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Part one of a fan’s Watchmen character origin series. The premier episode uses panels from the Watchmen chapter “The Abyss Gazes Also” to tell the story of Walter Kovac’s transformation into Rorschach. And this site got a shoutout in the intro!
This is a very well made CG fan trailer that focuses on the smiley badge’s journey from Eddie Blake’s apartment to the pavement below. It would have been perfect, but its creator forgot to add the all important blood stain. Oops.
This video is quite bizarre on many levels. It’s not really that good, but for what it lacks in quality, it makes up for in sheer creativity and over use of fingerpaint. I hope it was worth ruining what seemed to be a perfectly good globe.
Here is a CG animated title sequence starring our old friend the smiley badge and lots of blood. What I don’t get is who those people are in the credits or why it ends with “March 2008.” How do you say “hurm” in portuguese? Querm?
Here’s another one for the “hurm” file. It’s a trailer for something coming out in March 2008. Trouble is, I’m not really sure what that something is. It’s either a fan film reproducing chapter five of the Watchmen story, or the latest Beastie Boys video.
It’s another comic book panel montage, but with manips of the movie actors as their characters as well. Watch for the pretty decent mockup of Malin Ackerman as Silk Spectre while you jam to “Every Breath You Take” by the Police.
This is the most poorly made, badly acted, ill conceived, and sophomoric Watchmen related fan film I have seen in a long time. That being said, every adolescent fiber of my being is tingling with delight at how freakin’ funny a video this is. Heh, heh.