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Rorschach is the name of two fictional characters in the Watchmen limited edition comic book by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons and Doomsday Clock by Geoff Johns, Gary Frank and Brad Anderson respectively released in 1986 and 2017, published by DC Comics. The duo, like most of the protagonists of the series, are modified by an analogue of Charlton’s Comics characters, in this case Ditko’s Question and Mr. A. Moore created the first Rorschach, also known as Walter Kovacs, with the artist Gibbons, while Jones created the second Rorschach, also known as Reginald “Reggie” Long, with the artists Frank and Anderson, based on the original Rorschach.
While Watchmen has an acting ensemble, many consider Rorschach to be a hero, as he leads most of the plot forward and serves the storyteller of the series. At the beginning of the story, he is introduced as the only remaining active masked vigilance not working in the government. A merciless crime fighter, his beliefs in moral absolutism – good and evil, without shades of gray made him seek to punish evil at all costs. The Rorschach mask constantly displays a morphing blot based on the ambiguous designs used in the Rorschach Rorschach tests, with a black-and-white coloring of the mask in accordance with Rorschach’s sense and moral vision.
The reception for the original character is positive, and it has been transmitted several times in other comics stories and has appeared in other media. Jackie Earle Haley portrays Rorschach I in the adaptation of the 2009 film directed by Zack Snyder, and also voices it in a series of video games. Rorschach I later appear in Before the Watchmen comics led, with its own personalized miniseries release. Rorschach II makes his debut in the sequel to the miniseries Doomsday Clock, which connects the Watchmen universe with the mainstream DC Universe.
What's with Rorschach's mask?
The Rorschach mask was made of a special fabric, or rather, of two layers of fabric. The black and white colors on the ECI constantly moved under the influence of temperature and pressure, and the resulting patterns were always symmetrical.
Kovac discovered this fabric when he worked at the tailor. The material was created by Dr. Manhattan. Initially, a dress for a client named Kitty was sewn from fabric, but she did not like it, and she refused to buy it. Kovach liked the material, and he made a mask out of it for himself.
The mask has become a kind of "real face" Kovacs. Patterns changed depending on the expression on his face. Although usually his face expressed only anger and indifference.
What is Rorschach's power?
Rorschach is a blatantly ruthless character. He is very fast, and knows how to make the environment his advantage. His investigative skills are amazing. In Rorschach’s hands, ordinary objects become dangerous weapons. So, he used a hair spray, pepper, cooking oil, electrical wiring, cloth for clothes and even a toilet as a weapon for fighting. Kovacs endures pain and low temperatures. He knows how to open locks. During his studies, Walter was particularly successful in subjects such as literature, religious education, boxing, and gymnastics.
Rorschach often carries a hook pistol with which Rorschach climbs buildings.
Rorschach is not as strong as other superheroes. But his fighting skills are well above average.