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The Midnighter's quest to find a cure for the Warhol-infected Apollo has led him to the strangest confrontation imaginable - against a former member of The Authority! It's the startling conclusion to Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Simon Coleby's epic run, and it'll have mind-blowing consequences for the series! Also, the creative team taking the reins with issue #18 makes a cameo debut!

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All's well...well, not quite 0

  (No Spoilers) A very satisfying end to Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning’s run.   And to top it off, Simon Coleby draws the entire issue!   Last issue seemed a little rushed because they needed to hurry up and resolve the Gamorra storyline.   Here we get a good dose of revelation at the beginning which not only answers questions presented here, but also some that were setup in the recently cancelled Stormwatch series.   It’s good to see the majority of The Authority back to full power.   Although,...

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A typically quirky and soulful ending for DnA's underrated run 0

(Some spoilers)   This issue is the last for Abnett and Lanning, who've steered this neglected gem of a series through some choppy waters.  Their run took a lot of risks, stubbornly not giving readers the firepower and flippancy they've come to expect from an Authority outing, instead giving us a team ravaged by impotence and self-doubt, struggling with its ruinous failure to build Jenny Sparks' finer world.  They got precious little thanks for it in sales terms, but DnA did an outstanding job o...

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