6 new mysteries on Watchmen we want answered

Photo: Regina King in Watchmen.. Image Courtesy Mark Hill/HBO
Photo: Regina King in Watchmen.. Image Courtesy Mark Hill/HBO /
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Photo: Jeremy Irons, Sara Vickers in Watchmen.. Image Courtesy Mark Hill/HBO
Photo: Jeremy Irons, Sara Vickers in Watchmen.. Image Courtesy Mark Hill/HBO /

Where is Adrian Veidt?

By now, we’ve figured out that Veidt’s elaborate estate is not a retiree’s dream. He’s been sent to this place to be separated from the rest of the world. Likely, whoever sent him to this place doesn’t want Veidt cooking up plots that will harm people again. Veidt has been making use of what he does have in this isolated place to plan a grand escape. He’s able to fish for fetuses in a lake and put them in a clone torture microwave that cooks sets of Phillips and Crookshanks until they reach Adulthood.

Veidt plans on nothing short of destroying these clones over an over for as long as it may take so he can find a way to escape his prison. And Veidt has his heart set on going straight up into the sky. We discovered last week that Veidt had been fussing around with an astronaut-like suit to be able to breathe in Outer Space. The Phillips we saw shot into the sky returned to the ground frozen so that attempt was a failure. Now it seems that Veidt is checking to see at what angle he can be catapulted into the air and guarantee that he won’t come back. Using all of the clones he murdered during a moment of rage, Veidt has discovered that in certain parts of the sky, the clones would go right into a cloud never to be seen again.

In short, this place that Veidt is in is likely a man-made location or in another planet altogether. Now, where these dead clones ended up is another question entirely, but it’s definite that Veidt will try to use this escape route in the sky. Whoever put Veidt in his prison isn’t going to be happy especially if it’s Dr. Manhattan, the only man capable of creating a world of this magnitude.

Who is the Silver Man in a suit?

Abar discovered a man dressed up in a silver suit watching her when she went to dump Reeves’ wheelchair over the side of the highway. After a short chase, Abar lost him when he covered himself in lubrication and slid right into a sewer drain. Who is this slippery man in silver? Is this one of Blake’s spies? There’s never been anything said about a lubed up silver guy to date, so where is this guy going with this?

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Watchmen airs every Sunday at 9 p.m. on HBO.