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Creators: For Halloween, Audible.com is offering a free, spooky short story written and read by Neil Gaiman himself.
Movies: Man of Steel director Zack Snyder is remaining tight-lipped regarding just what the movie is about, and is hesitant to talk about a sequel so as to not "curse anything."
Video: If you're scrambling at the
DC announced several new comics at this weekend's Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo, but the project that seemed to be getting the biggest promotional push -- with a viral marketing campaign, new preview art and even news of TV advertising -- was one they had already announced months ago: The controversial Before Watchmen suite of seven prequel miniseries.The publisher p
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A fabric containing viscous fluids between two layers of latex that's heat and pressure sensitive may not be any closer to becoming a fashion trend in our world as it was in Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' Watchmen, but for cosplayers trying to pull off Rorschach's unique ink-shifting mask, YouTube user guinness0507's impressive su
Barack Obama and Rorschach aren't the likeliest of allies.
One is the President of the United States, and the other is a sociopathic masked vigilante. One campaigned for hope, the other instilled fear. We haven't
Zack Snyder's movie adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' "Watchmen" may polarize fans until the end of days, but few can deny the the nerd chills they got watching Jackie Earle Haley's portrayal of Rorschach
-- This "Cheap Thrills" print from artist Drew Friedman rocks: Janis Joplin meets Robert Crumb at a fictitious gathering backstage at the Filmore.
-- It wouldn't be a Link Ink without a chuckle-inducing