EXPLORE Watchmen

The premium cable channel confirms discussions on a new tv series with the WATCHMEN director.
IDW is hosting its annual NYCC panel, featuring all-new announcements and Darwyn Cooke, Chris Ryall, Dirk Wood and Scott Dunbier!
We take a look at the big summer promised from TITAN COMICS this week, starting with RAZORJACK by John Higgins, the colorist of Watchmen.
The publishing company co-founded by Steve Niles is set to release its first books in May, including OCCUPY COMICS
Is BEFORE WATCHMEN over when the current series run their course? JMS sure thinks so.
Eduardo Risso talks Before Watchmen: Moloch and why comics are so popular in Argentina.
It's day-of reviews of the eventful AVENGERS VS. X-MEN #11, along with BEFORE WATCHMEN: THE COMEDIAN and WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN
It's a pair of day-of-release reviews, getting very different reactions: BEFORE WATCHMEN: MINUTEMEN #3 and AVX: VS #5
The countdown you knew was coming: Here's the performances we're not so hot on. Prepare your outrage now.
DC's hotly contested WATCHMEN prequel begins with Darwyn Cooke's BEFORE WATCHMEN: MINUTEMEN #1 - review here
The very fact that DC's WATCHMEN prequel exists is pretty surprising, but here's what raised our eyebrows
Site Editor Lucas Siegel is excited about the BEFORE WATCHMEN project, and tells you why you should give it a chance, too.
The Before Watchmen creators are talking across the internet, and we have their first bits of information, and covers, here.
Following rampant leaks and speculation, DC has officially announces plans for seven WATCHMEN prequel series
Chris Arrant continues to look to the future, with his picks of 10 comic book series poised to pique interest
What 10 characters are the ones to watch in the new year from Marvel, DC, and beyond? Here are Chris Arrant's picks
The "Pop-Sequentialism" exhibit at the La Luz de Jesus Gallery toasts collaboration in modern mainstream comic books
Watchmen, Maus, Dark Knight, birth of Dark Horse Comics, Daredevil Born Again, Mutant Massacre... yup, 1986 was a BIG year for Comics, maybe the bi...