Stormwatch: Force of Nature #TPB

Stormwatch

Force of Nature

2000
Modern Age / USA / English
Trade Paperback / 160 pages / $14.95

Creators — View More ↓

WriterWarren Ellis
PencillerPete Woods, Tom Raney
InkerRandy Elliot
ColoristGina Going-Raney
LettererMichael Heisler, Bill O'Neil
SeparatorWildstorm FX
Cover PencillerTom Raney
Cover InkerSandra Hope
Cover ColoristLaura Depuy
PencillerMichael Ryan

Characters — View More ↓

Cannon (Mitchell Saunders)
Comanche
Swift (Shen Li-Min)
Kaizen Gamorra
Fahrenheit (Lauren Pennington)
Synergy (Christine Trelane)
Nautika (Maya Royko)
Flint (Victoria Ngengi)
Rose Tattoo
Battalion (Jackson King)
Fuji (Toshiro Misawa)
Hellstrike (Nigel Keane)
Union (Ohmen)
Undertow (Ray Bailey)
Pagan (Zarej)
Sunburst (Karl Hansen)
Prism (Nick Chaplin)
Winter (Nikolas Andreyvitch Kamarov)
Weatherman (Henry Bendix)
Jack Hawksmoor
Blademaster (Jesse)
Martin Krug
Father
Samuel John Fleisig
Kodo (Raifu Waaku)
Andrew Siva
Jenny Sparks


Plot

Seminal Warren Ellis-scripted tales of the team that would become the stars of The Authority are collected in StormWatch, Volume 1: Force of Nature. Written by Ellis (Transmetropolitan, Planetary), with art by StormWatch: Change or Die's Tom Raney - who also provides a new cover (inked by Crimson's Sandra Hope) - and Randy Elliott, Force of Nature includes the stories that introduced The Authority's Jenny Sparks and Jack Hawksmoor, as well as WildStorm's most infamous villainess, Rose Tattoo. The companion volume to Stormwatch: A Finer World, the new collection begins with StormWatch Weatherman Henry Bendix planning big changes for the group, beginning with a total reorganization of the team. Gathering new StormWatch operatives - including Jack Hawksmoor and woman of the century Jenny Sparks - the Weatherman positions himself as an international superpower, setting in motion the events that would cause the 'Watch's final demise.

Collecting: StormWatch 37-42