Written by Alan Moore, Watchmen invites readers into an alternate reality where superheroes exist. Most of my life, I have known about the classical superhero who has a strong moral compass, but Watchmen introduces me to a new type of superhero that is morally ambiguous. I enjoyed the character, Rorschach because he represented an individual who possessed zero tolerance of evil even in the face of Armageddon. With Doctor Manhattan, I witness a person who wields unlimited power and immortality and as a result becomes detached to the mortals around him. The villain is what I would categorize as a gray character because his intentions to unify the world were good, but the price he was willing to pay to make that happen was too high. I enjoyed the complexities of his plan and the steps he took to make his goal a reality. What this graphic novel shows its audience is that the world is not as black and white as most people think. Instead, it consists of different shades of gray with individuals who are neither good nor evil, but in between. I would recommend this graphic novel for anyone who is searching for an elaborate and intriguing story.