Question by raquel c: What is alan moores interpretation of heroism in the graphic novel watchmen ? ?
Watchmen can be read as narrative commentaries on the meaning of heroism. What is alan moores interpretation of heroism in this graphic novel? Such as characters and events that took place.
Answer by spidermonkey
I think Alan Moore has a more realistic view of heroism. His characters show that being a hero is not always nice and neat. The right path is not always clear. Here’s one example: The character Ozymandias believes that sometimes it is necessary to do seemingly evil things in order to ultimately do good. Even though the other characters are appalled by his methods, many of them agree with the desired outcome.
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