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Apollo has fallen – and the invasion of the gravity miners rages on! As the Earth ruptures from within, Stormwatch must scramble to unravel the mystery of the unstoppable gravity miners, creatures so alien they defy the laws of science! In Stormwatch's most desperate moment, what secret from Martian Manhunter's past offers the first ray of hope in this war?



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Booyah! 0

(No Spoilers)Wow! Paul Jenkins did not waste any of his talent on this short two-issue run. It was obvious he not only set out to tell a good story, but I dare say he did a better job of it in two issues than previous writer Paul Cornell did in the previous six. I'm not trying to put down what Cornell did on the title but Jenkins did an outstanding job with what he had to work with.In interviews before he took over the title, Jenkins expressed interest in staying on the title past his two-issue ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

An invasion point 0

After a pretty good lead-in the story here loses a little bit of momentum but still finishes up nicely.  For the first time really in this series it is Jennie' turn for the spotlight and she doesn't really disappoint.  Of course as it is occurring it might not feel like it, but the writer has captured the youthful spirit of a child that knows more than she lets on.  The team here is still dealing with the problem of the gravity miners and the depleted team has to make do with what they have.  Mu...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

I'm Not a Science Major, Bro. 0

This is possibly my least favorite Stormwatch cover. A lot of the covers have been images that should not work as a cover, but are executed well enough to really impress me. This one almost gets there, but just isn't on the same level. Plus it isn't really accurate; it mentions 'Three against the Gravity Miners.' First of all, only two people went out to.... you know what? They never even really 'fought' the Gravity Miners in the direct sense, they just figured out a plan to kick them out. TWO S...

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