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    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 0P

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  • Issue #1
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 1
    • Signed by artist Scott Clark with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Created and written by Brandon Choi and Jim Lee. Art by Scott Clark and Trevor Scott. They are StormWatch, the world's most elite anti-terrorist super powered strike force. There's Battalion, field commander, empowered with psionics and armed with a battlesuit that gives him the firepower of his namesake. Fuji is a mountain of a man from Japan whose super human strength is only matched by his great heart. Diva is a South American beauty with alabaster skin and a scream that can literally shatter steel. Hellstrike is super-fast and can project powerful force bolts. Winter, a hero from Russia, can absorb and manipulate massive amounts of energy. And residing over them all, high above in the orbiting space station Skywatch, is the Weatherman, a cybernetically enhanced commander with eyes all over the world, ever vigilant and uncompromising when it comes to planet Earth's safety. When Battalion's younger brother gets caught in the crossfire in a battle between StormWatch and their malevolent counterparts the Mercs, the young man's life will never be the same again. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: 1st appearance of Battalion, Synergy, Winter, Fuji, Hellstrike, Strafe, Diva and Weatherman One (Henry Bendix). Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1GOLD
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 1GOLD

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  • Issue #2
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 2

    "Once More into the Breach…!" Created and written by Brandon Choi and Jim Lee. Art by Scott Clark and Trevor Scott. Cover by Jim Lee. After a tragedy saw the demise of his first team (see StormWatch #0), Battalion is ready to call it quits, but after his younger brother's latent superhuman powers are activated, Battalion finds himself pulled back to active duty. Plus, meet Cannon, young brash and a walking time bomb. And he's gunning for Battalion's command. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: 1st appearance of Cannon and Fahrenheit. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #3
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 3

    Created and written by Brandon Choi and Jim Lee. Art by Scott Clark and Trevor Scott. Cover by Jim Lee. Cannon's team fell before the superior might of the mysterious stranger attacking the Chernobyl Nuclear Reactor. Now, StormWatch One steps up to meet the challenge, but are they prepared for what they will find? Meanwhile, Malcolm, Battalion's younger brother, meets his instructor. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: 1st appearance of Backlash. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #4
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 4

    Created and plotted by Brandon Choi and Jim Lee. Written by Sean Ruffner. Art by Brett Booth and Trevor Scott. . Backlash teaches a valuable lesson about combat to the young recruits Malcolm, Battalion's younger brother, and the brash young hero Cannon. Meanwhile, a group of aliens invade Skywatch and unleash the horrible power of the Warguard back into the world. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #5
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 5

    Created and plotted by Brandon Choi and Jim Lee. Written by Sean Ruffner. Art by Brett Booth and Trevor Scott. The Warguard, a group of meta-humans so powerful, dangerous, and utterly uncontrollable, are a Doomsday Weapon to be unleashed only against the most dangerous foes. Now a cadre of Daemonites has taken control of three members of the Warguard and the only thing standing in their way is StormWatch. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #6
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 6

    Created and plotted by Brandon Choi and Jim Lee. Written by Sean Ruffner. Art by Scott Clark and Trevor Scott. Get to know the brave members of StormWatch, the world's elite super human anti-terrorists strike force! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #7
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 7

    Created and plotted by Brandon Choi and Jim Lee. Written by Brandon Choi. Art by Scott Clark and Trevor Scott. StormWatch has received word that StormWatch Prime may still be alive. Battalion will do anything to make up for past mistakes. Even it means walking into the Mercs' trap. Finally, learn what really happened that dark day in Kuwait when StormWatch Prime fell. Includes a pin-up of Winter by Trevor Scott. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #8
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 8

    Guest-starring Ripclaw. Story by Brandon Choi, Jim Lee and H.K. Proger. Art by Scott Clark, Jim Lee and Trevor Scott. The Native American hero from Cyber Force, Ripclaw, must team-up with StormWatch to save the life of a potential. Includes a pin-up of Battalion, Hellstrike and Ripclaw by Scott Clark and Trevor Scott. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #9
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 9

