This was an odd one. I’m still getting used to the idea of the Wildstorm heroes being a part of the DCU, and this issue felt disjointed as a result. It still feels strange to see Martian Manhunter alongside Jack Hawskmoor, but I’m sure I’ll get used to it. It was great to see my old friends from the Authority back, I’ve missed them, and Cornell seems to have a good handle on them, he’s a British writer, so he can strike the same tone as Warren Ellis. I really liked the slightly off-kilter weird tone of this book, it looks like Stormwatch won’t be facing your typical super-villains, instead they’ll be fighting the Moon. I’m also intrigued by ‘Projectionist’, is she a new character? Her powers seem pretty unique. Miguel Sepulveda’s art is very well=suited to this book, he strives for realism, and even manages to make Martian Manhunter look real. The thing I’m most unsure of in this book is Apollo and Midnighter, are they going to be fighting against Stormwatch? What is the nature of their relationship? But I’m more than willing to see how this develops.