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War is coming. After nearly 20 issues of slow-burning tension between shadowy power brokers that operate on earth (IO) and in space surrounding it (Skywatch), the main actors are ready to move. A familiar set of characters, however, stands in their way…stands in their way with Authority. As Skywatch descends into IO’s territory on earth, […]
Yet more maudlin wallowing in olden days from the author.
She joined the company in April.
PLUS: How Joe Quesada got banned from Batman, and Marvel almost bought WildStorm.
It’s time for a road trip in this Wednesday’s The Wild Storm #13! As Warren Ellis’ and Jon Davis-Hunt’s reimagining of the classic 90s universe continues, tensions escalate between IO, the “secret deep-state agency that runs Earth,” and Skywatch, the organization that runs space. And as their war continues, a former director of IO finds himself […]
Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch– it was the kind of pairing widescreen superhero dreams were made of. And in 1999, when The Authority was launched as a revamp of Ellis’ and Hitch’s groundwork that was laid within the second volume of Stormwatch. Thus, the cinematic era of the cape comic was born. It’s harder to […]
Alex also reviews The Wild Storm #7 and ponders Batman: The Red Death
At SDCC today, Wildstorm Comics veterans gathered to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the company, now an imprint of DC Comics. Wildstorm founder and DC co-publisher Jim Lee was joined by a team of collaborators including Ben Abernathe, Carlos D’Anda, Scott Williams, Ryan Benjamin, Sandra Hope, Lee Bermejo, Dustin Nguyen, Adam Archer, and J. Scott […]