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What’s the connection between an aging comic book artist and Rorschach?

What’s the connection between an aging comic book artist and Rorschach? That’s the question the detective investigating the attempted assassination of a presidential candidate must answer. Wil Myerson, a reclusive artist known for his pirate comics, went from drawing the adventures of Pontius Pirate and the Citizen to working with a mysterious young woman hellbent on making sense of a post-Watchmen world. Somewhere in the life of Wil Myerson lies the key to learning more about Rorschach.

Eisner Award-winning writer Tom King teams with rising star artist Jorge Fornés to delve into backroom maneuvering and political corruption in a story that asks how far a man with ideals will go to make them a reality.

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Rorschach #2

Written by Tom King
Pencils Jorge Fornes
Inks Jorge Fornes
Colored by Dave Stewart
Cover by Jorge Fornes
Release Date: November 17, 2020

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