Apr 07 2012

Behind The Panels Issue 23 – Watchmen

Hosted By: Richard Gray & David McVay

In this issue we start a season of holiday specials. Richard has gone to Europe for the next few weeks but we wanted to make sure you still get your Panels goodness. So we pre-recorded our kick ass Pick of the Week sections for the next few weeks and skipped all the other stuff. So, sit back and enjoy our talk about Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons

Our next reading assignment: Batman-Superman-Wonder Woman: Trinity by Matt Wagner with Dave Stewart.

The Vintage Clip of the Week this week is:
The Blue Beetle Radio Serial (1940)

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The music used for this episode is “Rescue Mission” by Tyler Bates and “The Times They Are A-Changin'” by Bob Dylan from the “Watchmen” movie soundtracks.

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    […] suggest the latter at a first glance, but digging deeper this starts to look and feel a bit like Watchmen, itself riffing on the the idea of Batman/Blue Beetle with Night Owl. The subversion of the […]

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