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Flynn, Tyler. "Discovering the Literary Relevancy of Watchmen: A review of the graphic novel’s philosophical themes." Senior Thesis. Liberty University, 2012. 
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Resource type: Thesis/Dissertation
Language: en: English
BibTeX citation key: Flynn2012a
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Keywords: "Watchmen", Gibbons. Dave, Moore. Alan, Philosophy, Religion, United Kingdom
Creators: Flynn
Publisher: Liberty University
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Abstract
The American comic book, specifically those of the superhero genre, is a medium that has been associated with stagnant, morally upright characters and formulaic plots. However, author Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons changed said stigma with their groundbreaking series Watchmen. An analysis of the work’s storyline, as well as some of the main characters, will reveal the deep philosophical and psychological underpinnings of the graphic novel, and, more importantly, its literary merit. A Christian interpretation of the work will also be presented.
  
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