What's the Difference between V for Vendetta the Graphic Novel and V for Vendetta the Movie?


V for Vendetta

Released: 1982
Author: Alan Moore

V for Vendetta

Released: 2006
Director: James McTeigue
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Portrayed by: Hugo Weaving
Evey Hammond
Evey Hammond
Portrayed by: Natalie Portman
Adam Susan
Adam Sutler
Portrayed by: John Hurt
Eric Finch
Eric Finch
Portrayed by: Stephen Rea
V for Vendetta Graphic Novel vs Movie
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In the Graphic Novel In the Movie
   The political battle is the Fascist government versus the Anarchy that is represented by V. It is the Neo-Conservative government versus Liberalism represented by V.
   Both sides do bad things. The government as well as V are violent. It is more good guys(V) versus bad guys(government).
   V wears a number of different costumes. His mask even changes. He only wears the black outfit with the Guy Fawkes mask.
   V removes his mask voluntarily and shows Surridge his face before she dies. No one ever sees his face.
   The fascist government is elected legally and kept in power through the general apathy of the public. The "St. Mary's virus," a biological weapon engineered and released by the Norsefire party as a means of clandestinely gaining control over their own country.
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