EXPLORE Watchmen

Jason and Aaron from A Comic Shop are back with an epilogue of Ideology, and a call for your questions about what they do
While Zack Snyder is bringing the Watchmen to film, Clay Enos is turning them into still-life icons in Watchmen: Portraits
DC Comics has announced a program to aid retailers in capitalizing on a possible increased number of readers due to the coming Watchmen film
Dynamite Entertainment has provided Newsarama with a first look at Dave Gibbons' cover to March's The Boys #28 by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson
This month's WonderCon will see Watchmen, Terminator, Chuck and much more as Hollywood moves north for the weekend
Perhaps the hottest ticket of the NYCC 2009 weekend, Warer Bros. unspooled preview footage from Watchmen & Terminator
Warner Bros has released the final poster for Watchmen, due in theaters on March 6th
John Siuntres sits down with Jake Hughes, the developer behind the animation process used to bring Watchmen to Warner Premiere Motion Comics
The music that will make Watchmen sing will be collected and released 3 days before the film in two collections
Titan Books has provided Newsarama with a look inside February's Watchmen: The Art of the Film - Adam Hughes concept art for Nite Owl
Sure, Iron Man, Dark Knight, Hellboy and Hulk helped the box office, but they pale in comparison to what's coming up
Fox and Warner Bros. have come to an agreement over Watchmen in a deal which sees Fox get cash and a portion of the box office
Obama and Spider-Man meet today in the pages of Spidey's comic. We look at other notable real-world/ comics x-overs
Citing sources familiar with the negotiations, The Hollywood Reporter says that Fox and Warners are close to reaching a settlement
Diamond has released more year-end sales charts and market share data for 2008 in the comic book Direct Market
Marvel dominated the Top Ten monthly comics sold for 2008 while DC Comics owned the Top Ten graphic novels sold through Diamond
Attorneys for Fox and Warner Bros. have described talks between the studios as "fruitful" as they battle over rights
Producers Larry Gordon and Lloyd Levin have issued their own respective statements about the Watchmen legal battle between Fox and Warner Bros