The Best Spanish Alan Moore Impersonator Wearing a Blue Bowler Hat You Will See All Day

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There’s a Spanish comedy show called “Muchachada Nui” that has a recurring sketch featuring parodies of celebrities called, well, “Celebrities.” Recently, the celebrity they chose to lampoon was none other than Alan Moore, the shamanic, thoroughly bearded scribe behind Watchmen, From Hell, and V for Vendetta, among other works.

Now, whereas an American parody of Alan Moore might use the obvious comedic device of making fun of his personal quirks — say, his worship of a snake-deity, or his anarchistic philosophy — the Spanish Alan Moore parody does ’em one better by spinning into all-out-surrealism: their Moore wears a blue bowler hat which he can move using telekinesis, at one point dons a Guy Fawkes mask, V for Vendetta style, and devours a copy of From Hell, for reasons unknown.

Mostly, we’re just excited to hear Alan Moore referred to as a “celebrity.”

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(h/t Bleeding Cool and Neil Gaiman’s Twitter)

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