DC's company-wide New 52 relaunch has been a bold endeavor, including taking the Wildstorm universe and folding it into DC's new worlds. With this new take on Stormwatch, writer Paul Cornell (Superman, Captain Britain) takes the legacy of the planet-protecting secret group and comes up with something that salutes the brilliant run of Warren Ellis from years ago. This new take on Stormwatch finds the group working behind the scenes as a super-powered team that combats wicked forms of evil without the moral code of the Justice League. With the Martian Manhunter, the Engineer, Jenny Quantum, and other faces new and old at the helm, it all comes down to recruiting the powerful Apollo and Midnighter into the fold when the moon begins to attack the Earth. It's wild, whacky, and at times brilliant. The only real drawback is that the story itself gets too bogged down within itself and is occasionally incoherent as well. That aside, the rest of this first collected volume of Stormwatch is a blast, and features some great artwork from Miguel Sepulveda as well. All in all, this new take on Stormwatch is a refreshing and enjoyable ride, and wholeheartedly deserves your attention.