Rorschach is one of the most kick-assing character ever.

#1 Posted by paranormal (43 posts) - - Show Bio

I mean he has that pessimist vision of the world and he's morality is so bizarre and when we look he's breaking a guy's finger (or worse).

He's just so fascinating!!!!

#2 Posted by T.J. Magnum (27685 posts) - - Show Bio

Rorschach is my favorite watchmen, he took over the series ,IMO

#3 Posted by TheDrifter (26555 posts) - - Show Bio

Have'nt read Watchmen yet.

#4 Posted by T.J. Magnum (27685 posts) - - Show Bio
TheDrifter said:
"Have'nt read Watchmen yet."

read it and go see the dark knight while your at it lol

stop tell us about you sould see the movie lol
#5 Posted by TheDrifter (26555 posts) - - Show Bio
T.J. Magnum said:
"TheDrifter said:
"Have'nt read Watchmen yet."

read it and go see the dark knight while your at it lol

stop tell us about you sould see the movie lol"
lol.
#6 Posted by Zombie Trotsky (10 posts) - - Show Bio

Yeah, I love Rorschach, and I can't really decide if I like him better or The Question, who he was based on. Both are great characters, The Question having not really gotten enough of a chance to be awesome.

#7 Posted by Daredevilfan182 (131 posts) - - Show Bio

Rorschach must be one of my favorite characters ever. To bad he got it worst then the Comedian.

#8 Posted by paranormal (43 posts) - - Show Bio

Yeah, being exploded (ouch)

#9 Posted by Dead Shooter (47 posts) - - Show Bio

I could  never say his name right but he is cool and based of my favorite hero The Question

#10 Posted by John Valentine (16271 posts) - - Show Bio

He is awesome.

#11 Posted by Nighthunter (28580 posts) - - Show Bio
T.J. Magnum said:
"Rorschach is my favorite watchmen, he took over the series ,IMO"
#12 Posted by John Valentine (16271 posts) - - Show Bio
Nighthunter said:
"T.J. Magnum said:
"Rorschach is my favorite watchmen, he took over the series ,IMO"
"
Shame he had to die.
#13 Posted by Nighthunter (28580 posts) - - Show Bio

point, but then again he fell looking as the one true hero

#14 Posted by John Valentine (16271 posts) - - Show Bio
Nighthunter said:
"point, but then again he fell looking as the one true hero"

True.
#15 Posted by gunswordfist (2669 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes Rorschach is the best true vigilante ever created!! Batman doesn't count because he gets help from the police, the government and the Justice League. lol Rorschach's 'Justice League' is trying to stab someone in the back with a fork.

#16 Posted by Acheron (1458 posts) - - Show Bio

I want to see a comic series based off of Rorschach's years, either the earlier ones when he was still mostly sane, or after the kidnapping incident when he went off the deep end.

#17 Posted by Spectrum (4468 posts) - - Show Bio

the thing one muct realeise about rarshock is that ehs one of the only good guys.

He is uncompramising in his will to bring justice. the others nite owl and Juspetck just let the whole masacre slide taking a "the greater good angle" but rorshack sees this as corrypt and not wholely good, so he goes out to stop it, a true hero

#18 Posted by John Valentine (16271 posts) - - Show Bio

A man of absolute morality.

#19 Posted by The WeatherMan (3214 posts) - - Show Bio

He had my heart completely when he threw the oil thing on the guy that wanted to beat the crap out of him. That was epic.

#20 Posted by John Valentine (16271 posts) - - Show Bio

Is Watchmen's release still uncertain?

#21 Posted by Acheron (1458 posts) - - Show Bio
The WeatherMan said:
"He had my heart completely when he threw the oil thing on the guy that wanted to beat the crap out of him. That was epic."
"I'm not locked up in here with you. You're locked up in here with me."

Awesome xD

John Valentine said:
"Is Watchmen's release still uncertain?"
I think so. WB are still pushing for March, and all the entertainment sites are still acting like it's going to come out, but there's another trial in January.
#22 Posted by Spectrum (4468 posts) - - Show Bio
The WeatherMan said:
"He had my heart completely when he threw the oil thing on the guy that wanted to beat the crap out of him. That was epic."

or the bit with the dogs........magic
#23 Posted by John Valentine (16271 posts) - - Show Bio

The story about when he become Rorschach was both awesome and kind of creepy.

#24 Posted by gunswordfist (2669 posts) - - Show Bio
Acheron said:
"I want to see a comic series based off of Rorschach's years, either the earlier ones when he was still mostly sane, or after the kidnapping incident when he went off the deep end."
The best you'll get is his beat em up game with Nite Owl II which will be released later this year. lolSpectrum said:
"the thing one muct realeise about rarshock is that ehs one of the only good guys.

