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Tuesday, October 13, 2009
If you haven’t read the graphic novel Watchmen (or, for that matter, seen its movie adaptation), the following panels won’t make much sense to you. However, this shouldn’t stop you from enjoying Rorschach‘s thoughts, which appear throughout the novel as entries into his journal. A little background for these panels for those who do not know: Edward Blake/The Comedian has been mysteriously murdered. Rorschach is quietly visiting his grave after his funeral, reflecting on Blake’s life and personality and thinking of other “superheroes” like Blake and himself.
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