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Posted by Emperor Gonzo Noir

Oh wow

Posted by Shatterstar

Very well done I thought

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Posted by The Poet

hmmm...interesting. makes the whole scene following even more tragic.

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Posted by Grim
@Shatterstar said:
" Very well done I thought "

@The Poet said:
" hmmm...interesting. makes the whole scene following even more tragic. "

indeed.
Posted by jessej07

Not sure how this would read knowing that they are the dogs from Watchmen...  When I read it I started to figure it out as I went on and was completely blown away when it ended up being the case.  It's a really well done comic, made all the more impressive when the revelation is made.


Anyone have any info on who did it?
Posted by ARMIV

Nice! It felt like an actual missing chapter from the story!

Posted by BlackArmor

Rorschach is one sick puppy

Edited by kfhrfdu_89_76k

Puts Rorschac in to a whole new light? Excuse me, but isn`t he supposed to be as...radical, as in this scene? Yes, he is.

Also, I never did like this scene (where the dogs die), because it`s probably the most evil thing he has ever done. I mean, killing two innocent dogs is more evil than killing four evil humans.

Oh, and also, that comic is quite good.

Posted by bob agent of agency x

"I'm a good dog. I like it when the Master feeds me. Except when its still moving. Than my brother jumps on it and it stops. I'm better than my brother."

I actually want them to give the dogs thought bubbles now.

Posted by BlackArmor

@kfhrfdu_89_76k said:

Puts Rorschac in to a whole new light? Excuse me, but isn`t he supposed to be as...radical, as in this scene? Yes, he is.

Also, I never did like this scene (where the dogs die), because it`s probably the most evil thing he has ever done. I mean, killing two innocent dogs is more evil than killing four evil humans.

Oh, and also, that comic is quite good.

Eh, Whether or not the dogs should be considered innocent is up to debate, I think the dog thing was a very important scene it demonstrated exactly how far Rorschach had gone and why, how the human psyche can be destroyed by enough negative influence

Posted by kfhrfdu_89_76k

@BlackArmor:

Yeah well, I guess you`re right. We cant find out if the dogs were innocent or not. But then again, shouldn`t their evil nature be considered to be their "owners" fault. After all, animals who aren`t humans, also have a pcyche, that can be bent to a more evil direction.

Posted by BlackArmor

@kfhrfdu_89_76k: I am of course not advocating the murder of dogs for anything other than self defense, but I don't think just killing their owner makes as big of an impact s killing the dogs and using one of them as a weapon to help kill their owner

Posted by kfhrfdu_89_76k

@BlackArmor:

You`re right, I`d guess.