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Planetary among 100 titles offered by Amazon Kindle Fire

Everyone’s favorite Wildstorm archeologists are getting the digital treatment once again. Except this time it’s part of Amazon’s new Kindle Fire. It’s no surprise to us here at Wildstorm Addiction that Planetary is the first Wildstorm title to be chosen. It is definitely one of Wildstorm’s finest. We can assume that Point Blank/Sleeper will probably follow with Wildcats Vol. 2 or Wildcats: Version 3.0 not far behind. Continue reading

Gen 13 #39

“Pocatello: Part 5-Heroes” (No Spoilers)

Next up out the door, everyone’s favorite teen team: Gen 13. I have to say I was hoping for a fonder farewell to my favorite teens but I think the circumstances didn’t allow it as much.

When Phil Hester came onboard, I’m sure he had this specific story in mind to tell and it was in no way supposed to be a story that ended the Gen 13 title. It seems that they may have told him in time about Wildstorm’s closing and he tried to adjust what he could but so much change had occurred in the title, most of the original characters were not around for the finale.
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Welcome to Tranquility: One Foot in the Grave #6

“Homecoming-Part 6: Ending Note” (No Spoilers)

We’re finally at the end of this surprisingly dark and disturbing Welcome to Tranquility story. Gail Simone truly reached into some dark places to come up with the villain of this series. Continue reading

The Authority #29

“Change, Not Die” (No Spoilers)

The end of the Wildstorm Universe is here and the first title to bow out in the imprint’s final month is one of its most popular and controversial titles: The Authority. My personal history with The Authority is bittersweet. I thought they were great when Warren Ellis first brought them on the scene but then I quickly lost my taste for them as they seemed to fall into a cycle of shock-value stories instead of stories that simply had some value. Then Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning (affectionately known to fans as DnA) came along with the World’s End storyline and made me like The Authority again. In the end it was a short reunion but I’m glad I could enjoy this team once again before the end. Continue reading