1. pinkbubblesgoape

    What reading order do you suggest for Watchmen?

    Original comic universe
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    Alan Moore vs Hollywood - who is right?

    Tonight, on a whim, I decided to watch V for Vendetta. I love the comic but I really love the movie, as much of an anathema as that may be to comic purists. It's one of my favorites. We've discussed the "ethics" (for lack of a better term) of "Hollywood"'s (for lack of a better term) movie...
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    Before Watchmen - discussion, speculation, rumours, and spoilers

    I don't know how much stock can be put in this, but it's astounding to think someone would commit artistic suicide and be part of this:
  4. ProjectX2

    DC Comics Announces Watchmen Sequel!

    The article can be found here. So... holy ****. :shock:
  5. ProjectX2

    Watchmen film discussion (Spoilers!)

    I just got back from Watchmen. I don't really know what to say so I'm just going to ramble for a bit. I wasn't really excited for this movie. It's a brilliant graphic novel but what was the point of adapting a story that was already perfected in comics? But of course, Hollywood is running out...
  6. Gemini

    Watchmen: The Video Game (no seriously) Whats next? Watchmen babies?
  7. ProjectX2

    Grant Morrison Wrote Watchmen You learn something new every day. :lol:
  8. ourchair

    Rorschach Psychoanalysis (some Watchmen spoilers)

    As promised, here is the Rorschach Psychoanalysis I co-wrote with a friend at about the same time I wrote the Doom Psychoanalysis. “From Rorschach’s journal. October 12th, 1985. The streets are extended gutters and the gutters are full of blood and when the drains finally scab over, all...
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    Watchmen by Alan Moore (NO spoilers)

    Finally picked up Alan Moore's Watchmen. I'm pretty excited to get into it, the way I've seen som of you guys rave about it...
  10. Ricky

    Watchmen (Spoilers)

    Watchmen Author: Allen Moore Artist: Dave Gibbons leaving the world of black and white behind Watchmen is one of those few books, that have changed the whole medium. Watchmen and The Dark Knight Returns are probably the forefathers of the grim'n gritty era of the ninties. Both left...