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  • Mohana Shivashankar

    Watchmen (1986-87) is a 12-issue comic book series by Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons, and John Higgins. Featuring Rorschach, Nite Owl, The Comedian, Doctor Manhattan, Silk Spectre, and Ozymandias, it is a dark superhero-based dystopian novel with political overtones. Set toward the end of Cold War, the series takes a long and hard look at human attitudes to government and vigilantism.

  • SuzieQ Sharky

    Watchmen is a twelve-issue comic book limited series created by writer Alan Moore, artist Dave Gibbons, and colourist John Higgins. The series was published by DC Comics during 1986 and 1987.

  • Scott Byrd

    Graphic novel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • Brittany Beachy

    The Watchmen (DC Comics) - Although I liked the movie, the graphic novel is much better.

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