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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?

Written by Paul Jenkins
Pencilled by Daniel Horn & Ignacio Calero
Inked by Sean Parsons & Daniel Horn
Lettered by Rob Leigh
Colored by Peter Pantazis
Cover by Miguel Sepulveda & Alex Sinclair

Price: $2.99
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  1. Super threating attacks is what this group is supposed to handle from intradimensional to interdimensional. They have had some very good issues and the last one was probably their best so far. There are three members on this team I could do without very quickly and I don’t even rember their names:
    The guy that talks to cities
    The girl who can hook up to the internet without anything attached to her
    and who is this little girl they have??
    These three are the weakest link….good bye!!


    • I agree with 2 out of 3. I think the guy who talks to cities has had some strong moments so far and makes me want to see more.

  2. I also just heard O.M.A.C. and Batwing are going to JLI and I really can’t stand either one of these characters. I like MM in this title with Apollo and Midnighter so I think they should make a trade. That would make the JLI a super power; O.M.A.C. and Batwing for Apollo, Midnighter and MM. Ok the JLI will throw in Genral Iron Pants also. That would be fantastic……………..


  3. But … this is the team. It’s already an amalgam of Authority and Stormwatch. We don’t get to swap characters eight issues in. They aren’t trading cards.

    Jack Hawksmoor does more than just talk to cities. He’s an incredibly original character, and a pretty cool dude to boot. The Projectionist can monitor the every kind of transmision simultaneously. Not a bad asset to have on your team. And Jenny Quantum is the corporeal Spirit of the 21st Century. Her powers are SUPPOSED to be a mystery. They’re “based on 21st century physics, whatever they turn out to be.” All three are far from the “weakest links” (ugh). Are you guys reading the book?

    @Flash923: Do you really want everything delivered on a silver platter within the first two stories? There has to be some kind of long term storytelling. This is a team that basically protects the new Multiverse, and resides in the new Bleed. They have some seriously heavy hitters amongst them, with some incredibly mysterious and varied backgrounds. There’s bound to be some questions. Someone like Batwing has no place on this team. And OMAC would just be their version of the Hulk; a weapon they can wind up and aim. He has nothing to contribute.

    Personally I think this and Frankenstein has the most potential of the New 52, and I hope it can stay afloat on the sales chart long enough to explore some of the threads that have been woven into place.

  4. This was surprisingly not terrible. I enjoy the interaction with the ship in particular.

  5. Different strokes for different folks and all that, but for me this has been one of the most consistently good titles of the entire relaunch, even through the writer change. Looking forward to the future.

  6. 3! I like this at some points thru out the issue and then it loses me. I am really not sure how to describe it; like I have stated before I like MM, Apollo, Midnighter and even The Engineer however; everyone else not so much.


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