Enormous and highly interesting transcript of an interview with comic book/graphic novel writer Alan Moore. I'm about 1/3rd through it. Some pretty massive spoilers for Watchmen, Lost Girls and V for Vendetta, so far. I'm guessing probably a lot of other pieces.
Moore is crazy in a really interesting way. He has an advanced and completely off-the-wall cosmology and worldview (it revolves around the idea of language as a sort of magic putting you in touch with a Platonic shared "idea space" which humans tap into, where life-forms are just condensed ideas in some sense) which is completely fictional - something he would be the first to admit - but still works and enables him to function in the world and be prolifically creative and artistically successful. It seems to function as an understanding of the world, despite leading to some very poor fashion choices. In my book, that's not just as good as being true, it's the same thing.
Anyway, his philosophy is expounded on at great length in the Promethea series which I should warn you is only for the specially interested, but also does some things with the comic book form that are astounding. The short version can be found in this immense and very interesting interview.