What's in the Box?; The Curse of the Crimson Corsair: The Evil That Men Do, Part Two last edited by nero999 on 07/31/22 12:38AM View full history

    For Dr. Manhattan, past, present, and future are one and the same. But as he observes the events of his life, do they remain the same? Or are they changed? The very fact of his existence may have altered the nature of what will or will not be...

    Note: Though listed in the solicit, Len Wein did not write the Crimson Corsair backup, instead, it was written by artist John Higgins.


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    This issue was amazing and my second favourite issue in this whole series today (behind Rorschach). It is amazingly written by Staczynski and beautiful art from Adam Hughes. Straczynski has really tackled the big guy well as I thought he'd be one of the harder to do, but what I think makes this character written better than the likes of Ozymandias is that he has not been made too complexed or given too many big words, he just feels the exact same as he did in the original series or film.This iss...

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    For Dr. Manhattan’s opening issue, J. Michael Straczynski bravely decides not tell or trade war stories or early crime fighting exploits but instead, chooses to explore the extraordinarily, complex mind of the great, blue demigod. Always going to be one of the more challenging Watchmen characters to write, he tackles heavy themes and challenging concepts. Is this a comprehensive, exploration for one of comic’s most morally debated characters or do all these ideas simply clash in one big, great b...

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