Apr 11, 2016

RhoDeo 1615 Watchmen 11


Watched any great books lately? Now you can. The most celebrated graphic novel of all time that broke the conventional mold continues to break new ground. Watchmen illustrator Dave Gibbons oversees this digital version of the graphic novel that adds limited motion, voice and sound to the book's strikingly drawn panels. All 12 chapters of the story are here, nearly 5 hours spanning everything from the mysterious demise of the Comedian to the crisscrossed destinies of loosely allied superheroes to their fateful impact on the world. Be in the know. Be watching. With Watchmen: The Complete Motion Comic.... N'Joy

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A critical and commercial success, Watchmen is highly regarded in the comics industry and is frequently considered by several critics and reviewers as comics' greatest series and graphic novel. In time, the series has also become one of the best-selling graphic novels ever published. Watchmen was the only graphic novel to appear on Time's 2005 "All-Time 100 Greatest Novels" list, where Time critic Lev Grossman described the story as "a heart-pounding, heartbreaking read and a watershed in the evolution of a young medium." It later appeared on Time's 2009 "Top 10 Graphic Novels" list, where Grossman further praised Watchmen, proclaiming "It’s way beyond cliché at this point to call Watchmen the greatest superhero comic ever written-slash-drawn.

The Watchmen: Motion Comic is a 2008 American animated short film series of motion comics for web and television based on the DC comic book series Watchmen, written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Dave Gibbons. The series consists of twelve abridged 25–30 minute segments, each based on and sharing a name with one of the twelve chapters of the book. Both male and female characters are voiced by actor Tom Stechschulte. It was released on DVD in March 2009 to coincide with the Watchmen movie’s release.

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In October 1985, during the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and on the eve of nuclear war, a depressed Rorschach, one of several outlawed vigilante superheroes, begins to investigate why all former masked superheroes are either dead or have declined. When another one of his former colleagues is murdered, the outlawed but no less determined masked vigilante Rorschach sets out to uncover a plot to kill and discredit all past and present superheroes. As he reconnects with his former crime-fighting legion--a disbanded group of retired superheroes, only one of whom has true powers--Rorschach glimpses a wide-ranging and disturbing conspiracy with links to their shared past and catastrophic consequences for the future.

Watchmen 11 Look on My Works, Ye Mighty...... (avi  233mb)

Watchmen 11 Look on My Works, Ye Mighty... 25:31

In Karnak, his antarctic base, Ozymandias narrates his history. When Nite Owl and Rorschach confront him, believing that he planned to start World War 3, he fights them off while explaining his plan to end the Cold War by faking an alien invasion, and reveals that his plan has already been set into motion.

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Watchmen 01 At Midnight, All the Agents... (avi  233mb)
Watchmen 02 Absent Friends... (avi  233mb)
Watchmen 03 The Judge of All the Earth... (avi  233mb)
Watchmen 04 Watchmaker... (avi  233mb)
Watchmen 05 Fearful Symmetry... (avi  233mb)
Watchmen 06 The Abyss Gazes Also... (avi  233mb)
Watchmen 07 A Brother to Dragons... (avi  233mb)
Watchmen 08 Old Ghosts... (avi  233mb)
Watchmen 09 The Darkness of Mere Being... (avi  233mb)
Watchmen 10 Two Riders Were Approaching... (avi  233mb)

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