Acabo de leer esta nota y ya me dieron ganas de leer Seaguy
http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/comics/n...-watchmen.htmlGrant Morrison has discussed his ongoing Seaguy project.
The All-Star Superman writer explained that all his projects are his equivalent of Alan Moore's seminal Watchmen in an interview with Mindless Ones.
Morrison said: "Seaguy's my Watchmen, they're all my Watchmen. [Moore] just did one and I do one a week."
His Vertigo project Seaguy consists of two miniseries, with a third planned to complete the trilogy.
Morrison explained: "For me the big breakthrough in Seaguy that only happened when I was at the end of the first book, and I realised that it was actually a story about a human life. As you know I always prefer to do stuff that's symbolic rather than gritty and realistic.
"I suddenly realised that the whole notion of: you become aware of sitting across from Death, and Death says, 'Your move, Seaguy.' Kind of being born.
He continued: "And I suddenly noticed that Seaguy looked deformed and kind of foetus-like: the way Cameron [Stewart] drew him in those early issues, he's very wan, very super-slight, but he fills up as the series goes on. I suddenly realised that the whole thing was a human life compacted into nine issues. That's what made it bigger for me.
"The first one was almost something to make Kristen [Morrison's wife] laugh. A stupid, surrealistic thing, but then it became quite meaningful to me."
Morrison's Supergods, a prose book which explores the history of the 'superhero' concept, was released last week.