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From Masked Avengers to Space Squids: A Short History of the
A guide to the key players from the landmark graphic novel, and the impact they could have on HBO’s new “remix” series.
’s Extremist Superhero Dystopia Succeeds on Sheer Nerve
Damon Lindelof’s follow-up series extends the landmark comic’s complex politics into an alternate present riven by racism and class anxiety.
Matt Zoller Seitz
Co-creator Dave Gibbons Says HBO Pilot Script ‘Blew Me Away’
He drew a contrast between it and its comic-book prequels and sequels.
What’s the Matter With
What will be the movie’s growly Batman voice?
Illustrator Complicit in Movie’s Changed Ending
Gibbons drew storyboards for the movie’s squid-less ending.
Samuel L. Jackson Basically Qualified to Work at Vulture
Plus: ‘Universal Soldier 3’ screenplay not up to Dolph Lundgren’s typically high standards.
‘Watchmen’ Illustrator Dave Gibbons on His New Book, the ‘Watchmen’ Movie, and Why You Won’t Even Notice That Doctor Manhattan Is Naked
’You’re not looking really at a naked man; you’re looking at a model of a naked man. I know that’s a rather fine distinction.’
Fanboys, Federal Judge Adore Early ‘Watchmen’ Footage
A 30-minute screening has critics doing the happy dance.