At this point, I think I'd rather them just announce some After Watchmen projects.
Following Dr. Manhattan 'killing' Rorschach, his first choice to create new life is to reincarnate him as one of the dogs who ate Blair Roche (his logic being that his particular brand of justice was a necessity of sorts, but available in a way where his ability to communicate with the world at large was severely limited. Also, because of his love of bean juice. Human bean juice.) His partner in crime-biting is the trained owl of Daniel and Laurie Dreiberg (who have since given up the costumes...with the bedroom being the exception). I figured he'd either be given a cutesy name like Silky or maybe something a little 'stronger' sounding like Spectre (either that or he'd go directly to being called Nite-Owl III). They'd be up against the also-reincarnated Bubastis, who has since undergone a process similar to Jon Osterman's transformation into Dr. Manhattan. But what is his plan? What does The Squid have to do with it? And where does the missing body of Byron "Mothman" Lewis fit in to all of this?
"Do it? I did it thirty-five minutes ago. Or two hours ago? Maybe tomorrow...I can't tell, since I have no concept of time."
Find out in...After Watchmen: WATCHDOGS #1 coming to a comic retailer and Comixology near you 11/12/13!
"Who Let the Watchdogs Out?"
Star Wars never pretended to be anything more than space opera. Watchmen was supposed to have at least some small degree of dignity/gravitas as a piece of literature...
Suppose the fence was pretty close to where the kids had to walk to get candy from Rude's door. Suppose the dog was not just barking languidly like some crap you've seen on TV - suppose the dog was barking viciously and getting worked up every time some little 5 year-old came walking near
In most neighbor cases - both sides do shit purposefully to annoy the other. It's a fact of life