'Watchmen' Emmy winners explore 'missing' history and possible sequel

Los Angeles (AFP) – The creators of big Emmy winner “Watchmen,” a timely blend of superheroes and political satire that confronts US racism, say they are proud to have spotlighted the nation’s historic traumas and modern-day injustices — as fans hope for a possible follow-up.The HBO hit series, based on a seminal 1980s graphic novel, scooped up 11 Emmys at this year’s television equivalent of the Oscars, making it Sunday’s top honoree.The show opens with the 1921 Tulsa race massacre, in which up to 300 people were killed when white mobs torched a black neighborhood, but which many Americans h…

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