Back Issues [Watchmen Wednesday]: Doomsday Clock

To celebrate the fact that I finally got around to reading Doomsday Clock (Johns, et al, 2017 to 2019), DC Comic’s official sequel to the seminal Watchmen (Moore, et al, 1986 to 1987), I’ve dedicated every Wednesday of this month to Alan Moore’s influential maxiseries. Published: 22 November 2017 to 18 December 2019Writer: Geoff JohnsArtist: … Continue reading Back Issues [Watchmen Wednesday]: Doomsday Clock

What’s on the Box? [Watchmen Wednesday]: Watchmen

To celebrate the fact that I finally got around to reading Doomsday Clock (Johns, et al, 2017 to 2019), DC Comic’s official sequel to the seminal Watchmen (Moore, et al, 1986 to 1987), I’ve been dedicating every Wednesday of this month to Alan Moore’s influential maxiseries. Air Date: 20 October to 15 December 2019UK Network: … Continue reading What’s on the Box? [Watchmen Wednesday]: Watchmen

Talking Movies [Watchmen Wednesday]: Watchmen: The Ultimate Cut

To celebrate the fact that I finally got around to reading Doomsday Clock (Johns, et al, 2017 to 2019), DC Comic’s official sequel to the seminal Watchmen (Moore, et al, 1986 to 1987), I’ve been dedicating every Wednesday of this month to Alan Moore’s influential maxiseries. Released: 3 November 2009Originally Released: 6 March 2009Director: Zack … Continue reading Talking Movies [Watchmen Wednesday]: Watchmen: The Ultimate Cut

Back Issues [Watchmen Wednesday]: Watchmen

To celebrate the fact that I finally got around to reading Doomsday Clock (Johns, et al, 2017 to 2019), DC Comic’s official sequel to the seminal Watchmen (Moore, et al, 1986 to 1987), I’m dedicating every Wednesday of this month to Alan Moore’s influential maxiseries. The Introduction:Usually, my Back Issues articles are a little more … Continue reading Back Issues [Watchmen Wednesday]: Watchmen

10 FTW: Comic Book Crossovers We Need To See

If there’s one thing comic books allow, it’s the grandiose crossover between characters. Ever since Barry Allen met Jay Garrick all the way back in 1961 and introduced the idea of multiple parallel universes, comic book characters have existed in both isolated shared universes and travelled across a near infinite multiverse. DC and Marvel have … Continue reading 10 FTW: Comic Book Crossovers We Need To See