Moloch #1...

Secret Origin of Moloch, told in the form of an extraordinarily verbose Catholic confession. He's got about as generic a supervillain origin as you could ever imagine. Rorschach-Lite with some Nightcrawler mixed in. Ends after Doctor Manhattan shows up and Moloch feels like he's outmatched so is now going to turn his life over to Jesus. Veidt shows up in a Rolls Royce (inexplicably in full superhero garb) to offer him a ride from prison and presumably the new boring lifestyle that we saw in Watchmen.

Functional artwork by Eduardo Risso occasionally has some nice expressions or textures, but never once makes reference to Gibbons' original art (or even the movie). However, Jim Lee's alt cover does reference the Pietà as Moloch and a hooker (although I'm guessing he's referencing one of the many other comics adaptations of it -- Jim Starlin's The Death of Captain Marvel GN, Alex Ross' Captain Marvel and Shazam, Crisis on Infinite Earths, Obnoxio the Clown vs. the X-Men, etc.).

Second alt cover by Matt Wagner. Who cares.
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