Damon Lindelof took to Instagram with an explanation for his upcoming HBO Watchmen television series. And he’s never stirred a pot as furiously boiled over as the Watchmen pot!
“Time keeps on slipping, slipping, slipping, into the future.” That’s what Steve Miller expertly told us, in the 1976 Steve Miller Band mellow release titled “Fly Like An Eagle”. The … Continue reading Tick. Tick. Tick. Goes The “Doomsday Clock #1” On The Wednesday Run
With this week’s announcement of the forthcoming Watchmen Prequels came a wide variety of reactions from fans. Our own J.P. perhaps said it best in Everything is Eventual, a solid look at this … Continue reading Watchmen Prequels: Your Reactions
You don’t get blockbuster, earth-shattering, bombshell news in the comic book business very often. No, the industry saves that kind of excitement for the interior pages of their various superhero … Continue reading Everything’s Eventual. Even Watchmen Sequels…Er…Prequels
Let’s make this point clear right away: There shouldn’t be any prequels or sequels to Watchmen. The seminal work by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons was originally released as a … Continue reading Who watches out for Watchmen 2?
Since the release of Superman: The Motion Picture in 1978, when comic book properties have been turned into blockbuster films, they end up telling the same story. In order to … Continue reading Countdown to X-Men Origins: Wolverine – JMT’s Take: The Antidote for Yet Another Disappointing Comic Movie
This weekend Watchmen dropped down the box office chart again, and still hasn’t made its way past the $100 million mark. No doubt it will eventually make back the investment … Continue reading Watchmen Expanded: Andy B Reviews Tales Of The Black Freighter and Under The Hood
I work in a recording studio for the blind, where we transcribe the printed page into audio books. With the recent release of the film Watchmen, I’ve been reminiscing about … Continue reading Who Hears The Watchmen? Canker Canison on transcribing the classic graphic novel
“Some analysts are predicting a softer opening between $50 – $65 million. I wouldn’t be surprised if they are right, but I’m going to be a little more liberal.” – … Continue reading Scotty G’s Box Office Wrap-Up
The first event motion picture of 2009 is released this weekend. Watchmen debuts with very high expectations, and I’m sure Warner Bros. and Paramount are expecting an opening even higher … Continue reading Scotty G’s Box Office Prediction – Weekend of March 6/09
Watchmen’s fans are legion; though, so are some of its critics. What is agreed, however, is the effect the book had on comic books as a genre and an art … Continue reading Heroes Imperfect: Ogmios looks at Flawed Superheroes
Would you believe me if I told you that I, a fairly geeky comic book fella, only read Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon’s opus Watchmen within the last 5 or … Continue reading Andy B’s Take: Watchmen Works For Me – Pretty Much