The most critically lauded graphic novel of all time is getting a set a prequel series this summer. Whether that’s a good thing or a bad thing will ultimately lie within the pages of the series. Retcon Punch will be there with snarky remarks and unfair comparisons to the original every step of the way. This is the nerve center for reviews and write-ups of every single issue of each of the mini-series, plus anything else we write related to Watchmen.
Minutemen – (6 issues) Writer and Artist: Darwyn Cooke
Silk Spectre – (4 issues) Writers: Darywn Cooke and Amanda Conner; Artist: Amanda Conner
Comedian – (6 issues) Writer: Brian Azzarello; Artist: J.G. Jones
Nite Owl – (4 issues) Writer: J. Michael Straczynski; Artist Joe Kubert and Andy Kubert
Ozymandias - (6 issues) Writer: Len Wein, Artist: Jae Lee
Rorschach (4 issues) Writer: Brian Azzarello; Artist: Lee Bermejo
Dr. Manhattan – (4 issues) Writer: J. Michael Straczynski; Artist: Adam Hughes
Moloch – (2 issues) Writer: J. Michael Straczynski; Artist: Eduaro Risso
Dollar Bill – (1 issue) Writer: Len Wein; Artist: Steve Rude
The Curse of the Crimson Corsair - (35 issues) By: Len Wein and John Higgins
Note: This pirate-themed back-up story runs for 2 pages at the end of every single issue.
We will be discussing it every 6 issues. (Editor’s Note: Beyond trashing the concept, it’s borderline impossible to finds something to say about this story until it’s concluded.)
Epilogue - (one-shot)
Release date – ??? – Patrick is of the opinion that this thing doesn’t exist anymore. If anything changes that opinion, we’ll let you know.