    Story by H.K. Proger. Art by Ryan Benjamin. For months StormWatch Prime was held captive and tortured. That would take its toll on even the most stalwart of heroes. Has Sunburst lost his mind or is there something else at play here? Meanwhile, the arch fiend Defile plots the team's destruction. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: The events of this tale continue in StormWatch #25. Yes, that's correct. A mysterious stranger arrives in the present to take Battalion into the near future to help against an adversary no one else can stop. StormWatch #25 is part of Image Comics Image of Tomorrow event. Here the Image titles jumped several issues into the future to show the readers a glimpse of where the titles are heading. After StormWatch #9, the series jumped ahead to #25 then the following month picked up with #10. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #10A
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 10A

    Story by Ron Marz. Art by Dwayne Turner. This story picks up after the events of StormWatch #25 (see NOTE). Battalion has seen the future. He has seen friends fallen and knows that he himself is destined to die in the near future. How can a man go on knowing the dark future he has in store? Meanwhile, Talos, a member of the dangerous Warguard has escaped and it's up to StormWatch to stop him. Includes a pin-up of StormWatch by Dan Norton and Chuck Gibson. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: Yes, that's correct. A mysterious stranger arrives in the present to take Battalion into the near future to help against an adversary no one else can stop. StormWatch #25 is part of Image Comics Image of Tomorrow event. Here the Image titles jumped several issues into the future to show the readers a glimpse of where the titles are heading. After StormWatch #9, the series jumped ahead to #25 then the following month picked up with #10. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #10B
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 10B

    Whilce Portacio variant cover Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #11
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 11

    Story by Ron Marz. Art by Matt Broome and Trevor Scott. StormWatch returns from yet another successful mission only to find that things are not all that great at home. Plus, tensions are rising between Battalion and Flashpoint. Plus, as one member of the team leaves, another's condition could prove fatal to the rest. Includes a pin-up by Jeff Rebner. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #12
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 12

    Story by Ron Marz. Art by Matt Broome and Trevor Scott. Synergy takes on the role of Weatherman! Meanwhile, Hellstrike evolves into a new form. Includes a pin-up by Anthony Vu and Chuck Gibson. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #13
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 13

    Story by Ron Marz. Art by Matt Broome and Trevor Scott. Can Winter and a neophyte team of StormWatch recruits take down the mechanical monstrosity known as Yevgarf? Get ready to witness the incredible limits of Winter's powers. Meanwhile, Synergy, Fuji, and Hellstrike all get new looks. Includes a pin-up by Tom McWeeny. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #14
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 14

    Story by Ron Marz. Art by Matt Broome, Joe Phillips and Trevor Scott. Diva and Cannon's burgeoning romance hits a skid when they don't see eye-to-eye on the battle field. Meanwhile, in order to change the horrible events of the future (he witnessed in StormWatch #25), will Battalion commit murder? Includes a pin-up by Andy Smith and Digital Chameleon. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #15
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 15

    Story by Ron Marz. Art by Matt Broome and Trevor Scott. The tension between Battalion and Flashpoint reaches its boiling point and the two former friends cross swords. Meanwhile, Diva and Cannon try to pick up the pieces of their shattered relationship. Includes a pin-up by Bobby Rubio, Jason Martin and Robert Chong. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #16
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 16

    Story by Ron Marz. Art by Matt Broome and Trevor Scott. StormWatch is dispatched to take down a Kherubim behemoth armed with a nuclear device that could murder millions. In this issue, one member of StormWatch will fall. Plus, more secrets revealed about the mysterious time-traveler, Timespan. Includes a Battalion pin-up Gallery with 7 pin-ups. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #17
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 17

    Story by Ron Marz. Art by Matt Broome, Ryan Benjamin, and Dan Norton. Battalion is dead. And all the clues are pointing to the WildC.A.T.s as the ones responsible. As two of the Wildstorm Universe's elite super teams stand poised for an epic battle, an arch fiend plots both their demises. Featuring the back-up tale "Loose Cannon: Part 1 of 3!" Starring Cannon. Written by Ron Marz. Art by Jeff Rebner and Chuck Gibson. Includes a pin-up by Pop Mhan and Chuck Gibson. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #18
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 18

