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The moon has declared war on Earth, and now its emissaries have landed. All over the world these lunar antibodies have absorbed our buildings, our pets and our neighbors, crafting monstrous bodies to tear our world apart. Fighting on the front lines: new recruits Apollo and Midnighter. Plus, Harry Tanner – the Eminence of Blades – makes a play for power that threatens to cut Stormwatch in two!

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An ancient city 0

The series still doesn’t really seem to be going any place great, which is all right because it is not doing poorly at the same time either.  As the team organizes to face the alien threat there are a few interesting developments and a few which feel more just like generic comic book adventuring.  Pretty close to the beginning was actually one of the coolest parts of the series so far as Hawksmoor talks to the personifications of the cities in a weird conference call.  There is also the end to t...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

The Moon Hides the Invisible War 0

The Good: Despite not being the solicited cover, and despite being what would normally be the kind of cover I hate, this cover actually manages to work pretty well. The placement of the characters has a good balance, the titled angle and speed lines are very effective; and the asteroid used to create space for the logo gives a nice final touch. The artwork is the best yet on this series, Sepulveda has found a good balance to his style that still shows his unique touches, but is more functional t...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Revenge of the Moon! 0

(No Spoilers)THIS was the issue of Stormwatch I knew Cornell was building up to. There are some amazing concepts and some incredible action in this issue. If there are some people out there who follow the “I’ll get the first 3 issues and see where it goes” method, I hope that this issue has solidified Stormwatch as part of your monthly buys!First off, Cornell takes Jack Hawksmoor, one of the most unique characters to come out of the Wildstorm Universe, and gives a great new twist on his powers. ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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