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“They run...I like it when they run.” And don’t miss the latest chapter of the CRIMSON CORSAIR backup epic from writer LEN WEIN and artist JOHN HIGGINS!

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It Has To Matter. 0

J. Michael Straczynski is surprising me more and more as I continue to read this comic. When I was first introduced to Watchmen, Daniel Dreiberg was my least favorite character in the entire lineup. I felt he was whiny, and he felt so out of place in the dark and gritty universe that Watchmen seemed to be set up in. What Straczynski has done though is taken a character that I did not like, and made him my favorite Watchmen character. He’s close to surpassing Rorschach (whose own comic I have not...

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Nite Owl & Rorschach 0

This has too be my favourite issue of Before The Watchmen so far and I really like how Andy Kubert's pencils work with Jo Kubert's inks (who's have thought). Staczynski is also back on for with this series after IMO a disappointing Supeman and Wonder Woman run.This issue sees Nite Owl and Rorschach team up initially chasing a bunch of thugs and stumbling in on a woman dominatrix and Rorschach lunges calling her a "slut" and "whore" Nite Owl throws Rorschach to one side and apologises to Rorschac...

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