I am interested in seeing what happens now that we have only 4 more episodes this season:
Apparently that is the main concern. What happens when cloning is so widely available, the the threat of nuclear annihilation loses its scary aspects?It would be interesting to see the effects of legalized cloning here...would people be able to clone loved ones who died, the way some people have cloned their pets IRL?
I noticed there seem to be some slight spoilers in the first entry. Wonder if that was intentional on HBO’s part.And here is the latest from Peteypedia, which discusses the issue of "Fogdancing":
Then again, consider that the Watchmen TV series is also pretty accurate in the response of the public of Rorschach. Consider he was always a borderline schizophrenic racist, homophobe and all-around sexist. Reading his journal to get to the last 5 pages would have been a challenge to even the most dedicated reader or hardcore believer. Its certainly realistic that Rorschach would certainly get published in New Frontiersman but, like anyone who has read Behold A Pale Horse or similar conspiracy tropes, and the fact that "squid rains" have continued would seem to make it easy to dismiss Rorschach and his journal as the rantings of a person who clearly needed psychiatric help....I'll be honest.....some parts of Watchmen (like Nixon being president 4 times) were silly even by comic book standards. And if there is one thing Doomsday Clock did right (heretical I know) it's that Ozy's plan falls apart fairly quickly because lets be honest it was built on brittle glass
Then again, I like the varying results of the conspiracy. Consider that contrary to popular belief, there is never a uniform reaction to information being revealed. Consider that 1/3 of people in America are prepared to go down believing "Trump did no wrong", even if he came into the Senate with a severed head and bloody knife. I like to see the series as the Schrodinger cat analogy of varying results from the same course of action....Doomsday clock also played with both. At first the journal is published.....and nothing happens. It’s only when President Redford needs to distract people that he reopens it. Rorschach 2 is also forced to face that no the original Kovacs was bug$)@! insane and destroyed his dads marriage.
My issue is that even if the diary isn’t leaked things would fall apart because let’s face it humans are ALWAYS going to find SOMETHING to disagree about (it’s like the mineshaft gap in Doctor Strangelove)
funnily enough both are concluding and it would be interesting to see someone do a compare
He's probably the reason there's no Internet in this world.Apparently Jesse "the Body" Ventura was the Vice-President to the Redford Administration: