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Up until now we have been left to wonder who this new Rorschach is, but thanks to io9, we learn that in issue #4 of Doomsday Clock, the identity of Rorschach #2 is finally revealed.
Doomsday Clock, DC’s sequel to the classic comic Watchmen has revealed the secret identity of the new Rorschach. As some fans theorized, Doomsday Clock #4 confirms he is the child of a key (but minor) character from the original Watchmen story.
RELATED: Doomsday Clock: How Ozymandias’ Watchmen Plan Unraveled. Although little is revealed about the new Rorschach in this debut issue, the color of his skin provides a clue about his identity.
Doomsday Clock #4 is now on shelves and it gives us our first reveal of who the new Rorschach is in the DC comics universe.
In Doomsday Clock #4 by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank, the true identity of Rorschach is revealed and it explains how he ties-in to the original Watchmen story.
And in Doomsday Clock #4, we are shown the life of Doomsday Clock’s Rorschach, a young man named Reggie Long, the son of Gloria and Dr. Malcolm Long.
Spoilers ahead for Doomsday Clock #4, on sale now. Who is the new Rorschach in Geoff Johns, Gary Frank, and Brad Anderson’s Doomsday Clock? Well, prior to this week we only had a few, scattered
In Doomsday Clock #1, Rorschach took off his glove to reveal that he was not the original Rorschach and that he was black. The gesture was meant to show Marionette, newcomer to the Watchmen universe, that he was not the Rorschach that put her and her husband Mime in jail.
Nov 22, 2017 · As Doomsday Clock #1 reveals, there’s a new Rorschach. A black man has taken up the mask, hat, and mantle of Rorschach. A black man has taken up the mask, hat, and mantle of Rorschach.
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