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Rorschach is the name of two fictional characters in the comic book limited series Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons and Doomsday Clock by Geoff Johns, Gary Frank and Brad Anderson respectively released in 1986 and 2017, published by DC Comics. The duo, as with most of the main characters in the series, are modified analogue of Charlton Comics characters, in this case Steve Ditko's the Question and Mr. A. Moore created the first Rorschach, also known as Walter Kovacs, with artist Gibbons, while Johns created the second Rorschach, also known as Reginald "Reggie" Long, with artists Frank and Anderson, based on the original Rorschach.
While Watchmen has an ensemble cast, many consider Rorschach I to be the protagonist as he drives most of the plot forward and serves as the series' narrator. In the beginning of the story, he is introduced as the only remaining active masked vigilante not employed by the government. A ruthless crime-fighter, his beliefs in moral absolutism—good and evil with no shades of grey—have driven him to seek to punish evil at all costs. Rorschach's mask displays a constantly morphing inkblot based on the ambiguous designs used in Rorschach inkblot tests, with the mask's black and white coloring consistent with Rorschach's sense and view of morality.
Reception towards the original character is positive and he has been referred to several times in other comic book stories and has appeared in other forms of media. Jackie Earle Haley portrays Rorschach I in the 2009 film adaptation directed by Zack Snyder, and also voices him in the video games series. Rorschach I later appears in the Before Watchmen comic book prequel, with his own individual issue miniseries. Rorschach II makes his debut in the sequel miniseries Doomsday Clock, which connects the Watchmen universe with the mainstream DC Universe.