Many libertarians were quite taken with the movie, V for Vendetta, based on the graphic novel of the same name, written by Alan Moore (and illustrated mostly by David Lloyd). Alan Moore is also the author (along with artist Dave Gibbons and colorist John Higgins) of a second graphic novel, Watchmen, which will be released as a movie this March, following a copyright dispute between two movie studios. Watchmen is not as explicitly anti-Statist as V for Vendetta, but it has received even greater critical acclaim, including being listed among Time Magazine’s 100 best English-language novels from 1923 to 2005. For those who are interested in the novel, the movie, or the graphic-novel genre in general, you must definitely check out Ross Levatter’s new site: V is for Veidt: A Watchmen Guide. It promises insightful panel-by-panel elucidation of the novel’s themes and hidden meanings.