Warner Bros. launches the motion comics version of ‘Watchmen’

July 19, 2008 | 4:43 p.m.

the motion comics version of 'Watchmen' - episode one now available for free on iTunes

by Christie St. Martin of Funny Pages 2.0:

Warner Bros. Digital Distribution and Warner Premiere have joined forces to launch an online "Watchmen" series, sold in chapters through iTunes. Fret not! They have just taken the graphic novel and incorporated voiceovers and music to help generate excitement for next year’s anticipated "Watchmen" feature film. Warners Bros. are offering the first 22-minute installment as a free iTunes download through Entertainment Weekly. As of Aug. 2, fans will be able to download the episode directly from the iTunes Store for $1.99.

Well, I just finished watching Chapter One… and I’m not angry. So that’s something. The added feature that makes this venture worth your time is definitely the animated panels, which allow the characters to move and shift throughout scenes. If you’re a fan of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons,  you will appreciate this short homage to all things "Watchmen" for  $1.99 at iTunes, even if Mr. Moore doesn’t…

Image courtesy Entertainment Weekly, used with permission

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