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The Wildstorm 25th Anniversary Project With Full Visual UPDATE &#8211 Fiona Staples Lee Bermejo Jim Lee Bryan Hitch J Scott Campbell Warren Ellis And More &#8211

The Wildstorm 25th Anniversary Project With Full Visual UPDATE – Fiona Staples, Lee Bermejo, Jim Lee, Bryan Hitch, J Scott Campbell, Warren Ellis And More –

It’s over 200 pages and will include many creators revisiting their classic work. Sean Philips - SleeperLee Bermejo - DeathblowFiona Staples - Hawksmoor Tom Raney - StormwatchJim Lee, Brandon Choi, Richard Friend - Wildcats. J Scott Campbell - Gen 13  Warren Ellis, Bryan Hitch - AuthorityBrett Booth - Backlash  It will also include pin-ups such as a Planetary piece by[...]

Midnighter Just Had A One Night Stand With Warren Ellis

Midnighter Just Had A One Night Stand With Warren Ellis

As in Warren Ellis, the co-creator of Midnighter, from Stormwatch and then The Authority Okay, he may not look like Warren Ellis does......but he does just seem to have "met" his maker So that's how the comic begins, does it continue in a sexual manner?That "spastic shots" mention might be something of concern to some but..[...]

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Is This The End For Stormwatch (UPDATE)

Is This The End For Stormwatch? (UPDATE)

February solicitations are still rolling out, but Stormwatch Vol 4: Reset , 228 pages long takes in more issues that usual, issues 19 to 28 Often a sign that the game is up and there won't be a volume 5 to take the extra issues at the end.Are we to expect a FINAL ISSUE note[...]

DC Asks Retailers To Hold Stormwatch Phantom Stranger And Catwoman This Week

DC Asks Retailers To Hold Stormwatch, Phantom Stranger And Catwoman This Week

Bleeding Cool understands that comic retailers have been asked to hold any copies of Stormwatch #24, Phantom Stranger #12 and Catwoman #23 Second Print (the one debuting Joker's Daughter) from going on sale this week.Apparently many retailers will not receive these comics this week but will only get them next week, so DC wants to[...]

Wait&#8230 Didnt We Just Get A New Lobo Origin

Wait… Didn't We Just Get A New Lobo Origin?

Over on Twitter, Rob Liefeld is pointing out that in Stormwatch #20 we got a new Lobo origin from the venerable Jim Starlin and artist Yvel Guichet. Lots of Q's about Lobo Starlin did most recent Here's 1st page of his Lobo origin in Stormwatch 20 pic.twitter.com/hxMmOvTbJ4— robertliefeld (@robertliefeld) August 24, 2013  So why is DC already[...]

Sometimes You Gotta Say WTF (Certified) &#8211 Friday Trending Topics

Sometimes You Gotta Say WTF (Certified) – Friday Trending Topics

 "If you can't say it, you can't do it," indeed.[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=geDCtBQeN8c[/youtube] Most-Read Comic Stories Today - WTF Certified First Of The DC WTF Covers Revealed - Jim Starlin's Stormwatch Gives Us A New 52 Reboot? - Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors Jim Starlin posted the full gatefold for Stormwatch #19 on his Facebook page[...]




Red Lanterns #10 &#8211 The Return Of One Punch

Red Lanterns #10 – The Return Of One Punch!

In the Giffen/DeMatteis Justice League, there is one scene that will stand throughout comics history. The time when Batman took down Guy Gardner Green Lantern with one punch. Indeed "one punch" has become a mantra for some. Today, in Red Lanterns #10, we get a return to that with Batman stand-in Midnighter. And a certain […]

Review Sunday &#8211 Stormwatch #9

Review Sunday – Stormwatch #9

Eliot Cole reads Stormwatch  #9 by Peter Milligan and Miguel Sepulveda for Bleeding Cool;This issue of Stormwatch contains a lot of elements of what has made the current series really rather excellent, but seems to be missing it’s heart I'm not entirely sure what it is, but it could be the lack of introspection all[...]

Did Stormwatch #5 Give Us A Glimpse Of The Justice Society

Did Stormwatch #5 Give Us A Glimpse Of The Justice Society?

We've mentioned before how Stormwatch is meant to be one of the key books of the New DC 52 continuity It's the book where Pandora's identity and importance will be revealed, and it looks key to many other stories too From just one panel in Stormwatch #5.We know that Stormwatch is the future of the[...]

Reach Of Daemonites In The DC New 52 Goes Further

Reach Of Daemonites In The DC New 52 Goes Further

We'd already seen mention of the Wildstorm alien race, the shape-shifting Daemonites, in the Wildstorm-originated books Stormwatch, Grifter and Voodoo.But this week's DC Comics All Access editorial page states that the Daemonite influence will also extend to Demon Knights, which makes some sense as it's the prototype in the past for Stormwatch in the present,[...]

Speculator Corner: Bottoming Out On The DCU New 52

One international team that is doing well is Stormwatch, with sales of Stormwatch #1 going for $9.99 and $7.39 in two sales over the past week.As Rich reported last month, Batgirl #1 had hit a high of $6 but was coming back down There were three sales over the weekend for $5, but there were[...]

Thirteen Thoughts About Thirteen DC New 52 #3 Comics – Action Comics Animal Man Stormwatch Detective Comics Green Arrow OMAC Men Of War Batwing Red Lanterns Hawk And Dove Static Shock Swamp Thing and Justice League International

Thirteen Thoughts About Thirteen DC New 52 #3 Comics – Action Comics, Animal Man, Stormwatch, Detective Comics, Green Arrow, OMAC, Men Of War, Batwing, Red Lanterns, Hawk And Dove, Static Shock, Swamp Thing and Justice League International

Yaaah! But it's all just rather clever.Stormwatch #3 Jack Hawksmoor always talked to cities Now he does so in a rather anthropomorphic fashion And they are all women Stormwatch has really come on since that horrible halfway house of a first issue The second and the third seem to fit far more with the potential[...]

The Changing Martian Manhunter Of Stormwatch #1 (UPDATE)

Last month, Bleeding Cool ran a Swipe File, looking at the similarities between the Martian Manhunter creature of Stormwatch #1 and the Syfy movie Mongolian Death Worm.It looks like DC Comics may have taken it to heart Because here is the page, as seen in the second print of Stormwatch #1, out yesterday.I wonder if..[...]

Swipe File: Syfy Vs Stormwatch #1

Swipe File: Syfy Vs Stormwatch #1

On the left, the cover to the DVD of the Syfy movie, Mongolian Death Worm, which is about as good as it sounds.And the big splashy page from Stormwatch #1 drawn by Miguel Sepulveda.In Swipe File we present two or more images that resemble each other to some degree They may be homages,[...]

Tuesday Comics Reviews: Stormwatch Batgirl Batwing Animal Man Detective Comics Action Comics Men Of War Swamp Thing JLI Green Arrow OMAC Hawk &#038 Dove Static Shock

Tuesday Comics Reviews: Stormwatch, Batgirl, Batwing, Animal Man, Detective Comics, Action Comics, Men Of War, Swamp Thing, JLI, Green Arrow, OMAC, Hawk & Dove, Static Shock

They've also done a review podcast which should be up around now...So, what do we have?Stormwatch #1 by Paul Cornell and Miguel Sepulveda.Possibly the most disappointing of the first week of titles A title steeped in Warren Ellis, and Micah Wright Stormwatch, this feels like the blandest possible reinterpretation of those comics The Stormwatch that[...]