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NYCC: Watchmen Figures Debut

Warner Bros. teases us with less than a year to go.

By Robert T. Trate     April 21, 2008

Rorschach 1.6 Scale Deluxe figure
© Robert Trate

The tentative date for the Watchmen, March 9, 2009, is over a year away. There is still plenty of hype to be built at both the San Diego Comic Con and another New York Comic Con. Warner Brothers and DC Direct started early by unveiling their first series of action figures and busts.

The Series 1 Watchmen action figure line includes: Rorschach (played by Jackie Earle Haley), a Modern version of the Silk Spectre (played by  Malin Akerman), a modern version of The Nite Owl (played by Patrick Wilson), and Ozymandias (played by Matthew Goode).

Watchmen Series 1 Rorschach

Watchmen Series 1 Silk Spectre II

Watchmen Series 1 Nite Owl

Watchmen Series 1 Ozymandias

Warner Brothers and DC Direct also unveiled their first bust and deluxe action figure for Watchmen.


Watchmen Deluxe Figure of Rorschach

Watchmen Bust of Rorschach

Keep checking in for all of my coverage at the New York Comic Con. Check out the Watchmen movie website for all the latest information on the film.


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voorhee 4/21/2008 5:41:31 AM
Pretty cool, but no Dr. Manhattan?
darkheart00 4/21/2008 8:00:09 AM
Deluxe Rorschach will have a place of honor next to my computer monitor. Looks sweet.
gauleyboy420 4/21/2008 9:39:08 AM
Those are some damn fine lookin toys there....Nite Owl needs more of a gut, but otherwise damn fine.
poltergeist 4/21/2008 12:31:51 PM
I agree with Gauleyboy. Nite Owl is a bit too much in shape. I still like its figurine, nonetheless. Oh, BTW, March 9, 2009 is UNDER a year away (less than 11 month). I know, I throw a party each 9th of the month to celebrate the closing ;)
laforcer69@yahoo.com_home 4/22/2008 12:24:04 PM
o.k. I will bite...What's the deal with March 9? Is it your birthday? or was it the day you first slipped it into some warm, wet female flesh? or could it be you learned that the Spring Fairy was a myth? All valid questions you know, or maybe not, so what's the deal with that date? Please inform this uniformed semi solid geek...
poltergeist 4/23/2008 11:29:12 PM
The answer is in the first sentence of the article.


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