He is uncompramising in his will to bring justice. the others nite owl and Juspetck just let the whole masacre slide taking a "the greater good angle" but rorshack sees this as corrypt and not wholely good, so he goes out to stop it, a true hero"

Yeah but him doing things like snapping a random guy's fingers makes me think he's not so pure. But he is human after all.The WeatherMan said:
"He had my heart completely when he threw the oil thing on the guy that wanted to beat the crap out of him. That was epic."
Death by hot fat FTW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#25 Posted by paranormal (43 posts) - - Show Bio

What astonish me about Rorschach is that he once was a true hero.
But in time, he became more of a vigilante and less of a hero.
He was more focused in punishing evil than helping good.
However, I still believe there was good in him. A good example is whem he refused punishing the fat lady, (even after she lied about him to the point of calling him a rapist) for her children's sake(probably because he saw on the children, a mirrored version of his childhood and didn't want them to sufer the same fate he had).

#26 Posted by John Valentine (16271 posts) - - Show Bio
paranormal said:
"What astonish me about Rorschach is that he once was a true hero.
But in time, he became more of a vigilante and less of a hero.
He was more focused in punishing evil than helping good.
However, I still believe there was good in him. A good example is whem he refused punishing the fat lady, (even after she lied about him to the point of calling him a rapist) for her children's sake(probably because he saw on the children, a mirrored version of his childhood and didn't want them to sufer the same fate he had)."
The question is whether or not it was Walter or Rorshach who was the hero? Kovacs had witnessed some pretty f^%ked up, can you really blame him for his methods?

I'd say that his view of justice became absolute, it matured somewhat.
#27 Posted by Static Shock (47329 posts) - - Show Bio

Please stand up for the most interesting character in the entire graphic novel.

#28 Edited by iSHADOW (2269 posts) - - Show Bio

rorschach is just what anyone in a realistic setting would have to be in order to do the batman thing. you have to be deranged to attempt it in the fist place. as far as his methods go, you can flip around buildings and kung fu kick all you like but eventually your just gonna get shot in the head.

#29 Posted by Shaper (5168 posts) - - Show Bio

He really did steal the comic. Most of my attention got drawn to him when he was in a panel.

#30 Posted by gunswordfist (2669 posts) - - Show Bio
Acheron said:
"I want to see a comic series based off of Rorschach's years, either the earlier ones when he was still mostly sane, or after the kidnapping incident when he went off the deep end."

Yeah I made a blog about wanting that.paranormal said:
"What astonish me about Rorschach is that he once was a true hero.
But in time, he became more of a vigilante and less of a hero.
He was more focused in punishing evil than helping good.
However, I still believe there was good in him. A good example is whem he refused punishing the fat lady, (even after she lied about him to the point of calling him a rapist) for her children's sake(probably because he saw on the children, a mirrored version of his childhood and didn't want them to sufer the same fate he had)."
Hmmmm, interesting. Watchmen has so many facets its not even funny. I didn't even notice that about the land lord lady and the kids. Hmmmmm...I don't think Rorschach has evr hurt a woman. In fact, he became the Rorschach we know because of what happened to a little girl. The worst Rorschach has done to a woman is get on Silk Spectre's nerves at the beginning of the story.Static Shock said:
"Please stand up for the most interesting character in the entire graphic novel."

*STANDS UP*iSHADOW said:
"rorschach is just what anyone in a realistic setting would have to be in order to do the batman thing. you have to be deranged to attempt it in the fist place. as far as his methods go, you can flip around buildings and kung fu kick all you like but eventually your just gonna get shot in the head."

I'm just surprised he has never been caught. He probably walks around to the same snitch spotting spots every night but the police have never come close to catching him before the events of Watchmen....but it took Rorschach an half an hour to figure out that he was talking to a dead guy. That's one hilarious inconsistency.Shaper said:
"He really did steal the comic. Most of my attention got drawn to him when he was in a panel."

As did mean. Rorschach is a force of nature.
#31 Posted by Lady Rorschach (8 posts) - - Show Bio

A true vigilante, no half measures,just what criminals deserve. Too bad he had to die. Why do the heroic ones always have to die???

#32 Posted by Detective (524 posts) - - Show Bio

^^ as big a Rorschach fan i am, it was better of for him, he was so depressed and mentally unstable it was probably in his better interest then to suffer any longer

#33 Posted by Jerry Seinfeld (598 posts) - - Show Bio
@ Lady Rorschach said:
"A true vigilante, no half measures,just what criminals deserve. Too bad he had to die. Why do the heroic ones always have to die???"

I agree with this comment with my life.  Just what criminals deserve.
#34 Posted by ReverseNegative (2729 posts) - - Show Bio

Rorschach IS pretty cool, aside from being DEAD.

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