Dedicated to euchryz_19. Special mention: findmyantidrug
01 Quote from Watchmen Motion Comics
03 Visual Examination
05 A Scrutiny of the Narrative
06 Quote Reference
07 Fan Reaction to Dr. Manhattan
"Light's Theme" for Opening and while reviewing
"Time Lapse Lifeline" by Maria Taylor between breaks and for Closing
*audio clip courtesy of Watchmen Motion Comics
- The chapter review runs 40:42 including instrumental tracks. This one has a different standard format because it's a personal chapter focused with a single character.
- An audio clip from the Motion Comics to take listeners deeper into the review.
- Introduction plus disclaimer. I feel very passionately about doing this review right.
- I think it's still appropriate to do a Visual Examination. I focused more on the symbols used as oppose to mere color schemes and sequencing. I took note of the timeline shown and how Dr. Manhattan experiences all points of time simultaneously.
- Jon Osterman in-focus in Characterization especially his transformation into Dr. Manhattan. I discussed his eventual detachment from his humanity. I also included Moore's notes from the Absolute Watchmen edition in regards with Dr. Manhattan's conception.
- This segment A Scrutiny of the Narrative was more about the writing itself. I described the mastery of symbolic language Moore made use of.
- Albert Einstein as a Quote Reference and my, what an insight it is!
- Brief discussion on Fan Reaction; what the fandom thinks about the Doc.
- I ended with another personal song choice.