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Who is your favorite Watchmen character?
Rorschach (Walter Kovacs) 49%  49%  [ 109 ]
Dr. Manhattan (Jon Osterman) 11%  11%  [ 25 ]
Nite-Owl (Dan Dreiberg) 11%  11%  [ 24 ]
The Silk Spectre (Laurie Juspeczyk) 2%  2%  [ 4 ]
Ozymandias (Adrian Vedit) 7%  7%  [ 16 ]
The Comedian (Edward Blake) 15%  15%  [ 34 ]
Sally Jupiter 0%  0%  [ 1 ]
Hollis Mason 1%  1%  [ 3 ]
Dr. Malcolm Long 1%  1%  [ 3 ]
Other 2%  2%  [ 4 ]
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I like background character #232, played in the film adaptation by Mr. Ex with an unmatched emotional vigor the likes of which has never before been seen in the art of cinema.

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I like background character #232, played in the film adaptation by Mr. Ex with an unmatched emotional vigor the likes of which has never before been seen in the art of cinema.


I kind of enjoy how long after the movie came out you made this post

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Godziller66 wrote:
I like background character #232, played in the film adaptation by Mr. Ex with an unmatched emotional vigor the likes of which has never before been seen in the art of cinema.


I kind of enjoy how long after the movie came out you made this post

His is a subtle performance which can only be fully appreciated over time and multiple viewings.

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Godziller66 wrote:
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Godziller66 wrote:
I like background character #232, played in the film adaptation by Mr. Ex with an unmatched emotional vigor the likes of which has never before been seen in the art of cinema.


I kind of enjoy how long after the movie came out you made this post

His is a subtle performance which can only be fully appreciated over time and multiple viewings.


do you mean the one on the phone while bernie is selling his newspaper?


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Godziller66 wrote:
I like background character #232, played in the film adaptation by Mr. Ex with an unmatched emotional vigor the likes of which has never before been seen in the art of cinema.


I kind of enjoy how long after the movie came out you made this post

His is a subtle performance which can only be fully appreciated over time and multiple viewings.


do you mean the one on the phone while bernie is selling his newspaper?

Among other great scenes.

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It was the Academy's gravest error in their long history to deny the actor even an Oscar nom.

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it was tying it into the rape-revenge stories and making light of a verys erious sub-genre that kind of offended me.


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It was the Academy's gravest error in their long history to deny the actor even an Oscar nom.


nah, malin ackerman was better

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It was the Academy's gravest error in their long history to deny the actor even an Oscar nom.


nah, malin ackerman was better

i think its uber fuckin funny how you were being sarcastic about that.

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AvatarIII wrote:
AYBGerrardo wrote:
It was the Academy's gravest error in their long history to deny the actor even an Oscar nom.


nah, malin ackerman was better

i think its uber fuckin funny how you were being sarcastic about that.


that was the point ;) it was kind of double sarcasm,

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We need another colour for that.

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it was tying it into the rape-revenge stories and making light of a verys erious sub-genre that kind of offended me.


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We need another colour for that.



that's better

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you guys are fucking funny!

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you guys are fucking funny!


that's better, we need our egos stroked like we all need holes in our heads.

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you guys are fucking funny!


that's better, we need our egos stroked like we all need holes in our heads.

no im serious, even when sombody is being a complete asshole or when some tard gets to flaming
i laugh my ass off.

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My favourite would be Edward Morgan Blake aka The Comedian. He just has something that attracts me towards him and his character. I know he did gruesome things, especially shooting pregnant women and trying to rape Sally...but apart that I really like him. Maybe because I kinda indentify with him being an outsider, seeing through society´s fake face...He´s a very deep going character for me and also his macho like behaviour kinda attacts me (probably because I like such men :oops: )

Other than him I also consider Rorschach. Again his outsider role and the very strict ideas of justice and unjustice makes me think of myself, or how I used to be and think. I also respect his toughness and strenght."Never compromise, not even in the face of Armageddon" Who can say that of himself? To stay true to one´s self and one´s ideals.

Last but not least I also like Adrian/Ozymandias. His view of right and wrong, his intelligence and moral compass, leads him to set up a masterplan to let thousands of people die, to try to reach world peace! I was impressed as he explained his plan, and I was sad that Dr. Manhattan was right: Nothing ever ends. He was not a real villain for me, he just thought he could save the world.


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^ Welcome to the forums good sir !

Good to know you are the good kind of Watchmen fan who can also see the brilliance of The Comedian.

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^ Welcome to the forums good sir !

Good to know you are the good kind of Watchmen fan who can also see the brilliance of The Comedian.

I love how you referred to her as "sir" even though she pretty much made reference to being a girl in her post.

Good ol' Feli.

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Lol that be true I´m a gurl :) But that´s alright. Thanks for the welcome nontheless :D


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This is off topic a bit, but I miss all the girls who used to frequent the forum. It just represented a certain level of diversity we don't have now that the movie hype's long since died down and a lot of them were really cool.

Ooohhh wellll

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This is off topic a bit, but I miss all the girls who used to frequent the forum. It just represented a certain level of diversity we don't have now that the movie hype's long since died down and a lot of them were really cool.

Ooohhh wellll


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