"Following the original group of masked vigilantes that sparked the POD of the Watchmen universe, the first two issues of the title introduce us to each member and the origins of the team by means of a flashback from Hollis Mason (aka, Nite Owl I and author of Under the Hood). It fleshes out the origins and personas of each character, while also dropping hints at the fates that eventually befalls each of them. To top it all off, the title boasts very crisp artwork that immediately hearkens back to the Golden Age of comics, while with its nine panel format, follows the format that served Watchmen so well... "
"Thanks in part to the fantastic neo-classical art style, as well as the masterful first-person narrative style which so perfectly nails Veidt’s own voice, the entire story has an epic feel to it, and more than any other title, captures the very essence of the character the title follows. Along with Minutemen, it is the only title that truly captures the same tone and feel of Watchmen, as well as casting a light in some truly fascinating areas for us to look at. With issue one ending just as Adrian decides to become a vigilante, I can’t wait to see where the title will go next. "
Read the review by Sean Kosgaard @ Alternate History Weekly Update