Stormwatch, Volume 4: Reset

Stormwatch Volume Reset On their first off planet mission the new StormWatch has to prove itself but a run in with the Kollective creatures made of psychic energy who can move anywhere in time and in the universe threate

  • Title: Stormwatch, Volume 4: Reset
  • Author: Jim Starlin Yvet Guichet
  • ISBN: 9781401248413
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Paperback
  • On their first off planet mission, the new StormWatch has to prove itself, but a run in with the Kollective, creatures made of psychic energy who can move anywhere in time and in the universe, threatens to force Stormwatch to seek intergalactic criminal Lobo s help The power of the Kollective reveals secrets about Midnighter and Apollo s origin and others that threaten tOn their first off planet mission, the new StormWatch has to prove itself, but a run in with the Kollective, creatures made of psychic energy who can move anywhere in time and in the universe, threatens to force Stormwatch to seek intergalactic criminal Lobo s help The power of the Kollective reveals secrets about Midnighter and Apollo s origin and others that threaten to destroy Stormwatch from the inside out

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    1. Jim Starlin Yvet Guichet

      James P Jim Starlin is an American comic book writer and artist With a career dating back to the early 1970s, he is best known for cosmic tales and space opera for revamping the Marvel Comics characters Captain Marvel and Adam Warlock and for creating or co creating the Marvel characters Thanos and Shang Chi, Master of Kung Fu Death and suicide are recurring themes in Starlin s work Personifications of Death appeared in his Captain Marvel series and in a fill in story for Ghost Rider Warlock commits suicide by killing his future self and suicide is a theme in a story he plotted and drew for The Rampaging Hulk magazine.In the mid 1970s, Starlin contributed a cache of stories to the independently published science fiction anthology Star Reach Here he developed his ideas of God, death, and infinity, free of the restrictions of mainstream comics publishers self censorship arm, the Comics Code Authority Starlin also drew The Secret of Skull River , inked by frequent collaborator Al Milgrom, for Savage Tales 5 July 1974.When Marvel Comics wished to use the name of Captain Marvel for a new, different character, citation needed Starlin was given the rare opportunity to produce a one shot story in which to kill off a main character The Death of Captain Marvel became the first graphic novel published by the company itself In the late 1980s, Starlin began working for DC Comics, writing a number of Batman stories, including the four issue miniseries Batman The Cult Aug Nov 1988 , and the storyline Batman A Death in the Family , in Batman 426 429 Dec 1988 Jan 1989 , in which Jason Todd, the second of Batman s Robin sidekicks, was killed The death was decided by fans, as DC Comics set up a hotline for readers to vote on as to whether or not Jason Todd should survive a potentially fatal situation For DC he created Hardcore Station.

    679 thoughts on “Stormwatch, Volume 4: Reset”

    1. Editorial prelude: DC and Marvel need to learn a lesson: the job of comics publishers is NOT to seize a larger market share than Publishers Y and Z. The job of comics publishers is to publish good comics.So, DC aquires the rights ot the Wildstorm universe. Seeking to incorporate it into The New 52, the characters get a soft reboot to align with their new reality in a new universe, and DC launches Stormwatch.Fast forward about 18 months, and for some reason, the team needs yet ANOTHER shake-up. S [...]


    2. I am not overly connected to any of these characters. So when Jim Starlin came in and mixed things up by creating a new timeline with new versions I thought this could be interesting. But it often left me in confusion. Stormwatch is feeling like DCs version of the Unseen, and I feel connected to the Unseen.I get it DC is struggling to invigorate their version of cosmic. So they bring in a master of cosmic in Starlin. But Extremax reminds me too much of Thanos. And the artifact though not a glove [...]


    3. Was it really necessary to reboot this series again??? Granted, the New52 version of Stormwatch was not a masterpiece to begin with, but some of the characters had grown on me, and it never really felt directionless. This reboot to a reboot was just confusing and uncalled for and a massive disappointment considering who the author is.1.5/5


    4. Better than previous installments, but still not a must read. Jumping to a whole new timeline for ten issues was a help, switching back for a single issue was kind of a hot mess. Hopefully more old-timey Stormwatch stories continue in All Star Western.


    5. La stormwatch che conoscevamo è stata cancellata dal flusso temporale. AL suo posto c'è una nuova Stormwatch con personaggi parzialmente rinnovati (ma sempre i soliti amanti / feroci Apollo e Midnighter). La cosa che colpisce, di questo Stormwatch, è la qualità davvero infima, come se Jim Starlin avesse sceneggiato in preda alla diarrea: tutto è incredibilmente veloce, sbrigativo, semplificato. I disegni sono, al pari della sceneggiatura, al limite dell'inguardabile. Non meraviglia sapere c [...]


    6. Halo, DC? Lata 80' dzwoniły i chcą swój komiks z powrotem.Poprzednia, dobra ekipa wraca żeby chociaż ostatnie chwile przypomniały jak dużo potencjału zostało zmarnowanego. Zaraz potem seria zostaje bezlitośnie zabita.


    7. I'm kind of torn about this book. It's Stormwatch, but a different Stormwatch, with a Jenny Soul(?) instead of Jenny Quantum, and Lobo (although it was good to see the Weird in the New 52 finally; not quite as all-out strange as before, but still recognizably quirky) and missing other regular teammates. And instead of dealing with Earth, they're facing cosmic enemies, who somehow never registered on the Green Lanterns' Radar (there's a single frame referencing this, but unsatisfactorily). It's v [...]


    8. SO the last volume ends with a cliffhanger and this one starts with a retcon. Forget everything about volumes 1-3 because it is time for the all new Stormwatch after energy aliens erase the first team from existence at the dawn of time. Except once the all new story line is over that too is thrown in the waste basket and the first team is brought back to close out the volume. To say that is confusing is an understatement.


    9. Alternate reality roster for nearly the entire book, with crappier storytelling. Skip this one unless you're a completionist.


    10. It's heading in a good direction. Starlin is pretty great at space epics and he's setting a stage that might end up being darn good. But I'm not coming back for another helping.



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