    Part 1 of 2 - Story by Ron Marz. Art by Matt Broome and Pop Mhan. As the team mourns the passing of one of their own and plots their next move against the WildC.A.T.s, Synergy is captured by the nefarious sorcerer Argos. Featuring the back-up tale "Loose Cannon: Part 2 of 3!" Starring Cannon. Written by Ron Marz. Art by Jeff Rebner and Chuck Gibson. Includes a pin-up by Allen Im and Chuck Gibson. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #19
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 19

    Part 2 of 2 - Story by Ron Marz. Art by Matt Broome, John Holdredge and Chuck Gibson. Synergy stands alone in a showdown with the sinister Argos. Hope she survives! Featuring the back-up tale "Loose Cannon: Part 3 of 3!" Starring Cannon. Written by Ron Marz. Art by Jeff Rebner and Peter Gross. Includes Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #20
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 20

    Part 1 of 2 - Story by Ron Marz. Art by Matt Broome, Mel Rubi and Chuck Gibson. StormWatch heads to the Ukraine to take on the techno terror known as M.A.D.-1. But this time Bendix, the former Weathman-1, will be joining them in the field. Will this be an asset, or a liability? Featuring the back-up tale "Cross Currents!" Starring Undertow. Written by Steven T. Seagle. Art by Michael Lopez and Gary Martin. 32 pages, FC Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #21
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 21

    Misprint on cover; actually is # 21 - Part 2 of 2 - Story by Ron Marz. Art by Terry Shoemaker, Jon Holdredge and Randy Elliot. StormWatch concludes their caper in the Ukraine. Then they finally catch up with the WildC.A.T.s, the people they hold responsible for the death of Battalion. That confrontation continues in the pages of Wildstorm Rising (1995) #1. Featuring the back-up tale "Tagged!" Starring Pagan. Written by Steven T. Seagle. Art by pop Mhan and Chuck Gibson. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #22
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 22
    Published May 1995 by Image.

    WildStorm Rising: Part 9 – Guest-starring the WildC.A.T.s, Union, and Backlash. Story by Ron Marz. Art by Renato Arlem and Robert Jones. Cover by Barry Windsor-Smith. Story continued from Backlash (1994) #8. It's all coming to a head as the greatest heroes of the Wildstorm Universe face off with the devious Hellspont and the sinister Lord Defile with the fate of the world hanging in the balance. Story concludes in Wildstorm Rising (1995) #2. Meanwhile, the governments of the world may have just sealed everyone's fate by releasing the Doomsday Weapons known as the Warguard into the world. Will the immensely powerful and dangerous Despot and his Warguard save the day, or seek revenge? Includes a pin-up by David Williams and Mike Miller. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #23
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 23

    Part 1 of 5 - Story by Ron Marz. Art by Renato Arlem and Robert Jones. Cover by Scott Clark. After the apparent demise of the WildC.A.T.s (see Wildstorm Rising #2), Spartan joins the team. Meanwhile, to deal with the world endangering events of Wildstorm Rising, the UN may have unleashed an even greater evil upon the world. The immensely powerful Despot and his uber dangerous Warguard walk the earth once more and not even StormWatch may be able to stop them this time. In this issue, one member of the team will betray them and another member of StormWatch dies! Includes a pin-up by Darryl Banks and Al Vey. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: Unbeknownst to Spartan, the WildC.A.T.s did survive the explosion and their space-faring adventures continue in the pages of WildC.A.T.s Covert Action Teams (1992) #21. – Odinson, Lone Star Comics Archivist NOTE: Don't miss: Stormwatch ashcan (supplement to Wizard) # 23-1/2 that takes place after this issue and leads into issue # 24 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #24
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 24

    Part 2 of 5 - Story by Ron Marz. Art by Renato Arlem and Robert Jones. Cover by Scott Clark. Diva is dead. Strafe has betrayed the team and joined Despot's evil ranks. And Spartan assumes command of StormWatch. This is the moment that leads into the unbelievable Image Event – Images of Tomorrow. Includes a pin-up by Allen Im and Mike Miller. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #25A
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 25A

