|Reviews for As A Button|
| Warrior Chickenz chapter 1 . 1/15/2013
O_O this so would have happened. SO GOOOOOD.
| imaninja41 chapter 1 . 6/23/2012
This is pretty cool, like, really cool.
| cactusx33 chapter 1 . 6/23/2011
Interesting concept! Rorschach, with his messed up childhood, would have been exactly the type of kid the Beldam would have appealed to.
| Willow-Bee the Cat chapter 1 . 8/4/2010
Very interesting premise.
| Christopher Scott chapter 1 . 4/21/2010
Amazing story. Please write more. truly, Christopher Scott: A Gentleman Thief
| Model Builder chapter 1 . 4/2/2010
This story gives the reader a lot to think about. I got the idea that this was NOT the same Beldam that almost got Coraline and did get Wybie's great-aunt. It just makes sense that there are other Beldams are out there, preying on lonely, dissatisfied children . . . .
And we know from 'Watchmen' what Rorschach looks like without his trademark mask: his eyes are normal. Is your story set in an alternate universe, or was Rorschach lying about what he implied, trying to scare the would-be victim away from the Other Mother? (Having him swallow the key to keep her from going back was a nice, ironic touch.)
Both Watchmen were absolutely in character, and their dialogue (especially Rorschach's clipped speach,) rings true. And Nite Owl was the best choice for the story. Aside from being in-canon, since the two worked together at one point, the Comedian would have been inappropriate around children. (And as for Doctor Manhattan, well, the Beldam would not have lasted two nanoseconds against him; story over by the second paragraph.)
Well thought out. Good job.
| Previlion chapter 1 . 2/23/2010
Very intriguing, a creative and well written story.