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They are Stormwatch, a dangerous super human police force whose existence is kept secret from the world Directly following the ominous events of SUPERMAN #1, Adam One leads half the Stormwatch team to recover the [INFORMATION REDACTED] from deep in the Himalayas. Meanwhile, Jack Hawksmoor and the rest of the Stormwatch crew look to recruit two of the deadliest super humans on the planet: Midnighter and Apollo! And if they say no? Perhaps the Martian Manhunter can change their minds...

General Notes

Superman appears in one panel of the issue but it does not count as a credited appearance as it is not actually Superman but a photo-shopped picture Projectionist finds on the Internet, depicting Apollo beating the tar out of "you-know-who" on comparethepowers.com.

The Demon Knights also appear in a single panel as a flashback to what are assumed to be previous incarnations of Stormwatch.

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How to keep a lid on a well kept secret... 0

Originally created by Jim Lee in 1993 in the Wildstorm universe, Stormwatch makes its return in DC’s New 52. Can the new Stormwatch reach the heights of its predecessors under Paul Cornell and Miguel Sepulveda?SynopsisAdam One leads part of the Stormwatch team to the Himalayas to retrieve a mysterious horn whilst the rest of Stormwatch go to Moscow to recruit Apollo. Oh yes and the Eminence of Blades is checking out what’s wrong with the moon.SPOILERS!The Good· Firstly, although I’m not familiar...

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The Authority Enters the DCU 0

For centuries they've guided the destiny of human kind from the shadows. Now that heroes have gone public will it make their jobs easier or more difficult? Adam One isn't taking any chances on the latter being the case and set's his sights on the solar powered juggernaut Apollo being his ace in the hole.The GoodI absolutely love how big Cornell's thinking with this series. This book immediately feels like it has an ambitious narrative it wants to tell with action happening in Moscow, on the moon...

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