Ok, I know you can get this (unsigned) cheaper (I shall post the link in post 1 below) but I figured signed by Watchmen illustrator Dave Gibbons is something a bit special if you are a Watchman fan. Hope this makes some Watchmen fans happy.
For the many who felt that the Watchmen graphical novel was unfilmable, and thus were dissatisfied with the blockbuster movie based on it, theres Watchmen: The Complete Motion Comics. The idea behind this is that, over twelve half-hour episodes, the Alan Moore graphical novel of Watchmen is brought to the screen. Supervised by Moore himself, The Complete Motion Comics adds some animation and voice material from time to time, but otherwise its a very faithful representation of the work its derived from. It uses the art from the graphic novel itself, and takes that as the foundation of what goes on the screen. As for the narrative itself, some things are trimmed down here and there, but nothing major at all. And theres little question that youre getting value for money here. Watchmen: The Complete Motion Comics runs for the best part of five hours, and a fine job has been made of it. The one factor that counts against it is that its an odd half-way house. Its neither the graphic novel, nor the film, and should arguably take third place in the queue behind them. But as an interesting and faithful novelty, its something that will still be savoured and enjoyed, even if you cant see a cavalcade of further motion comics following in its wake.