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The fluids remained in constant motion, being affected by heat and pressure, however, the black and white colors never combined to form gray.
The patterns formed by the fluids also maintained a consistent symmetrical pattern down the mid-line of whatever shape the fabric had been formed into.
Kovacs first discovered the fabric when he worked for a dressmaker. The fabric was originally made into a woman's dress and the marketing of such a product would be linked to Dr.
The product's first customer was a woman named Kitty Genovese , who was unhappy with the dress, calling it "ugly" and refused to buy it.
Kovacs thought differently however, and took possession of the fabric for himself, saying it was "very beautiful.
In a way it is true that this is his "real face" as the fluids react to his expressions, where without it, he usually never shows any facial expression, except anger or indifference.
So he's a favorite to draw in that circumstance. Moore said he did not foresee the death of Rorschach until the fourth issue when he realized that his refusal to compromise would result in his not surviving the story.
He claimed that initially he knew a lot about the character's surface mannerisms, but did not realize what was inside him until he "started to dig.
He believed that it "is not the mask talking, it's not Rorschach, it's the actual human being [Walter Kovacs] that is somewhere under there".
Walter Joseph Kovacs was born on March 21, , the son of Sylvia Kovacs, who was a prostitute , and an unknown father only known to Kovacs as "Charlie".
His mother was frequently abusive and condescending towards him. In July , at the age of 11, Kovacs became involved in a violent fight with two older bullies, and subsequently his living conditions were finally looked into.
He was removed from his mother's care and put in "The Lillian Charlton Home for Problem Children" in New Jersey , where he rapidly seemed to improve, excelling at scholastics as well as gymnastics and amateur boxing.
In , after leaving the Charlton Home when he was 16, Kovacs took a job as a garment worker in a dress shop, which he found "bearable but unpleasant" partly because he had to handle women's clothing; it was here that he acquired a certain dress fabric that he would later fashion into the mask he wears as Rorschach.
In , Kovacs scavenged the material from a rejected dress that had been special-ordered by a young woman with an Italian name.
Though Kovacs learned how to cut and fashion the material successfully with heated implements, he soon grew bored with it, as it served him no real purpose at the time.
Two years later when buying a newspaper on his way to work in March , Kovacs read about the rape and murder of Kitty Genovese , who he believed was the Italian woman who had rejected the dress.
Ashamed by what he read about the unresponsiveness of her neighbors , Kovacs became disillusioned with the underlying apathy that he saw as inherent in most people.
Inspired by Genovese's fate, Kovacs returned home, made "a face [he] could bear to look at in the mirror" from the dress's fabric, and began fighting crime as the vigilante Rorschach.
Initially, Kovacs left criminals alive, but bloodied, for the police to arrest, leaving a calling card in the form of a Rorschach test at every crime scene.
In the mid s, he teamed up with Nite Owl II , a partnership which proved highly successful at battling organized crime. In , an investigation into the kidnapping of a young girl named Blair Roche led to the transformation of the "soft" Kovacs into the ruthlessly uncompromising Rorschach.
He tracked the kidnapping to a man named Gerald Grice. At Grice's shack, Kovacs found evidence Grice had killed the girl and had fed her remains to his dogs.
Discovering this, Rorschach suffered a psychotic breakdown, killed the dogs with Grice's meat cleaver and waited for his arrival.
When Grice returned, Rorschach hurled the corpses of the dogs through his windows, handcuffed him to a stove, and poured kerosene around him.
Leaving Grice a hacksaw , Rorschach told him that his only chance to escape would be by cutting off his hand.
Rorschach then set the shack on fire and left. No one emerged. When the Keene Act was passed in to outlaw vigilantes, Rorschach responded by killing a wanted serial rapist and leaving his body outside a police station with a note bearing one word: "never!
By and the events of Watchmen , Rorschach is the vigilante who continues to operate in defiance of the Keene Act, the rest having retired or become government operatives.
He investigates the murder of a man named Edward Blake, discovering that he is the Comedian. He believes that someone is picking off costumed superheroes,  a view that strengthens when Doctor Manhattan is forced into exile  and when Adrian Veidt, the former vigilante known as Ozymandias , is targeted in an assassination attempt.
The police, tipped off anonymously over the phone, surround the house. Rorschach scolds himself for falling into such an obvious trap, and is arrested after a fight, in which Rorschach tries to escape by jumping through a window, but is unmasked.
Rorschach is sent to a prison where many of its inmates are criminals he put away, including Big Figure , a dwarf crime boss who is hungry for Rorschach's blood.
During his incarceration, he is interviewed by the prison psychologist Dr. Malcolm Long. Long believes he can help rehabilitate him; instead, Rorschach's explanation of his life and his justifications for his uncompromising worldview lead Long to question his own views.
One day during lunch, one of the inmates attempts to attack Rorschach with a shiv , whereupon Rorschach throws the boiling-oil contents of a deep-fryer into his face in self-defense.
I'm not locked in here with you. You're locked in here with me. The Big Figure and two of his associates try to kill Rorschach, but he outwits and ultimately kills them all in rapid succession.
