The Eleventh hour of The Last Of The Americans and the last hour of the “Watchmen”

I’m James Faraci, The Last Of The Americans, and the views I’m about to express are of my own and some of yours. Yes, it’s my eleventh anniversary, yet much like it was in 2020, I don’t feel like celebrating. Let me count the ways, the woman I loved and wanted to spend the rest of my life is gone, two of my friends have left, and my other personal problems are too numerous to count. I have professional issues up the wazoo, up to and including the fact that my numbers are so down that I am barely making rent and the bills that I had to give everyone six months paid leave until I can financially support them coming back. The entire Internet has turned on me. I think it’s clear the Halcyon days are behind me. Now, all I am waiting for is the end, and since it is my eleventh anniversary, let’s go back to the beginning of Zack Snyder’s long-standing relationship with DC Comics, which thankfully has ended with the recent DCEU failures.

With the Eleventh hour upon The Last Of The Americans, let’s see how we missed the warning signs that Zack Snyder’s DC movies were going to cause pain. Find out here

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