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by Various,Warren Ellis

  • ISBN: 1401237258
  • Category: Comics & Graphic
  • Author: Various,Warren Ellis
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: DC Comics (June 18, 2013)
  • Pages: 384 pages
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  • Rating: 4.4
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Along with Stormwatch Vol. 1 essentials Warren Ellis reading in his Prime. Prequal to Jenny Sparks taking Stormwatch Black and becoming the Authority. Also the origins and 1st appearances of Apollo and the Midnighter !

Along with Stormwatch Vol. Prequal to Jenny Sparks taking Stormwatch Black and becoming the Authority Personally I love the fact that he resembles Charles Xavier from the X-Men so he is like an evil mirror of that comics icon. The second highpoint is the debut of Midnighter and Apollo with the art of Bryan Hitch. Again Mr Ellis is subverting the comics convention with the two characters being a distortion of two of the biggest comic icons with a delicious spin to it. Great content but with A GLARING GAP. Shame on you DC, Shame on you.

Stormwatch Vol. 2 book. There is a lot of conflict between the United Nations sanctioned Storm Watch and various nations that drives a lot of the plot

Stormwatch Vol. Warren Ellis concludes his run on Stormwatch, redefining the team and introducing new members, including the powerhouse Apollo and brutal Midnighter. There is a lot of conflict between the United Nations sanctioned Storm Watch and various nations that drives a lot of the plot. It also delves into the idea of superheroes as being societal crutches that address symptoms of issues but never the root causes.

Warren Ellis concludes his run on Stormwatch, redefining the team and introducing new members, including the powerhouse Apollo and brutal Midnighter. But when disaster strikes in the form of alien creatures, can the team survive? Plus, Warren Ellis introduces the concept of The Bleed, the fabric between realities that becomes a major aspect of the Wildstorm and DC Universe! This volume collects Stormwatch Volume 1 and Stormwatch Volume 2 Format Paperback 384 pages.

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Stormwatch vol 2 s/c back. Warren Ellis & Tom Raney, Bryan Hitch, various Appropriately this book begins and ends with blonde Brit iconoclast Jenny Sparks whose middle name is so evidently Attitude. Warren Ellis & Tom Raney, Bryan Hitch, various. With THE AUTHORITY VOL 1 Warren Ellis terraformed it, so paving the way for Millar & Hitch's THE ULTIMATES, the very pinnacle of the superhero science-fiction subgenre including - I kid you not - WATCHMEN. But the changes, they begin here and it is fascinating to watch. It is a series packed full of political intrigue, international espionage, strategy, subterfuge and personal betrayal. Appropriately this book begins and ends with blonde Brit iconoclast Jenny Sparks whose middle name is so evidently Attitude.

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Ellis continued to write the book into Stormwatch volume 2, until the August 1998 WildC. s/Aliens crossover (also written by Ellis) which saw the Stormwatch team decimated by xenomorphs (the creatures from the Alien film series)

Ellis continued to write the book into Stormwatch volume 2, until the August 1998 WildC. s/Aliens crossover (also written by Ellis) which saw the Stormwatch team decimated by xenomorphs (the creatures from the Alien film series)

Warren Ellis concludes his run on Stormwatch, redefining the team and introducing new members including the powerhouse Apollo and brutal Midnighter.

Warren Ellis concludes his run on Stormwatch, redefining the team and introducing new members including the powerhouse Apollo and brutal Midnighter. But when disaster strikes in the form of alien creatures, can the team survive? Plus, Ellis introduces the concept of The Bleed, the fabric between realities that becomes a major aspect of the Wildstorm and DC Universe!, Collecting STORMWATCH 49 and Art by: Paul Neary, Bryan Hitch, Various, Oscar Jimenez, Randy Elliott, Tom Raney.

