Watchmen - Chapter 6 Arrest Report and Miscellany Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Arrest Report and Miscellany Summary

Chapter 6 concludes with Walter Kovacs' arrest report, a Kovacs psychiatric report from the New York Psychiatric Hospital, two early writings of Kovacs, an early drawing of Kovacs, and a memo from Dr. Long. Taken in context of the earlier graphic portion of Chapter 6, the miscellaneous documents complete the characterization of Rorschach.

The arrest report states Walter Joseph Kovacs was born March 1940, giving him a current age of 45. He is charged with the murders of Edgar Jacobi, Gerald Grice, and Harvey Furniss, and denies the murder of Jacobi. It also summarizes the arrest action and then lists a variety of minor objects in Kovacs' pockets, including a notebook with writing too cramped and eccentric to be legible.

The early writings of Kovacs are interesting but not particularly important to the graphic novel's development. The picture drawn by Kovacs as a...

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