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• ANDREW BENNETT’S hold over the vampires is about to collapse as STORMWATCH attacks.

Story by Joshua Hale Fialkov
Art by Andrea Sorrentino
Colors by Marcelo Maiolo
Letters by Patrick Brosseau
Cover by Clayton Crain

Price: $2.99
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  1. Hmmm….. First Batman, then JLD, now Stormwatch?!? All these guest stars are getting a little tiring, I wonder if it’s a sign that this book isn’t doing well and they are fishing for more readers. I hope that’s not the case, I’m still enjoyikng this book, but I think the crossovers only end up being a distraction. I fear this book is close to the chopping block, if things don’t improve in the coming months.

  2. To prove your point about crossovers that weigh down or become distractions look at JLI and Teen Titans crossovers. In both cases I felt they hurt what was going in the books that was just a shame. Now to contradict myself I started reading this book during the JLD crossover and kept reading it because it was so good.

  3. It’ll be interesting to see how they handle the trades of things like the JLD/I, Vampire crossover. Anyone know what the plan is for that?

  4. This book keeps getting better every month!

  5. This book to me is still the biggest suprise of the new 52, I wouldnt even touch it when I saw the douchy metro vampires on the cover of issue #1, I’d buy this book twice a month now!

  6. Well just when I thought this book was starting to bog down a bit, Fialkov and Sorrentino prove me wrong, bravo sirs. I should have know from reading his other stuff, but Fialkov is damn good at letting the audience get comortable with the staus quo, and then Bang! everything has changed. Andrea Sorrentino has done a fantastic job on every issue, let me repeat that, EVERY issue. No breaks, no fill-ins, just awesome art month after month for the whole year. The consistency really helped solidify this book, and even when I wasn’t loving the story completely; the art kept me on board, and engaged.

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