SPOILERS: Rorschach's Resurrection Was Finally Explained In DOOMSDAY CLOCK #1 But Brings A New Mystery

SPOILERS: Rorschach's Resurrection Was Finally Explained In DOOMSDAY CLOCK #1 But Brings A New Mystery

<font color=red>SPOILERS:</font> Rorschach's Resurrection Was Finally Explained In DOOMSDAY CLOCK #1 But Brings A New Mystery

Doomsday Clock #1 is now on sale and with that recently released preview of the issue getting everyone talking due to the inclusion of Rorschach, we finally have an answer in regards to how he returned.

At the end of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' Watchmen, Rorschach was literally blown to smithereens by Dr. Manhattan. All that was left of him was a bloody patch on the ground and the diary he had delivered to the press which revealed the truth about Ozymandias' plot. Well, in today's Doomsday Clock #1 we learn that Rorschach is back among the living but it's clear something isn't quite right.


This Rorschach may look and talk the same but he prefers pancakes to beans and while he's brutal with his methods, he's not quite as violent. He's also not massively confident and while Ozymandias is scared of him (yes, he's alive but is suffering from a brain tumour), he quickly points out that he's not Walter Kovacs. In fact, he proves it by removing his glove and revealing that he's African American!

This is clearly a game changer and it's hard to escape the feeling that whoever the new Rorschach is will be a big reveal and quite possibly a character we're familiar with (even if they're a doppelganger of someone from the DC Universe). We'll have to wait and see but it's clear that the original won't be resurrected and that's probably for the best. What do you think of this reveal? Sound off below!
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