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YES! These new Watchmen pics are fantastic and you can see that the characters are being taken seriously. Watchmen will be released on March 6, 2009 and after seeing these pics of The Comedian, Nite Owl II, Ozymandias, Rorschach and Silk Spectre II (they are in this order down below), I can not wait. I’ve read eight of the Watchmen books and have four to go. After seeing these pics, I will be finishing them very soon. Thank you Mr. Synder for posting these pics on your blog and a year is a long time to wait.

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  • Looks really good! Can’t wait for this one. Tyler Bates is doing the score, and I’m really not sure how that will turn out. His 300 score was great, but a lot of his stuff is not great enough for a movie of this magnitude, but we’ll see.

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  • Looks really good! Can’t wait for this one. Tyler Bates is doing the score, and I’m really not sure how that will turn out. His 300 score was great, but a lot of his stuff is not great enough for a movie of this magnitude, but we’ll see.

    soundtrackgeek’s last blog post..Retro Wednesday: Kumite! Kumite! Kumite!

  • I can’t wait to “watch” it. I don’t think he created the music in 300’s trailers. Wasn’t that a NIN’s song with the lyrics dropped out? That was the song that got people pumped to see the movie. What Bates created for the film itself served the film. It wasn’t as good as the score for the Fellowship of the Ring though but it was decent.

  • I can’t wait to “watch” it. I don’t think he created the music in 300’s trailers. Wasn’t that a NIN’s song with the lyrics dropped out? That was the song that got people pumped to see the movie. What Bates created for the film itself served the film. It wasn’t as good as the score for the Fellowship of the Ring though but it was decent.

  • Many people didn’t like the “heavy metal” he used for the movie, but I thought it was quite fitting. I don’t want to compare it to Fellowship for amny reasons, but I don’t think there is a score that beats Fellowship in that sense of “epic”.

    soundtrackgeek’s last blog post..Retro Wednesday: Kumite! Kumite! Kumite!

  • Many people didn’t like the “heavy metal” he used for the movie, but I thought it was quite fitting. I don’t want to compare it to Fellowship for amny reasons, but I don’t think there is a score that beats Fellowship in that sense of “epic”.

    soundtrackgeek’s last blog post..Retro Wednesday: Kumite! Kumite! Kumite!

  • I think it would have been better if he just came up with a really great score without the metal, though I was expecting metal from the trailers and the commercials for 300. I was trying to think of an epic score that beats Fellowship but I can’t. Parts of the Ep.1 and 3 scores beat it but as a whole, they don’t.

  • I think it would have been better if he just came up with a really great score without the metal, though I was expecting metal from the trailers and the commercials for 300. I was trying to think of an epic score that beats Fellowship but I can’t. Parts of the Ep.1 and 3 scores beat it but as a whole, they don’t.

  • Maybe it would have been better. The purists would agree. I like to mix it. It’s not often we hear elements of metal in the scores. Maybe that’s why I enjoy Charlie Clouser. Listen to the score to Resident Evil: Extinction and also Saw IV. Some original stuff in there.

    If you haven’t already. Get the complete recordings. It’s 3 CD’s of pure “epic”. Normally these expanded editions or complete editions are just fillers, but this one is pure gold. There’s so much music in there they didn’t cram on to the original release.

    soundtrackgeek’s last blog post..Retro Wednesday: Kumite! Kumite! Kumite!

  • Maybe it would have been better. The purists would agree. I like to mix it. It’s not often we hear elements of metal in the scores. Maybe that’s why I enjoy Charlie Clouser. Listen to the score to Resident Evil: Extinction and also Saw IV. Some original stuff in there.

    If you haven’t already. Get the complete recordings. It’s 3 CD’s of pure “epic”. Normally these expanded editions or complete editions are just fillers, but this one is pure gold. There’s so much music in there they didn’t cram on to the original release.

    soundtrackgeek’s last blog post..Retro Wednesday: Kumite! Kumite! Kumite!

  • You’re talking about the complete recordings for The Fellowship of the Ring?

  • You’re talking about the complete recordings for The Fellowship of the Ring?

  • Yes I am. The Two Towers and Return of the King also has Complete Recordings and they are wonderful.

    soundtrackgeek’s last blog post..Retro Wednesday: Kumite! Kumite! Kumite!

  • Yes I am. The Two Towers and Return of the King also has Complete Recordings and they are wonderful.

    soundtrackgeek’s last blog post..Retro Wednesday: Kumite! Kumite! Kumite!

  • I don’t know if those are good stand-alone soundtracks like Beowulf is.

  • I don’t know if those are good stand-alone soundtracks like Beowulf is.

  • If you like the “normal” soundtracks, then you’ll love the complete recordings and yes, they are great stand alone soundtracks.

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  • If you like the “normal” soundtracks, then you’ll love the complete recordings and yes, they are great stand alone soundtracks.

    soundtrackgeek’s last blog post..Soundtrack Review: Pride and Prejudice by Dario Marianelli (2005)

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