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The earth is being eaten alive! As the unstoppable alien antibody continues consuming everything in its path, Stormwatch awakens a slumbering [information redacted] buried deep within the earth. But has the team found an ally or a threat greater than the antibody? However it plays out, the DC landscape literally will be changed forever! Plus: Don't miss a major change to the Stormwatch roster!

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Targeted here 0

The final issue of the first arc doesn’t fix anything for this series, not does it make anything particularly worse.  There is still generally a lot going on here that doesn’t have much back story to it.  For instance the power struggle for control of the team between Adam and Engineer is well handled, but hasn’t really been built up all that well to already reach a kind of crisis point here.  The character development for the other characters is well handled as well at times, though at some poi...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Who Will Avenge the Earth? Think Tony Stark Said He Would. 0

Despite having its best issue so far, Stormwatch remains a pale imitation of what it could be and what some of these characters have been. Why that is the case is made pretty clear here. What Stormwatch is trying to be exceeds the intelligence of Paul Cornell's writing.That may sound harsh at first, but I'm not commenting on Cornell's own intelligence. I'm not throwing out insults. This is about his writing and how it doesn't live up to the concepts he wants to handle. This issue features a mons...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

The Eye of the Stormwatch 0

The Good: Miguel Sepulveda is the master of drawing covers that I should not like at all, but definitely do. It's Apollo struggling to hold something up and not be dragged down. Boring? Surprisingly not. Again, he wields an interesting perspective and a great balance of elements to create a surprisingly compelling cover. Things continue the intensely climactic tone, feeling some of the most genuinely potentially catastrophic of many comics I've read lately. Things are absolutely huge, an immense...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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