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from watchmen. didn't enjoy the movie as much as I thought I would, being a fan of the comicbooks.

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Awesome

Had nothing too say about it, just digged !

No Kidding....

This drawing is SPECTACULAR!! It's as if the blots in Rorschach's mask evolve into a complete portrait of the vigilante in all his mystery and fury. I guess you could say I appreciate Watchmen. Hell, if you want proof, just look at my NG icon that I've had for some time now.... I'm more of a Manhattan fan myself, but Rorschach pulls a close second, as they are the two I relate to the most. As for the movie, my friends had to ask me to leave the room so I would stop yelling at the movie screen to "be as good as the book!" Unfortunately, it wasn't even close... they probably shouldn't have made a movie out of this one.... Anyway, the piece of art is a spectacle for this site, as it represents how Walter Kovacs truly was the Rorschach blots that covered his face. Definitely a favorite of mine!!!!

Amazing

This is fantastic. Probably the best subject and execution I've seen in fanart for some time. Also, if you didn't like the movie, watch the Director's Cut. It's not perfect, but it fills a lot of holes.

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J-o-a-n
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Aug 26, 2009
5:12 PM EDT
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  • Daily 3rd Place August 27, 2009

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