Watching The Watchmen | Doomsday Clock #3 Review

Watching The Watchmen | Doomsday Clock #3 Review

Doomsday Clock issue 3 watching the watchmen podcast by deffinition and tom kwei in which we analyse the comedians survival story

Doomsday Clock Issue 3 Review and Analysis


Doomsday Clock Issue 3 Review and Analysis by Tom Kwei and Deffinition

Doomsday Clock Issue 3 has just been released and it continues to shake up the DC Universe. Issue 3, like Issue 1 and Issue 2 have both received brilliant reviews so we decided to jump in and analyse the new DC Watchmen Story ourselves to see if it lives up to the hype. If you’ve been listening to our podcast ‘Watching The Watchmen‘ then you know we absolutely love the original series, so it will be interesting to see how it does with an update. Featuring the return of The Comedian this issue sets to completely derail all of The Watchmen. Is it worth it? Let’s Find out!

We offer fan theories and go through the first issue panel by panel breaking down our thoughts on the work by Geoff Johns. Because this is a Doomsday Clock Story Recap podcast there will be HEAVY SPOILERS. So, if you want to enjoy the book unspoilt we suggest you read it before listening to this episode.

As with all of our podcasts, you can get in touch with us at the show by emailing: watchingthewatchmenpod@gmail.com

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