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Watchmen - Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons
Watchmen
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It all begins with the paranoid delusions of a half-insane hero called Rorschach. But is Rorschach really insane or has he in fact uncovered a plot to murder super-heroes and, even worse, millions of innocent civilians? On the run from the law, Rorschach reunites with his former teammates in a... show more
It all begins with the paranoid delusions of a half-insane hero called Rorschach. But is Rorschach really insane or has he in fact uncovered a plot to murder super-heroes and, even worse, millions of innocent civilians? On the run from the law, Rorschach reunites with his former teammates in a desperate attempt to save the world and their lives, but what they uncover will shock them to their very core and change the face of the planet! Following two generations of masked superheroes from the close of World War II to the icy shadow of the Cold War comes this groundbreaking comic story — the story of The Watchmen.  

źródło opisu: DC Comics, 1995
źródło okładki: http://www.dccomics.com/dcu/graphic_novels/?gn=1462
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Format: papier
ISBN: 0930289234
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 334
Edition language: English
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Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it
4.0 Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes
I gave this four stars, but my feelings about this book are difficult to coalesce down to a simple numeric rating. I read this with my Readings in the Graphic Novel course, and I agree that it is seminal graphic novel/comic reading. However, there are some things about this book that I didn't care f...
Kell's Reading Realm
Kell's Reading Realm rated it
1.0 Watchmen
Not my cup of tea at all.
Wanda's Book Reviews
Wanda's Book Reviews rated it
3.0 Watchmen / Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons
A formative volume in the history of the graphic novel. My impression is that Watchmen is the title that took the genre from being the lowly comic book and elevated it to the graphic novel level, garnering more respect for the illustrated story. As a child, I read stacks of comic books—Batman, Sup...
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it
4.0 Watchmen
This isn't the best story ever to me, but the depth is amazing. Every person who reads it is sure to see a different angle. Many things are going on, lots of side stories, metaphors galore, symbolism, connections. There's so much here, a person could fall inside and get lost if not careful. This...
Listening to the Silence
Listening to the Silence rated it
3.0
There is a reason why this is one of the most well-known and loved graphic novels on the market. Aside from the brilliant artistic renderings, this clearly a prime example of what happens to the comic book when it grows up. It is both mature in content and very intelligent. The author and illustrat...
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