45 episodes

The officially unofficial podcast for Watchmen on HBO.

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    • 4.7, 485 Ratings

The officially unofficial podcast for Watchmen on HBO.

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Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
485 Ratings

485 Ratings

timbobtoy13 ,

Another quality podcast from Baldmove!

Love these guys!

ms423 ,

Insights are lacking

To be completely honest, their insights are lacking for me. For example, they mention the title of the last episode “little fear of lightening” as a Verne quote, but don’t put together that it’s obviously a reference to Wayne’s fear of another squid attack and his shattered belief that inter-dimensional squids exist at the end of the episode. Another example: they complain about the flashbacks to the mirror house scene in episode 5 while Wayne is talking to his wife, and to the tin foil hat, but that has nothing to do with “reminding the audience” about what happened, but rather an insight into Wayne’s state of mind. It’s showing the audience that Wayne’s mind is immediately shoved back to that moment at the mere mention of it. Similar to Rorschach thinking back to the dogs he killed in the comics. That’s just basic stuff that a simple browse through the internet explains.

Maybe I’m being a little harsh, but I think this is the kind of show where if you’re looking for in depth analysis, your time is better spent waiting for episodes of the official watchmen podcast rather than listen to two dudes giving shallow extrapolations of a very complex and dense world.

Dark Thackeray ,

Low-level discussion, poorly presented

Hosts don’t know basic facts evident in episodes and thus draw conclusions without basis. Approach to understanding the themes of terror and it’s effects on survivors is infected with ill-informed libertarian bias. They think the show is about “race conspiracy” and “9-11 satire” which is a superficial and juvenile understanding. Maybe the hosts will work harder to understand the show, its themes, and the historical events of which they are too young to have first-hand understanding, but until they do there are several pods having a far higher level discussion.

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