Win V for Vendetta: Behind the Mask Exhibition Prize
We have teamed up with The Cartoon Museum to offer one lucky entrant a chance to win a V for Vendetta: Behind the Mask Exhibition promotion prize in support of a new exhibition.
The Prize package contains a V for Vendetta Book and Mask plus a 30th Anniversary special edition book, Annual Museum Membership with 2 adult tickets to the exhibition.
V for Vendetta: Behind the Mask will chart the rise from graphic novel, to hit film and now global phenomenon as a symbol of protest. Securing rare loans from the art department of Warner Bros, The Cartoon Museum will present a history of this modern classic with original artwork and covers, as well as costumes and designs that have never been seen in the UK before. The exhibition comes at an appropriate time when interest in V for Vendetta continues to rise. Original pages of David Lloyd’s work have been sold at auction for over £20,000, while the graphic novel continues to top bestseller lists four decades after its original release. As well as the high-profile loans from Warner Bros, The Cartoon Museum will also display three original V for Vendetta covers from the initial run in Warrior magazine.
Illustrated by David Lloyd and written by Alan Moore, the central character of the masked and mysterious ‘V’ became an iconic symbol of comics, cinema and the hacker group, Anonymous. Its cultural impact, spanning nearly 40 years, is explored through 36 original artworks by David Lloyd, including black and white pages and colour paintings. These will be displayed alongside the original mask worn by Hugo Weaving in Warner Bros.’ blockbuster 2005 movie adaptation, one of only three that were used during production, as well as costume designs and storyboards. V for Vendetta first ran as a black-and-white strip between 1982 and 1985, in Warrior, a British anthology comic published by Quality Communications. It was one of the comic’s most popular strips, but Warrior was soon cancelled after only 26 issues due to low sales. Three years later, DC Comics – famously the publishers of Batman and Superman titles – persuaded Moore and Lloyd to let them give V a new home.
Here is your chance to win this wonderful V for Vendetta: Behind the Mask Prize
Prizes courtesy of The Cartoon Museum
Tickets for V for Vendetta: Behind the Mask are available online from The Cartoon Museum Box Office
V for Vendetta: Behind the Mask merchandise can be purchased from The Cartoon Museum Shop
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