WEFOUNDSTORMWATCH IMAGE COMIC BOOK #3 1993


Stormwatch is a United Nations -sponsored superhero team in the Wildstorm Universe . Stormwatch was created by Jim Lee in 1993 . There have been several incarnations of Stormwatch with varying rosters, resources, and manifests.

Later, Ron Marz , who had worked previously on Marvel Comics ' Silver Surfer title and had developed Hal Jordan 's Green Lantern replacement Kyle Rayner at DC Comics , took on the writing chores. Concurrently, James Robinson of DC's Starman fame was writing WildC.A.T.s . Robinson and Marz, under the editorial direction of Jim Lee, entertwined the storylines of the two books over the course of several months.

Robinson's WildC.A.T.s run and Marz's Stormwatch run culminated in the WildStorm Rising crossover event, during which, the memberships of both teams were disrupted, with Stormwatch having sustained casualties and the WildC.A.T.s mistakenly believed dead. After WildStorm Rising, Alan Moore took over writing on WildC.A.T.s, and Warren Ellis took over writing Stormwatch with #37 (July 1996 ).

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Stormwatch is a United Nations -sponsored superhero team in the Wildstorm Universe . Stormwatch was created by Jim Lee in 1993 . There have been several incarnations of Stormwatch with varying rosters, resources, and manifests.

Later, Ron Marz , who had worked previously on Marvel Comics ' Silver Surfer title and had developed Hal Jordan 's Green Lantern replacement Kyle Rayner at DC Comics , took on the writing chores. Concurrently, James Robinson of DC's Starman fame was writing WildC.A.T.s . Robinson and Marz, under the editorial direction of Jim Lee, entertwined the storylines of the two books over the course of several months.

Robinson's WildC.A.T.s run and Marz's Stormwatch run culminated in the WildStorm Rising crossover event, during which, the memberships of both teams were disrupted, with Stormwatch having sustained casualties and the WildC.A.T.s mistakenly believed dead. After WildStorm Rising, Alan Moore took over writing on WildC.A.T.s, and Warren Ellis took over writing Stormwatch with #37 (July 1996 ).

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Out of the ashes of the Monitor One and Warguard disasters, John Windsor founded the Seedling program: A second generation of humans granted superpowers by the comet event (Seedlings) were used as the core of a global peacekeeping force, StormWatch, operating from a giant orbital platform named SkyWatch. The force's first superpowered field unit, StormWatch Prime, comprised Battalion ( Jackson King , son of Isiah King), Flashpoint ( Foster McClane ), Nautika ( Maya Royko ) and Sunburst ( Karl Hansen ).

Another essential early member of Stormwatch was Christine Trelane , a 'Seedling activator' with the ability to awaken or shut down superpowers in humans affected by the comet event.

Flashpoint, Nautika and Sunburst were lost on a mission in Kuwait in 1991 (towards the end of Desert Storm) and presumed dead. They were later found to have been captured by the Deathtrap and the Mercs and were rescued from Gamorra by Battalion and new team members.

Stormwatch is a United Nations -sponsored superhero team in the Wildstorm Universe . Stormwatch was created by Jim Lee in 1993 . There have been several incarnations of Stormwatch with varying rosters, resources, and manifests.

Later, Ron Marz , who had worked previously on Marvel Comics ' Silver Surfer title and had developed Hal Jordan 's Green Lantern replacement Kyle Rayner at DC Comics , took on the writing chores. Concurrently, James Robinson of DC's Starman fame was writing WildC.A.T.s . Robinson and Marz, under the editorial direction of Jim Lee, entertwined the storylines of the two books over the course of several months.

Robinson's WildC.A.T.s run and Marz's Stormwatch run culminated in the WildStorm Rising crossover event, during which, the memberships of both teams were disrupted, with Stormwatch having sustained casualties and the WildC.A.T.s mistakenly believed dead. After WildStorm Rising, Alan Moore took over writing on WildC.A.T.s, and Warren Ellis took over writing Stormwatch with #37 (July 1996 ).