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HammerTime

Member Since: Sun Jan 07, 2018
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D. Strange

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Subj: Re: Doomsday Clock #3: Disappointing chapter but good art. The Terrifics backup was more interesting.
Posted: Sat Jan 27, 2018 at 01:18:19 pm EST (Viewed 78 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Doomsday Clock #3: Disappointing chapter but good art. The Terrifics backup was more interesting.
Posted: Sat Jan 27, 2018 at 05:58:54 am EST (Viewed 89 times)



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    Aside from the fact that Batman's actions were incredibly uncool, not only committing a non-family member against their will with no trial or even paperwork, decompression is killing this story.



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    Nothing in the book is bad, it is just that there should be more in the book.



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    The waste of space and panels is incredibly annoying.



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    I do like the idea of this film noir being a sort of Black freighter to the new series. Of course, if it works... well, that is to be seen.



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    I liked the back up feature about the actor. Even if I'm pretty sure that the whole clock thing is supposed to be a red haring.



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    I can't believe this is going to be delayed 7 months. Maybe if they were more economical with their panels and words it wouldn't need to be.



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    Did anyone else get a feeling that the ending cliffhanger was though up early, and they struggled to pad enough in to make it enough pages?


Yeah, Batman's actions were an unpleasant WTF moment, but more than this, I felt that Rorschach's and Batman's relationship should have been written as mutually necessary but emotionally detached, as far apart as Daredevil's and Punisher's. Before Batman jailed him, it seemed like he and Batman were on a path to being good buddies. I don't see the real Rorschach being so trusting this early - his only real buddy was Daniel but even that got rocky due to their differences. Rorschach should be portrayed as a badass, not some watered down character to support someone mainstream like Batman and be like, Hey let's be friends. Them walking together and talking like pals, way too soon and it just felt outside of Rorschach's character.



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