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The Comedian, Leah Moore and more online

A roundup of WATCHMEN interviews and downloads on the web

By Rob M. Worley     November 03, 2008
Source: Various

Watchmen Comedian Wallpaper
© Warner Bros.

We've got a couple of new 'Watchmen' items to alert you to today:

Dave Gibbons intervew

Our own Tim Janson sits down with 'Watchmen' co-creator Dave Gibbons to talk about his new book "Watching the Watchmen".

Don't miss it!

Official Website Update

The official website for the movie now has a page devoted to the character The Comedian, including his brief biography, a downloadable wallpaper and Buddy icons.

Bios for the remaining chararacters are coming soon.

Click through to the official website for your Comedian goodies...

Leah Moore interview chats with writer Leah Moore, who also happens to be the daughter of 'Watchmen' creator Alan Moore.

The interview has many interesting and insightful remarks, such as this one:

"I saw the trailer on YouTube and it looks visually impressive, very close to Dave’s artwork. I saw it in the cinema the other day and it was really weird to see all that stuff up on the big screen. It feels like Watchmen was a part of my childhood, and now it’s up there really bright and loud and everyone can see it suddenly. Imagine someone suddenly doing a feature film about the random objects in your parent’s living room from when you were small, and you get close to how surreal it is.

"I will go and see it certainly, out of curiosity and to see if it was done as well as everyone hopes, or as badly as everyone fears.

"I suspect it will end up mysteriously in the middle of the two like V for Vendetta. V was very like Dave Lloyd’s drawings and was very thrilling to watch, but left me feeling all weird, like they’d switched the most vital thing in the book with something else, and hoped no-one would notice.

Click through for the complete interview...


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lracors 11/3/2008 5:28:00 PM

SWEET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This film is gonna rock solid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

BunyonSnipe 11/4/2008 3:01:48 AM

Leah Moore hit the nail on the head with regard to V for Vendetta...

darkheart00 11/4/2008 4:28:40 PM

 Watchmen owns 2009 son !!!!!

Arby 11/4/2008 10:39:08 PM

I agree that V was emasculated. It's okay on it's own. The production values are high and I enjoyed it even though it can only disappoint, in some respects, those who read the graphic novel, which I did. I might have liked the screen treatment of the end better than the novel treatment, but I'm not sure since the novel has faded from my memory. (Who didn't like that knife throwing showdown scene?) Getting older might have something to do with it. But I do remember being disappointed that critical elements (the duplicate monitoring station) in the novel were not respected in the big screen translation.



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