But a week after illustrations of Nite Owl and The Comedian hit the net, we're now looking at what appears to be artist Amanda Conner's take on the second Silk Spectre (Laurie Juspeczyk) from the upcoming Watchmen prequels. Bleeding Cool's Rich Johnston claims to have received this artwork from a shadowy tipster (who…
You heard that Watchmen prequels were in the pipeline; now take a look at some of the reputed artwork. Bleeding Cool's Rich Johnston has gotten his hands on Joe and Andy Kubert's designs for Nite Owl and JG Jones' Comedian from the Watchmen prequel miniseries, which are being developed under the moniker "Panic Room."
Yesterday DC Entertainment president Diane Nelson answered the question on many people's minds: Is the company really working on a follow-up to Watchmen?
Once we got over our shock at the rumor that DC Comics may be planning a sequel to Watchmen, we started wondering: What would be the best way to go about it? And could it ever be worth it?
Rumors of a comic book sequel to Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' Watchmen may be racing around the internet, but that doesn't mean that Warner's movie division is tempted to go back to the well again.
Even though original Watchmen artist Dave Gibbons warned DC against making a sequel and we all know Alan Moore is going to hate it, rumors suggest the DC Comics' new leadership thinks Watchmen 2 is a dandy idea.
It's not too soon to start talking about a possible sequel to Watchmen, Zack Snyder's movie version of Alan Moore's mega-graphic novel. Okay, sure, the graphic novel has a pretty definitive ending, and Moore never wrote a sequel. But the actors' contracts commit them to a possible sequel. Star Patrick Wilson says…