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    Reviews - Before Watchmen: Nite Owl - #1

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Terrible Writing, Decent Art - Danwars
This is a prime example of why people were against Before Watchmen. The writing is really bad. Nite Owl's origin is super ham fisted. It retcons the original story. There are some horrid foreshadowing and it falls flat because we already know what happens. It feels forced. The Kuberts do a fine job with illustration. Im not a huge fan of JMS but he has written some decent stuff. I am now convinced that he is a complete hack.




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