Rorschach's two former colleagues, Nite Owl II and Silk Spectre II , begin to take his "mask killer" theory seriously and break him out of jail to follow up on it.
After the prison break, Dr. They obtain a name, a company called Pyramid Deliveries, and then break into Veidt's office.
Nite Owl correctly deduces Veidt's password and finds that he runs Pyramid Deliveries. Rorschach, who has been keeping a journal throughout the duration of the novel, realizes that they may be no match for Veidt.
He makes one last entry in his journal, stating his certainty that Veidt is responsible for whatever might happen next, and drops it into a mailbox.
Nite Owl and Rorschach fly out to Antarctica. Veidt then reveals that he set his plan into motion well before they arrived.
Despite their mutual horror, Nite Owl, Silk Spectre II and Doctor Manhattan all agree to keep quiet about the true nature of the events when the United States surprisingly does enter into a peace accord with the Soviet Union.
Rorschach states the others must be joking, and leaves to tell the world. Manhattan confronts him outside, telling him he cannot allow Rorschach to reveal the truth.
Refusing to compromise his principles, Rorschach understands he will be killed. He removes his mask and demands that Manhattan just "do it", which he does.
In the final scenes of the comic, Rorschach's journal has made it to the offices of the New Frontiersman , a right-wing newspaper.
Outraged by the new accord between the Soviet Union and the United States, the editor pulls a planned two-page story.
He leaves it to his assistant Seymour to decide how to fill that space, and Seymour begins to reach for the paper's "Crank File," which contains the journal.
The outcome is ambiguous. The events of Doomsday Clock begin with Robert Redford winning the election by using the details of Kovacs' journal, which he gained from the New Frontiersman , leading the citizens of New York to rally against Ozymandias, while the United States faces an inevitable nuclear war.
After Rorschach's mysterious disappearance in reality his death, as depicted at the end of the graphic novel , his journal was discovered.
Published in a reactionary newspaper known for conspiracy theories, it was initially ignored. However, the journal was later appropriated by the Seventh Kavalry, a white supremacist terrorist group, who, given Rorschach's right-wing politics and description of morality as "black-and-white", misinterpreted it as a racist manifesto.
Regarding the use of Rorschach in the series, head writer Damon Lindelof explained,. We're not talking about the actual Rorschach.
I mean, first off, the actual Rorschach doesn't exist. But in the world of Watchmen , the actual Rorschach disappeared.
Nobody knows that Doctor Manhattan blew him up in Karnak. And all they have to go on is this journal that may or may not have been published by sort of a fringy publication in a pre-internet world.
And so to me what was more interesting was the meta-story of appropriation. Which is, we have to acknowledge, I have to acknowledge, that in doing Watchmen , I'm appropriating it.
Appropriation is a very, very nice way of saying stealing. Particularly, if you're going to do a story about white supremacy, appropriation is a horrific thing in many instances.
And I'm sure from Alan Moore's perspective, the appropriation of Watchmen is unpleasant. I think that if you were to travel back and tell Walter Kovacs, 'Um, hey we want to you to see what your legacy is going to be thirty years after you're dead,' he would probably be horrified by the idea of what the Seventh Kalvary has taken up his image to do.
He would feel incredibly misunderstood. I wonder how Alexander Hamilton would feel about the fact that there's a hit Broadway musical where he's played by Lin-Manuel Miranda.
He might feel misunderstood in many, many ways, even though Lin-Manuel Miranda is like, 'I am acknowledging you Alexander Hamilton!
So, I don't think that Kovacs would be very pleased about the Seventh Kalvary and I understand is there are many Watchmen fans who feel like the Seventh Kalvary are getting it wrong, and all I'll say is that's the point.
He's not there to defend his image. And even if he were, maybe nobody would care. During Rorschach's nighttime patrols, he wears a striped purple business suit, similarly colored leather gloves, a grayed scarf, and heavily unpolished elevator shoes.
More signature of his apparel is his brown trench coat with his matching fedora hat that has a light purple stripe. Rorschach's mask, which he considers his true "face", is a piece of fabric made from a material derived from the technologies of Dr.
Manhattan, and it is blank except on the front, where two viscous liquids, one black and one white, are between two layers of latex.
The liquids continually shift in response to heat and pressure, which explains why the liquid only animates when Rorschach puts it on his face.
The black liquids form symmetrical patterns like those of a Rorschach inkblot test while never mixing with the white color of the mask, thus never producing a gray color, much like Rorschach's view of morality and the world.
During his childhood, Walter Kovacs was described as bright, and excelled in literature , mathematics , political science , and religious education.
Kovacs continues a one-man battle against crime long after superheroes have become both detested and illegal, eventually replacing his Kovacs identity with the persona of Rorschach.
Rorschach considers his mask his true "face" and his unmasked persona to be his "disguise", refusing to answer to his birth name during his trial and psychiatric sessions.
Moore depicted Rorschach as being extremely right-wing , and morally absolute, a viewpoint that has alienated him from the rest of society, even among other superheroes.
