The fearsome moon is here and will destroy and terrorize the planet Earth! Oh yes, that’s the planet Earth in the DC Comics Stormwatch, which has been originally created by Jim Lee.
This may be a second issue but it’s just as compelling and gripping as the first. Paul Cornwell’s Eminence of Blades character or more known as Harry Tanner, is the focus of the second issue. Tanner, in this issue merges minds with the Scourge of Worlds as the Scourge accuses Tanner of resisting him. The series has a lot of impact on readers, with the Scourge seemingly like a moon eye coming alive to destroy the earth. If you think that you already know the whole story from the older version, then you are wrong. This newer version is a one of a kind outer-limits sci fi surely only a master like Cornell can ever write.
Paul Cornwell as the writer has outstandingly formed connection between the original Stormwatch series by Jim Lee and the newer series. Furthermore, The super mythical art done by Miguel Sepulveda and Al Barrionuevo plus the words and plot of Cornell has perfectly has made accessible story-lines not only with Jim Lee’s issues but also with the related comics of Wild C.A.T.S., Ellis’ stellar Planetary and The Authority, and DC Comics’ other respected superhero roster. The Stormwatch is definitely an appropriate boast for Cornell’s aptitude for talent, which can also be found in a science fiction fantasy range series of Demon Knights.
The Stormwatch new series will be in full production sometime soon and the most surprising event to watch for in the next new issues are the lunar antibodies monstrously transforming the planet’s people, the buildings and pets. Of course the series will not be completed if the new Stormwatch will not include the blood thirsty Earth eaters, thus this is something that should be watched for as well.
All these nicely thought of plot and comic artworks are part of the new Stormwatch, thus, if you have been a fan of the original series, then you’ll find Paul Cornwell’s Stormwatch just as fascinating and intriguing as the original versions.