A belated drawing for the fifth of November. I know most people have seen the movie. If you have a chance to read the comic, do it, and if you can, find a version that hasn’t been colored, the black and white is much more striking. Props to Alan Moore, as always.


2 thoughts on “V

  1. Reblogged this on By: Tayme Canencia and commented:
    Another phenomenal film I remember… This was one of the amazing roles Natalie Portman had portrayed. With the wits and vague words of V, this was truly a legend to me.

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