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Sorry I'm a bit behind, been trying to finish up my ME full playthrough before ME2 hits. Wish me luck. XD


Wow, Rorschach a) shows mercy, and b) does the whole reaching out in friendship thing. I'm stunned! One bright spot I guess in the misery of most of the chapter...

I want a pet Bubastis!

Uuugh, more pirate comic! Make it stop!

I did like the scene in the bar, where suddenly EVERYONE just stops and stares at the one guy when Rorschach asks about him. Made me chuckle a bit. Also, whoah, the whole physical pain thing is supposed to be Rorschach's bit, Nite-Owl!

Aaaand, there go the missing people. Gonna stay missing, now. Personally if I were face to face with a bomb about to go off, I like to think I'd try ripping out some wires and stuff just as a last-ditch desperate effort, but hey.

Also, for a really smart guy, Veidt uses a pretty dumb password, if some super-hero off the street can come in and crack it first try!

What a let-down, re: the journal. But not really unexpected. (I mean, aside from the fact that I've read this before, because I can't remember a lot of the details like this!)

Dude, Rorschach, you are going to get COLD! I mean, dude! Antarctica! Trenchcoat! Does not compute!

Speaking of Nostalgia... East Germany? Man, what a blast from the past!

Anyhow, have at it!


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stormfeather
Jan. 25th, 2010 09:44 pm (UTC)
Haha, yeah, remember Wargames?
khedron
Jan. 26th, 2010 05:32 am (UTC)
That was really terrible. And use of "rider" in that context out of place, even if they're trying to tie it back into the chapter title. I only hope it's just that they wanted to show Dreiberg being a little smart by stretching the password hacking over several panels, without it seeming too easy.
rysmiel
Feb. 10th, 2010 03:48 am (UTC)
Moore has admitted to doing this deliberately to wind up computer-literate associates.
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khedron
Jan. 26th, 2010 05:29 am (UTC)
I want a pet Bubastis!

Totally. And a hover-bike!

Uuugh, more pirate comic! Make it stop!

I found myself looking forward to each bit this time -- mostly to see if his terrors and deeds bounced back on him. I don't remember how the comic ends (if it ends), but I was waiting for him to get to a perfectly normal, non-pirate ridden town full of living people, and do bad things. Seems likely.

Aaaand, there go the missing people. Gonna stay missing, now. Personally if I were face to face with a bomb about to go off, I like to think I'd try ripping out some wires and stuff just as a last-ditch desperate effort, but hey.

Yes, yes exactly. I looked at the time, looked at the picture, reread the bits leading up. I would've definitely tried pulling wires if I thought there was a minute left on the clock attached to a bunch of explosives. Oh well.


Password & journal: agree on both counts.

Veidt: You know, when a guy comes home and changes into his superman suit, he's got some issues.

Dude, Rorschach, you are going to get COLD! I mean, dude! Antarctica! Trenchcoat! Does not compute!

But Nite-Owl's snow suit is pretty sweet. =)

[edit] I don't think the nuclear football is meant to actually be football-shaped. Artistic license, eh?

Edited at 2010-01-26 05:33 am (UTC)
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rysmiel
Feb. 10th, 2010 03:49 am (UTC)
Am I the only one who reads Doug Roth as Veidt's civilian identity ?
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