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SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)—Who watches the watchmensch? Yes, you read that right—the comic book “Watchmen” is getting a Yiddish makeover courtesy of a British comic writer.
And in fitting with “Watchmen’s” trademark plot twists and surprising revelations, “Watchmensch” has...