Alan Moore deals in some of the comic book characters he's created and written for in The Killing Bluff, a painting by J.K. Woodward.
Parks and Recreation's Ron Swanson is a stern libertarian with a heart of gold and and endless appetite for bacon and eggs. Watchmen's Rorschach is a merciless objectivist who eats beans and smashes skulls. Together, the form the fearsomely deadpan vigilante Ron Sworschach.
You've seen the video of how to make a Rorschach mask. (If you haven't, it's under the cut.) How does the paint change color?
With Kick-Ass in the theaters this weekend, you may be considering superheroics as a career yourself. But wait! What kind of superhero will you be - the neighborhood champion or the deodorant-eschewing, bloodthirsty lunatic? Find out now!
The Rorschach test is a hallowed tradition in psychology, and nobody is supposed to have access to those smudges that patients project their psyches onto. But a Saskatchewan surgeon has flouted tradition, by posting all ten inkblot images to Wikipedia.
We've shown you Ponderosa's... individual take on The Dark Knight before, but now the slash artist has turned her attention to Watchmen, and revealed that never-before-known connection between Sally and Ozymandias. Yes, really. Possibly NSFW.
You've seen the posters, the many trailers and featurettes and followed the lawsuit. But with Watchmen hitting screens on Friday, you may still be wondering what it's all about. Let us try to help.
That would be Dr. Manhattan. Yes, he spends a lot of the film naked; being transformed from an everyday nuclear scientist into what is essentially a glowing blue god with powers and perspective beyond those of normal human beings tends to make you less bothered about things like "clothing," apparently.
This is kind of a trick question. In the original comic, there isn't actually a group of people who call themselves the Watchmen. The superheroes all belonged to teams called the Minutemen, named for Paul Revere's militia during the American Revolutionary War, or the Crimebusters. The comic takes its title from the…
Take a peek inside the twisted mind of beloved anti-hero Walter Kovacs, with an extended clip from Zack Snyder's Watchmen - and decide for yourself, is this the demented vigilante Rorschach I've been dreaming of?
The next Watchmen video diary is out, and it showcases all of the dohickeys and whatnots that fill up every single inch of Zack Snyder's movie. The best part of this film will be noticing all the little details and easter eggs and shouting about them. In this diary from Movie Web, you get a closer look at Rorschach's…
Zack Snyder reports that the "20 years in the making" Watchmen film is now in the can, although there's still the entire arduous process of post-production ahead. Given that master-of-space-and-time Dr. Manhattan is bright blue and nude half the time in the graphic novel, post-production is not an enviable task. We…
While Director Zack Snyder is working away feverishly to complete his live-action adaptation of Alan Moore's seminal Watchmen graphic novel, we decided to take a look at the three versions of the film's script floating around on the etherwebs. This project has had several stalled-out development attempts since 1986,…