The Wild Storm: The Cost of Carelessness

Poor Mitch.

But I’m getting ahead of myself. We’re exactly halfway through The Wild Storm. At least, we are if Warren Ellis and Jon Davis-Hunt stick to the 24 issues they originally promised for the series. If we are, then THE WILD STORM #12 is quite an issue to end the first half on.

The Wild Storm: A Personal Problem

While we don’t know precisely how big IO and Skywatch are, I think it’s pretty safe to assume their employees number in the thousands, if not tens of thousands. We’ve seen field agents, analysts, engineers, directors, scientists, assistants and desk after desk of office drones.

Ten Moments that Mattered in 2017

Has it been a year already? 2017 has reached its end, but before we dive into 2018, we’d like to take a moment and look back. For DC fans, 2017 was a remarkable year in comics, film and TV. Our characters reached new milestones and audiences, our writers and artists achieved remarkable new heights and our universe continued to grow in surprising new ways. And yet, within it all, several moments stood out for their importance and relevance. Some of them were groundbreaking, others were a welcome return. All of them are worthy of acknowledgement and celebration.

EXCLUSIVE: WildStorm Expands with Michael Cray

DC’s newest pop-up imprint is readying its Deathblow.

Since his return to comics earlier this year in Warren Ellis and Jon Davis-Hunt’s masterful THE WILD STORM, Michael Cray has been a man without a mission. After failing in his attempt to assassinate HALO mastermind Jacob Marlowe and igniting an international incident in the process, things for the hired gun took a turn for the worse when he discovered that he also had a brain tumor that would most likely take his life.

Or so he thought.

The Wild Storm: Coffee and Kind Words

About halfway through THE WILD STORM #5, Adrianna Tereshkova tracks down the wayward Angela Spica and invites her to have coffee with her, promising to tell Angie her story in hopes that Angie might then tell Adri hers. It’s an absolutely crucial scene, giving us the first character backstory we’ve gotten in the series and pulling back the veil a little more on the mysterious Skywatch.

Conversation with Warren Ellis About THE WILD STORM

Acclaimed comic book writer and novelist Warren Ellis has recently returned to DC to work on the characters that made him a household name among comic book fans. He has curated a new pop-up imprint called WildStorm and is authoring the imprint's first title, a complex, sophisticate thriller called THE WILD STORM, which also features art by Jon Davis-Hunt (Vertigo’s CLEAN ROOM). This ongoing series will reset the known WildStorm universe and introduce new iterations of WildStorm characters, such as Grifter, Voodoo, the Engineer, Jenny Sparks and others.

The Wild Storm: Destruction at Your Fingertips

Technology may be the ultimate double-edged sword. There’s no doubt it’s made life easier and allowed us as a society to accomplish so much beyond what we once would have thought possible. It keeps us connected, informed and entertained. It can save lives, transport us around the globe and drive national economies. But as we’ve become more and more dependent on it, we’ve found that it also leaves us vulnerable to new forms of attack. Cyberwarfare, malware…even a simple loss of power that keeps us from accessing crucial systems could yield devastating results.


The DC Universe has a long and storied history, touching upon a myriad number of characters and teams, not to mention the company’s rich creative history. So why not take a moment and look back at some of these issues? Welcome to DC COMICS PRESENTS – a series of one-shots and specials geared to do just that. Embracing history and stories that connect with the present day activities of our favorite heroes, villains and creators. Here’s a complete rundown of the DCU titles that will fall under DC COMICS PRESENTS:
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