Watchmen: The Complete Motion Comic (2009)

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Alan Moore's WATCHMEN is given sound and movement in this video version of the critically acclaimed comic book. Under the supervision of original illustrator Dave Gibbons, the 12-chapter series has voice actors translating the comic's dialogue balloons into speech, while digital zooms, pans, and some animation effects take viewers further inside the story than ever before. First distributed on iTunes, and scheduled for DVD release just days before the 2009 feature film by Zach Snyder, WATCHMEN - Motion Comics offers a helpful intro to Alan Moore's dystopian world of dark superheroes. Set in a 1980s-era America where masked heroes have their talents banned, the sprawling story begins when someone starts taking down the former heroes one by one--and a mysterious character named Rorschach begins to investigate.

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The overall effect is much like having someone read the graphic novel to you: in this case, with pictures to complete the package.

Mar 2, 2009 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…

a very satisfying experience

Mar 2, 2009 | Rating: 4/5

Regardless of how the live-action movie turns out, this DVD may actually be the definitive screen version of the story.

Mar 1, 2009 | Full Review…

...different, to say the least, and not for everyone; but there is no denying the movie is endlessly fascinating.

Feb 26, 2009 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

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