‘Watchmen’s’ provocative portrait of race in America has its own creator worried
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More than three decades since it first exploded onto the comic book scene, the mere mention of “Watchmen” still sparks excitement from diehard fans — and plenty of others enthralled by its revolutionary approach to conventional superhero storytelling. Employing pointed commentary, brutal violence and dark subject matter, including vigilantism and the specter of nuclear war, the series of stories about a ragged group of costumed crime-fighters has since been adapted into a feature film (directed by Zack Snyder) and now a highly anticipated HBO drama series.

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