    1st printing - Part 3 of 5 – Images of Tomorrow - Story by Steve Seagle. Art by Scott Clark and Trevor Scott. * NOTE: The events of this issue pick up immediately following the events of StormWatch #9 and 24. * A mysterious time-traveler has brought Battalion one year into the future, just in time to witness Skywatch fall from the sky. Amongst the wreckage, Battalion discovers his team in shambles and a damaged Spartan, a member of WildC.A.T.s. , leading the team. As the truth of what is happening unfolds before him, Battalion suddenly comes face-to-face with his father, the vile Despot and leader of the Doomsday Weapons known as Warguard. Diva is dead and Jackson's little brother, Malcolm has betrayed the team. Despot has plans for world domination. Plus, who is the mysterious figure that appears on the final page, a friend or foe? 32 pages, FC. NOTE: Even though the cover date says June 1995, this issue actually was published May 1994. StormWatch #25 is part of Image Comics Images of Tomorrow event. Here the Image titles jumped several issues into the future to show the readers a glimpse of where the titles are heading. After StormWatch #9, the series jumped ahead to #25 then the following month picked up with #10. Now the continuation of that time-traveling tale can finally be revealed. – Odinson, Lone Star Comics Archivist NOTE: This is the 1st printing dated June 1995. 2nd printing is dated August 1995. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #25B
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 25B

    2nd printing - Part 3 of 5 – Images of Tomorrow - Story by Steve Seagle. Art by Scott Clark and Trevor Scott. * NOTE: The events of this issue pick up immediately following the events of StormWatch #9 and 24. * A mysterious time-traveler has brought Battalion one year into the future, just in time to witness Skywatch fall from the sky. Amongst the wreckage, Battalion discovers his team in shambles and a damaged Spartan, a member of WildC.A.T.s. , leading the team. As the truth of what is happening unfolds before him, Battalion suddenly comes face-to-face with his father, the vile Despot and leader of the Doomsday Weapons known as Warguard. Diva is dead and Jackson's little brother, Malcolm has betrayed the team. Despot has plans for world domination. Plus, who is the mysterious figure that appears on the final page, a friend or foe? 32 pages, FC. NOTE: Even though the cover date says June 1995, this issue actually was published May 1994. StormWatch #25 is part of Image Comics Images of Tomorrow event. Here the Image titles jumped several issues into the future to show the readers a glimpse of where the titles are heading. After StormWatch #9, the series jumped ahead to #25 then the following month picked up with #10. Now the continuation of that time-traveling tale can finally be revealed. – Odinson, Lone Star Comics Archivist NOTE: This is the 2nd printing, dated August 1995. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #26
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 26

    Part 4 of 5 - Story by H.K. Proger. Art by Renato Arlem and Robert Jones. The vile Despot has dismantled StormWatch and pulled Skywatch out of the heavens. With the team beaten and battered, the only one that can stop this madman is…Battalion?! But Battalion is dead, right?! At last, the continuation of the events from Images of Tomorrow can finally be revealed. Includes a pin-up by Terry Shoemaker and Jon Holdredge. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #27
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 27

    Part 5 of 5 – "And in the End…!" Story by Jeff Mariotte. Art by Ron Lim and Robert Jones. StormWatch has fallen! Only two heroes remain standing. It's Battalion and Spartan vs. the nigh unstoppable might of Despot with the fate of the world hanging in the balance, and in order to save the day, one of our heroes will have to make the ultimate sacrifice! Includes a pin-up by Terry Shoemaker and Jon Holdredge. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #28
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 28

    Story by Jeff Mariotte. Art by Ron Lim and Robert Jones. Introducing the New StormWatch. From the ashes of the old team a new team of recruits from around the world is born. But are these rookies ready for challenges lying ahead of them? Includes a pin-up by Jeff Rebner and Pam Eklund. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: 1st appearance of Flint and Swift. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #29
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 29

