see that's a take on two face that i never liked- a criminal (who steals, leads a gang, etc).
i think two face works much better as a lone wolf who hunts down criminals and kills them in his own twisted sense of justice- a murderous vigilante.
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i've had it since freshman year of high school (I'm going to be a college junior), and it has served me well- ridiculously long battery life (i call lots of people, and it lasts...
batman did NOT say his name was jarvis tetch. some fanboy is making things up based on what his brain wanted him to hear. batman DID say his name was "Schiff, Thomas."
thats what i picked up all three times seeing it.
it doesnt spoil.
it just points out references to history and culture, and instances of foreshadowing without telling you WHAT exactly it is foreshadowing, but just what chapter it foreshadows.
it sounds like a silly beat-em-up, where rorschach kills too many, and goes on a "violence orgy killing fest" because thats what the producers think the gamers will like... but that misses the point- rorschach in the book is typically only violent out of necessity, or when he gets angry- not all...
fearful symmetry is chapter 5.
4 is the one explaining the origin of dr. manhattan, i think. i can understand your feeling it drags... its about how god came to be on earth, more or less, and about how he loses his humanity
the chapter called fearful symmetry is something else- the first panel is a mirror of the last, the second of the second last, all the way to the middle of the book, which is an action shot of adrian veidt.
also keep an eye out for clocks, various things in the shape of a smiley face with the...