Watchmen by Alan Moore and their representation of superheroes

How does the representation of Superheroes in Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon’s Watchmen differ from the traditional comic book superhero? Why and to what end do Moore and Gibbons take up the figure of the superhero? What is wrong or problematic about the traditional superhero comic book? What truths and realities are revealed through Moore and Gibbons notarization of the traditional superhero figure? What roles do race, ethnicity, gender, and class play with respect to their satire? How do American patriotism and nationalism figure into their critique of the superhero? No outside sources, only based off the book Watchmen

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