Steve Moore (11 June 1949 – 16 March 2014) was a British comics writer. Moore was credited with showing writer Alan Moore (no relation), then a struggling cartoonist, how to write comic scripts. His career has subsequently been quite closely linked with the more famous Moore – the pair collaborated under pseudonyms (Steve's pseudonym was "Pedro Henry", Alan's was "Curt Vile") on strips for Sounds magazine, including one which introduced the character Axel Pressbutton, who was later to feature in the Warrior anthology comic, as well as a standalone series published by Eclipse Comics.

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  • Steve Moore (11 June 1949 – 16 March 2014) was a British comics writer. Moore was credited with showing writer Alan Moore (no relation), then a struggling cartoonist, how to write comic scripts. His career has subsequently been quite closely linked with the more famous Moore – the pair collaborated under pseudonyms (Steve's pseudonym was "Pedro Henry", Alan's was "Curt Vile") on strips for Sounds magazine, including one which introduced the character Axel Pressbutton, who was later to feature in the Warrior anthology comic, as well as a standalone series published by Eclipse Comics. (en)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Steve Moore (homonymie). Steve Moore (né le 11 juin 1949, mort le 16 mars 2014) est un scénariste britannique de comics. Il est notamment l'auteur de Hercule : Les Guerres thraces avec Admira Wijaya. (fr)
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  • Steve Moore (11 June 1949 – 16 March 2014) was a British comics writer. Moore was credited with showing writer Alan Moore (no relation), then a struggling cartoonist, how to write comic scripts. His career has subsequently been quite closely linked with the more famous Moore – the pair collaborated under pseudonyms (Steve's pseudonym was "Pedro Henry", Alan's was "Curt Vile") on strips for Sounds magazine, including one which introduced the character Axel Pressbutton, who was later to feature in the Warrior anthology comic, as well as a standalone series published by Eclipse Comics. (en)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Steve Moore (homonymie). Steve Moore (né le 11 juin 1949, mort le 16 mars 2014) est un scénariste britannique de comics. Il est notamment l'auteur de Hercule : Les Guerres thraces avec Admira Wijaya. (fr)
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