As Warner Bros. launch The New Frontiersman for 'Watchmen', several fresh pictures revealing what happens to the old heroes back in the day have been uncovered.
Several newly-released "Watchmen" photos have been found via The New Frontiersman. Exhibiting images in relation to the first generation of the costumed heroes, two of the pictures show masked adventurer Mothman and The Doomsday Clock. Aside from the two, another photo reveals an NYPD incident report for the murder of The Silhouette.
The Mothman pic is dated 1953 and displays the moment the costumed hero is being sectioned for admittance to a mental institution in Maine. Meanwhile, the Doomsday Clock photo is posted with description that it was created in 1947 and it is further explained that as the clock stands closer to midnight, the world steps closer to Armageddon.
The NYPD report, in addition, details the murder of Silhouette on November 12, 1954 and can be seen at The New Frontiersman. The last photo posted on the site gives out The Minutemen group photo which has been outed earlier.
Adapted from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' comic book series of the same title, "Watchmen" follows superhero-turned-vigilante Rorschach as he investigates the murder of his former colleague and discovers much more than a simple homicide case. Directed by Zack Snyder using script written by David Hayter and Alex Tse, it features the likes of Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Billy Crudup, Matthew Goode, Jackie Earle Haley, Malin Akerman and Patrick Wilson. It is scheduled to hit the U.S. theaters on March 6.