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Stormwatch #7 (Can I have a puppy? Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Sat Mar 10, 2012 11:49 am

Paul Jenkins begins his 2-issue guest-stint, and it’s…. OK. It’s certainly a lot more like the Stormwatch/Authority of old than what Cornell was doing, it’s a shame that Cornell spent 6 issues getting us to this point and doesn’t get to write the team properly. The gravity monsters are fairly interesting villains, but the thing I liked about them most was that they appeared in Chernobyl and that we got to see Hawksmoor’s personifications of Chernobyl and Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I know some people don’t like this depiction of Hawksmoor’s powers, but I do. Ignacio Calero’s art was an odd one, at times it looked good but at others it looked really poor. As I said, this was OK, but I’m not really expecting too much from a fill-in. The real Stormwatch will kick off with #9 when Milligan takes over. At least Martian Manhunter had something to do.

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