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LLOYD, DAVID & ALAN MOORE - Warrior Magazine #1 First V for Vendetta image icon used for Record cover & LP

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Most of the iconic images associated with V for Vendetta originated with this page…his very first appearance The V For Vendetta LP The Insert that came in the V for Vendetta LP. This insert is a long comic that reads as a comic adaption of This Vicious Cabaret. The music staff is accurate and the song can actually be played from the insert. "This Vicious Cabaret" has been included in the Trade Paperback of V for Vendetta, but this black and white version was the original way this "song" was intended to be experienced. It was mean to be played with the Vinyl and/or read individually as the insert. Young Evey steps out into the night. It's almost midnight, and the streets are deserted. Desperate and hungry, Evey approaches a lone man and propositions him for sex. As soon as the man reveals himself as a "Fingerman," trouble ensues. Several men appear and surround Evey in a threatening manner. It is at this crucial moment that V appears. No one hears him approach, which startles everyone. He makes his entrance by quoting Shakespeare's Macbeth. After running the men through, using martial arts techniques and knives, V expels tear gas and whisks Evey away to safety.

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