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Before Watchmen: Minutemen #5 (Before Watchmen: Minutemen, #5)

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“Why is mommy crying, Uncle Hollis?”

And don’t miss the latest chapter of the “Crimson Corsair” backup feature from writer/artist JOHN HIGGINS!
Paperback, 32 pages
Published December 5th 2012 by DC Comics
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Lawrence
Jan 12, 2013 Lawrence rated it really liked it
I'd been holding off reading any of the Before Watchmen comics until the series was near done - I really don't have the patience for stories being eked out on a monthly basis, and wanted to attempt to read these stories in one hit.

A lot of what you find in Minutemen you'll already know, via some of the passages from Under the Hood in the original Watchmen book, or via some of the flashbacks. Hollis Mason is certainly the most likeable character in the Watchmen universe, and it's his narrative th
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Meh. Not the best installment. Little closer to solving Ursula's mystery.
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***This issue is a 3 but the series as a whole is a 4***

My review of the series can be found here.
M Pereira
I like this story because it is essentially a backstory of the Minutemen that has been purposefully omitted from Hollis' 'beneath the hood' story showing the darker side of superheoes.
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Darwyn Cooke was an Eisner Award winning comic book writer, artist, cartoonist and animator, best known for his work on the comic books Catwoman, DC: The New Frontier and Will Eisner's The Spirit.

In 1985, Cooke published his first comic book work as a professional artist in a short story in New Talent Showcase #19, but economic pressure made him leave the career and he worked in Canada as a magazi
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