Warren Ellis concludes his run on Stormwatch, redefining the team and introducing new members, including the powerhouse Apollo and brutal Midnighter. But when disaster strikes in the form of aliens creatures, can the team survive? Plus, Warren Ellis introduces the concept of The Bleed, the fabric between realities that becomes a major aspect of the Wildstorm and DC Universe!This volume collects Stormwatch Vol. 1 #48-50 and Stormwatch Vol. 2 #1-11.
Reviews about Stormwatch Vol. 2 (7):
Conjulhala
I was surprised and disappointed to find this collection does not include the WildC.A.T.S./Aliens crossover, which is vital to the Stormwatch story and takes place between the last two issues of the old Stormwatch series. Because of this, the last major development of Ellis' Stormwatch run now occurs "off-camera." There is no clear listing on the product page of what this hardcover includes, but DC's recent release plans for Stormwatch and Authority hardcovers implied that the books would completely replace the old Warren Ellis / Mark Millar paperback collections. Presumably some problem with licensing the Aliens from Fox for the reprint caused this, but since this issue was resolved before in the paperback collection, I don't see why an agreement couldn't be made. It's puzzling that DC published the book like this.
Timberahue
Stormwatch Volume Two is a solid read that mostly serves to set up Warren Ellis' potentially more famous series The Authority. With Henry Bendix's Weatherman revealed on the run, Stormwatch reconfigures itself to better serve the world and combat major threats. One of the first is a new team that threatens to remake the world and ruin the status quo. While their hearts are in the right place, the team immediately runs afoul of Bendix' Stormwatch and leads to one hell of a clash. The series also sets up classic Wildstorm characters like Apollo and Midnighter as well as the precursors to the Engineer and the Doctor from the Authority. The major downside of the volume, sadly, is the truncated ending. Stormwatch as a series ended with a major shakeup event, but the event itself isn't included in this book. Thus we transition from the main series (which is still a great read) to a sudden and jarring epilogue chapter that recaps what happened in the unseen event. We learn that Stormwatch took on a major enemy force (the xenomorphs of the Alien franchise actually) and lost a ton of supporting characters like Fuji and Winter. This decimation sets the stage for the end of the organization and their replacement by the Authority, but it is still frustrating that the Wildcats/Aliens crossover wasn't included since it A) sounds insane and B) is incredibly hard to find these days if you want to read it and find out what really happened to Stormwatch.
Diab
Imagine if the avengers we’re all grown up and written for an adult audience. That is pretty much what the Authority is.

The artwork is brilliant very clear and it’s the realistic style that I really like. The story isWarren Ellis what else can I say.
Perius
This trade is better than vol. 1 (which is good). The quality of the writing, art, binding and pages make it well worth the purchase price. The story wraps up the end of Stormwatch and prepares the reader for The Authority, which is a fantastic series.

There is a crossover that is missing here and should be in the trade. The story is still good without it, but it really ends much too quickly (but then, I was reading this as an Authority prequel, rather than as a set of independent stories).

Apollo and Midnighter are introduced in this collection. The writing and art work in harmony in their scenes.

Warren Ellis has improved his writing since the first volume of this series, and he experiments with the limits and gray areas of power. It is well done.
Budar
Everything I expected until the last few pages cut to a graveyard. "And then everyone died."

Apparently there are some critical issues that were omitted there. Disappointing.
Varshav
Thanks to everyone who spoke out about the Wildcats/Aliens crossover being missing. I was able to buy it at cover price on eBay and enjoyed the complete story. Luckily, I checked the reviews before buying, so I knew I had to get the missing chapter. Loved this book!
And I will always check the reviews from now on, as I would've never known about Wildcats/Aliens issue. Thanks to all who posted!
Voodoozragore
Along with Stormwatch Vol. 1 essentials Warren Ellis reading in his Prime. Prequal to Jenny Sparks taking Stormwatch Black and becoming the Authority. Also the origins and 1st appearances of Apollo and the Midnighter !
I have the existing paperback collections but could not resist switching to a hardcover. Little did I expect this would be a downgrade. As other reviews have highlighted one of the keys from this run WildCATS/Alien crossover is omitted while it was included in the original paperbacks - so know you are left with an uncomfortable lurch between the second last and last chapter in this collection. If this was included this would a five star review and I do not like knocking the work of Messrs Ellis, Raney, Ryan, Jimenez and Hitch on the basis of an obvious publisher decision - but I am knocking this right down.
First highlight for me is the first part of this book with "Change or Die" where the Weatherman's real agenda is revealed. Personally I love the fact that he resembles Charles Xavier from the X-Men so he is like an evil mirror of that comics icon.
The second highpoint is the debut of Midnighter and Apollo with the art of Bryan Hitch. Again Mr Ellis is subverting the comics convention with the two characters being a distortion of two of the biggest comic icons with a delicious spin to it.
Great content but with A GLARING GAP.
Shame on you DC, Shame on you.

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