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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 3 years 20 weeks ago

Paul Jenkins Writing Stormwatch #7 & 8; Cornell Off With #6

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DC announced that Paul Jenkins, the Batman: Dark Knight ongoing writer, will come onboard Stormwatch for a two parter beginning with Stormwatch #7 in March 2012.

Update: Paul Cornell tweeted that he is off the book:

I’ll be staying on Demon Knights and Saucer Country, but 6 is my last issue of Stormwatch. Thanks, everyone. Good luck to Paul Jenkins.

Hey! Any chance DnA might come on board?!

Via DC:

When a scientific experiment tears a hole in the barrier between dimensions, miners from a forbidden universe arrive to steal Earth’s gravity! Can Stormwatch—with their ranks depleted after recent cataclysmic events—find a way to repel alien excavators that shred our reality with every touch?
 
“The Stormwatch crew can’t ever catch a break — no simple threats like bloodthirsty monsters or world-dominating supervillains to stop, it’s always some mind-cracking knot that Apollo, Midnighter and the rest of the crew have to untie,” says editor Pat McCallum. “This time out, Stormwatch have to solve the puzzle of dimension-stepping gravity miners, creatures so alien they’re not even technically alive. The last stand of humanity or, as Stormwatch calls it, ‘Monday.’”
 
Stormwatch #4 is also on-sale today.
 
Stormwatch #7 cover:

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