Rorschach presents his views on right and wrong as starkly black and white with no room for compromise, with the exception of his respect for the Comedian, whose attempted rape of the first Silk Spectre he dismisses as a "moral lapse.
Rorschach displays a discomfort with female sexuality as a result of his early childhood, although the crimes that most affected him spiritually were against women: the murders of Kitty Genovese and Blair Roche.
Rorschach is often described as being mentally ill by other characters in the comic. Like most characters in Watchmen , Rorschach has no obvious "superpowers".
He merely has his strong will, peak-human physical strength, and finely-honed sense of timing and precision. Rorschach is very resourceful and creative, adapting ordinary household objects into tools or weapons, such as the use of a can of aerosol spray in combination with multiple matches to set fire to a police officer and throwing ground black pepper to blind another police officer, during a confrontation at Moloch's house.
He owns a gas-powered grappling gun, which he uses to climb buildings and once as a makeshift harpoon gun against a police officer , as seen in Chapter One, which was designed and built by Nite Owl II.
Rorschach is well versed in street combat , gymnastics , and boxing. He is also extremely stoic, as shown by his indifference to pain and discomfort.
He even tolerated Antarctic temperatures while wearing only a trenchcoat over street clothes, without complaining or even commenting on the severe cold.
Despite his mental instability, Rorschach is extremely intelligent and was described as "tactically brilliant and unpredictable" by Nite Owl, and shows a marked affinity for detective work, as evidenced by his ability to locate the Comedian's costume in his apartment when the police could not.
He is also skilled at lock picking although a running gag throughout the series has him simply forcing Nite Owl's front door to talk to him.
The character of Rorschach has been received with critical acclaim by critics, reviewers, and readers; he has also been awarded.
Rorschach was named the 6th-greatest comic book character of all time by Wizard magazine in May , with the magazine stating that "Rorschach still stands as one of the most compelling and frightening characters in comics' history.
In the making of the film adaptation, director Zack Snyder said "no character" was more important than Rorschach.
The Los Angeles Times further added on Snyder's statement, claiming "The filmmaker said [Rorschach] 'is easily one of the greatest comic book characters ever' and that's a view shared by many fans and the press that serves them.
He is one twisted, sick individual but he's still a fascinating character. Haley's performance as Rorschach in the Watchmen film has been acclaimed.
Empire magazine remarked that the portrayals of Rorschach, along with Nite Owl, were the most successful and commented that Haley's performance would make the audience "half-wish Snyder might have stuck with Rorschach as [the sole] protagonist rather than spreading the net so wide.
It's not just a career-defining performance, it's one of the best this genre has seen other than Heath Ledger 's Joker.
He owns the screen whenever he's on it. Rorschach has been referred to, quoted, and parodied several times in various media. These include:.
Jackie Earle Haley portrays Rorschach in the film adaptation of Watchmen ,  with Eli Snyder, the son of the film's director Zack Snyder , playing the young Rorschach in flashbacks.
His agent came up with the idea that they should do a shoestring-budgeted audition tape of Haley wearing his own "little cheesy Halloween " Rorschach outfit.
All of the audition was shot in the living room and kitchen of Haley's house. The tape was then sent to the film production crew where Snyder watched it.
After viewing the tape, Snyder cast Haley in the role of Rorschach, saying "Very low-tech but awesomely acted.
Clearly there was no other Rorschach. Rorschach's age in the film is 35,  whereas in the graphic novel he is 45 years old although this was most likely an error in production as his certificate marks him as forty-five.
His psychological instability in the film is downplayed, and he appears to be stronger than his graphic novel-self  as he manages to ward off some attacking policemen, even after falling from an apartment window.
He is also shown to openly disapprove of Nite Owl and Silk Spectre's relationship. In the film, rather than Rorschach, Nite Owl II is the one who warns Ozymandias of the possible mask-killer, although Rorschach was revealed to have visited him earlier.
Rorschach's method of killing Grice differs also. In the film he uses the meat cleaver that killed Blair Roche to continuously hack the kidnapper,  uttering after killing Grice, "Men get arrested.
Dogs get put down! Rorschach's landlady, and anything concerning his apartment are left out; when obtaining his costume after the prison break, instead of wearing a spare one in his apartment, he regains his previous one in the prison.
Malcolm Long is shown, this has been reduced to one meeting; also, Long's dark subplot where Rorschach's story affects his personal life and philosophy are omitted.
Snyder admitted that while he did not film the scene he "would have loved to.
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Kovacs thought differently however, and took possession of the fabric for himself, saying it was "very beautiful. In a way it is true that this is his "real face" as the fluids react to his expressions, where without it, he usually never shows any facial expression, except anger or indifference.
This series will conclude the story of DC Rebirth. His mask appears on the lenticular cover of Issue 1, transforming into the symbols of DC's Trinity.
In the HBO series Watchmen , a far-right terrorist group known as Seventh Kavalry , inspired by Rorschach's journal , appropriated his mask to main their identity and followed a misinterpretation of his writings into creating a racially-based crusade against various law enforcement agencies and the Redford administration, whom they deem traitorous for their apologetic disposition towards African-Americans and other minority groups within the United States.
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