Capeless shares thoughts on Nite Owl from the BEFORE WATCHMEN panel at C2E2

Thanks to the magic of the internet, Capeless was able to monitor the DC Comics BEFORE WATCHMEN panel at C2E2 live on Newsarama and DC's own website.

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By Josh Epstein - 4/14/2012
Series writer JMS stated that "the story will go from his early childhood through to his partnership with Rorschach and how that went badly."

This presents some interested possiblities with respect to the relationship between the two characters. In many ways, they represent the two sides of the ideological spectrum that exists in their unique universe. Nite Owl is the Batman archetype. He comes from money, is equipped with a vast variety of gadgets and tools, and fights crime for reason that are rooted in wanting something more, something wonderous to exist in the world.

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golden123 - 4/14/2012, 4:24 PM
Sooooo....unless I'm mistaken, you are using to redirect traffic to the site where you are active. The least you could of done was just rewrite the editorial here.
acidbath - 4/14/2012, 4:33 PM
How do you know its his article?
golden123 - 4/14/2012, 6:13 PM
@acidbath: Then, he still shouldn't be advertising other sites like this.
TheCapelessCrusader - 4/14/2012, 8:29 PM
@golden123 This is my article. Like many other writers on this site, I put some of my articles up here in their entirety, and others I put a piece of and send you to my site for the rest.

I don't believe that anything on this article violates the style guide or terms of service, but if I'm wrong, I'll gladly pull the article down.

Truly, I hope you enjoyed the analysis. If not, I'd love to hear why and discuss it with you.

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