D. R. and Quinch originally appeared in a British comic book/magazine called "2000 AD". (The same publication that spawned "Judge Dredd", among others.) It was written by Alan Moore, one of the better comic book writers of all time. (He is known for such comics as "From Hell" and "League of Extrordinary Gentlemen" (both made into films), as well as "The Watchmen", making "Swamp Thing" into an interesting comic, among others.
This is one of his lesser known works.
D. R. and Quinch are a couple of alien juvenile delinquents that make anyone out of the "Wild Bunch" look like Prozac munching vegitarians. They maim and kill entire civilizations just for the fun of it. However, the destruction is so over the top and the targets of satire so broad that it is not just mayhem for the sake of mayhem.
Alan Davis' art adds to the atmosphere. His aliens are all bizzare creatures that have traits that you will still recognize. (There is a pretty savage parody of Marlin Brando in one of the stories.)
Highly recommended. I am glad these stories are still in print.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Violent, Demented and Funny April 22 2003
By Alan Olsen - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
D. R. and Quinch originally appeared in a British comic book/magazine called "2000 AD". (The same publication that spawned "Judge Dredd", among others.) It was written by Alan Moore, one of the better comic book writers of all time. (He is known for such comics as "From Hell" and "League of Extrordinary Gentlemen" (both made into films), as well as "The Watchmen", making "Swamp Thing" into an interesting comic, among others.
This is one of his lesser known works.
D. R. and Quinch are a couple of alien juvenile delinquents that make anyone out of the "Wild Bunch" look like Prozac munching vegitarians. They maim and kill entire civilizations just for the fun of it. However, the destruction is so over the top and the targets of satire so broad that it is not just mayhem for the sake of mayhem.
Alan Davis' art adds to the atmosphere. His aliens are all bizzare creatures that have traits that you will still recognize. (There is a pretty savage parody of Marlin Brando in one of the stories.)
Highly recommended. I am glad these stories are still in print.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars dr and quinch Sept. 18 2010
By Dada g - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Good for Alan Moore fans. A humourous stroll through the minds of two psychopaths who reject the sanctioned madness otherwise known as society. Moore always adds an interesting twist to the mundane realities that surround us. I wish it could have been longer but it collects all his work with these two characters. Good quality print but I somehow felt it was too short and thus a tad overpriced.
5.0 out of 5 stars awesome! Feb. 3 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Artwork is..... Awesome
Writing is..... Awesome
Inks and stuff is.... Awesome

Enuff Said.... Buy it!

Or else.... Like man.... S'right.
1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Cute little stories from true masters July 2 2010
By Kid Kyoto - Published on Amazon.com
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Alan Moore (Watchmen) and Alan Davis (Excalibur) are true masters of comics, genius creators whose work is a cut above everyone else's. This book reprints a humor strip they did for the UK's 2000 AD comic in the early 80s.

D.R. and Quinch at two intergalactic hoodlums who start their careers by destroying the Earth in a practical joke. They go on to join the army, take over Hollywood and go girl crazy.

I got a chuckle out of the book but not much more, it's a fun little read but not all that memorable.
0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Alan Moore Aug. 22 2012
By FreedomLover1980 - Published on Amazon.com
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This a fairly good comic. It does go a little crazy at times. I bought it bacause I am an Alan Moore fan. I do really like his League of Extraordinary Gentleman.
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