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I found the movie script that was written years ago: http://fourcolorheroes.home.insightbb.com/watchmenfree.html
Agreed.Rorschach said:read all writings between chapters... adds depth and background...
Rorschach said:hurm..... <eats sugar cube>..conch conch.... good book, my favorite. not too big or unwieldy... should be read at least twice to take it all in. read all writings between chapters... adds depth and background...
Bass said::lol: You're so retarded, I love ya.
ProjectX2 said:V is easier to comprehend, Watchmen is going to take multiple readings before I understand it all.
But I like them both and am glad they have both been recommended.
thee great one said:Really? I've found it the other way around.
thee great one said:I've read 2 issues.
I agree, although I'm not sure which one I liked better, Watchmen was easier to read for me rather than V. Most of both of them were straight forward (although a lot more probably becomes apparent on multiple readings) but parts of V were harder to understand than what was in Watchmen.thee great one said:Really? I've found it the other way around.
Rorschach's journal. October 6th 1985 -"... American love, like coke in green glass bottles... they don't make it anymore..." "nothing is hopeless. not while theres life..."Dr.Strangefate said:"Nothing is hopeless. Not while there's life."
Figure out who said that in Watchmen and you have one of my alltime favorite comic book characters...
Watchmen is fantastic.
I think it beats out V because of the plot structure... no panel was wasted in Watchmen, everything builds up towards a single ending, and once you can see it all come together, it blows the mind.
V is intricate, but not nearly as much as Watchmen.
Yeah, that wasn't the best way to do it.ProjectX2 said:Watchmen was much more complex, probably because I was trying to catch every hint etc. on my first read.