    Tango Atlántico: Part 1 of 5 - Story by Jeff Mariotte. Art by Ron Lim and Robert Jones. The rookies of the New StormWatch take their lumps and earn their stripes. Featuring a back-up tale starring Fuji. Written by Barbara Kesel. Art by Mike Miller and Randy Elliot. Includes a pin-up by Terry Shoemaker and Jon Holdredge. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #30
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 30

    Tango Atlántico: Part 2 of 5 - Story by H.K. Proger. Art by Renato Arlem and Robert Jones. Battalion meets the new recruits. But when the rookies are sent on a mission, the caper quickly turns into a massacre! Includes a back-up story starring Synergy. Written by Barbara Kesel. Art by Mike Miller. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #31
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 31

    Tango Atlántico: Part 3 of 5 - Story by H.K. Proger. Art by Renato Arlem and Robert Jones. It's the return of the StormWatch 1! The rookies have fallen into a trap causing some of them their lives. Can Battalion and his team extract them and stop a madman from detonating a nuclear device? 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #32
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 32

    Tango Atlántico: Part 4 of 5 - Story by H.K. Proger. Art by Renato Arlem and Robert Jones. StormWatch races against the clock to stop a madman from detonating a nuclear device and come face-to-face with Heaven's Fist, the team of villains that took out the StormWatch recruits. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #33
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 33

    Tango Atlántico: Part 5 of 5 - Story by H.K. Proger. Art by Renato Arlem and Robert Jones. It's StormWatch vs. Heaven's Fist with the fate of millions hanging in the balance. If Battalion and his team fail, Paris, France will be destroyed in nuclear fire! Includes a pin-up by Terry Shoemaker and Jon Holdredge. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #34
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 34

    Story by H.K. Proger. Art by Renato Arlem and Jose Pimentel. StormWatch faces the danger of the Death Patrol. Plus, the launch of Skywatch 2. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #35
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 35
    Published Apr 1996 by Image.

    Fire from Heaven: Chapter 5 – Guest-starring WetWorks and Gen13. Story by Drew Bittner. Art by Renato Arlem and Jose Pimentel. Story continued from WetWorks (1994 1st Series Image) #16. A misunderstanding leads to a throwdown between Battalion and Colonel Dane of WetWorks. Story continues in Sigma (1996) #2. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #36
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 36
    Published Jun 1996 by Image.

    Fire from Heaven: Chapter 12 – Guest-starring WildC.A.T.s, WetWorks, Union and Gen13. Story by Drew Bittner. Art by Renato Arlem and Jose Pimentel. Story continued from WetWorks (1994 1st Series Image) #17. The greatest heroes of the Wildstorm Universe have assembled to save mankind, but things take a turn for the worse when a longtime member of StormWatch suddenly betrays the team. The feud between Battalion and Flashpoint will finally be settled with extreme prejudice. Story continues in WildC.A.T.s Covert Action Teams (1992) #30. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #37
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 37

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    Giant-Sized Issue – Fire from Heaven: Epilogue - Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. An amazing new era of StormWatch excitement begins as the much talked-about creative team of Warren Ellis, Tom Raney and Randy Elliot debuts! The team gets a new field leader. New members join. Some old members leave. One member dies! (And Diva is still NOT coming back!) 48 pages, FC. NOTE: 1st appearance of Jenny Sparks, Jack Hawksmoor, and Rose Tattoo. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #38
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 38

    Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. In the aftermath of the battle with the extra-dimensional Damocles (see Fire from Heaven Crossover), Weatherman One has completely restructured StormWatch. Former team leader Battalion now holds the position of trainer aboard Skywatch, and the team itself has been split into three specialized units. New recruits "neo human" Jack Hawksmoor, 96-year old youngster Jenny Sparks, and the mysterious and deadly Rose Tattoo. As the new teams members become acquainted with the old, StormWatch may have crossed a line that causes them to not be welcome on American soil. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #39
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 39

    Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. Undertow, recently a victim of StormWatch "downsizing", has also become the victim of what was, presumably, a terrorist attack. Following an investigation by StormWatch Black, it is discovered that the assassin has ties to the U.S. Government. Weatherman One has vowed reprisal. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #40
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 40

    Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. StormWatch Prime investigates the crash of a passenger jet in central England. The crash alone is tragic enough – but when our heroes discover that the jet was carrying a plague that was derived from the biological substance known as the Gen-Factor, things go from bad to worse in a hurry. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #41
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 41

    Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. The spotlight's on Synergy as StormWatch's recruiter travels to a small town in America to track down a possibly inductee...but after learning the man's terrible secret, Synergy decides against activating his latent superhuman abilities. So imagine her surprise when someone else actives his abilities. And the first thing he does with his new found powers is hunt down Synergy. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #42
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 42

    Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. StormWatch heads to Japan to face a deadly doomsday religious cult, featuring powerful mutated beings hell-bent on death, destruction, and, of course, Doomsday! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #43
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 43

    Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. A timely little story about the lengths the underbelly of the Secret Service will go to protect a deep dark secret. Add a celebrity look-alike, a series of unsolved murders and Jack Hawksmoor into the mix, and you've got yourself a disturbingly haunting tales. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #44A
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 44A

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    Gil Kane Cover - Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. Talk about experimenting in various genres: we take a look at the 96-year history of Jenny Sparks, presented as the comics artists of perspective time periods might have done – not to mention that we finally get to find out exactly what that horrible thing that happened in the '60s was about. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #44B
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 44B

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    Watchmen Variant Cover - Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. Talk about experimenting in various genres: we take a look at the 96-year history of Jenny Sparks, presented as the comics artists of perspective time periods might have done – not to mention that we finally get to find out exactly what that horrible thing that happened in the '60s was about. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #44C
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 44C

    EC Comics Variant Cover - Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. Talk about experimenting in various genres: we take a look at the 96-year history of Jenny Sparks, presented as the comics artists of perspective time periods might have done – not to mention that we finally get to find out exactly what that horrible thing that happened in the '60s was about. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #45
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 45

    Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. Battalion takes center stage, as he races against the clock to prevent a terrorist group from setting off a bomb killing hundreds! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #46
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 46

    Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. The calm before the storm. Welcome to a glimpse into what the members of StormWatch do during their down time. Some of them have fun – and some of them, like Rose Tattoo, should never be left unsupervised. Plus, who, or what, is the High? It's the beginning of the build up to the StormWatch event – CHANGE OR DIE – the cataclysmic 3-part story in #48-50 that will redefine StormWatch forever. 32 pages, FC. NOTE: 1st appearance of The High. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #47
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 47

    Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Jim Lee and Richard Bennett. When a StormForce patrol is sent on a routine mission to investigate weird radiation emissions from a barren location in Eastern Europe…only one member returns. Weatherman immediately dispatches StormWatch, but what they discover is far more than they ever bargained for! Featuring the amazing artwork by StormWatch co-creator Jim Lee! 32 pages, FC. NOTE: Every page in this issue is a splashpage. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #48
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 48

    Change or Die: Part 1 of 3 - Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. The start of a 3-part story that will leave StormWatch and America vastly different – or dead. Change or Die will change the way you think about superhero comics! 32 pages, FC. NOTE: 1st appearance of The Changers (Blind, The Doctor I, Eidolon, The Engineer I, Rite, Smoke, and Wish. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #49
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 49

    Change or Die: Part 2 of 3 - Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. The hidden council of superhumans called the Changers have made their first strike against the cornerstones of human authority. There is treachery and murder on Skywatch, mystery and horror in the jungles of Paraguay – and finally, the truth about the Weatherman is revealed! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #50
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 50

    Final Issue - Change or Die: Part 3 of 3 - Story by Warren Ellis. Art by Tom Raney and Randy Elliot. Death, torture, destruction, gore, guns, sex, bombs, treachery and blood; CHANGE OR DIE comes to its explosive conclusion as StormWatch confronts the Changers, both teams torn from within by lies and hate – and the Weatherman makes a very final, very violent decision. This is a battle some of our heroes will not survive! This double-sized issue brings to a head themes and subplots from the last year, and sets the stage for a very different year of StormWatch to come. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $4.50.