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WILD C.A.T.S. Vs ALIENS

WILD C.A.T.S. Vs ALIENS

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setaverde

Jul-21-2019 3:58 PM

A gift...

https://volafile.org/r/z8jw9rvg

Ps: 

Click on 'files'

Click on 'WildcatsandAliens1998'

And there you have it.

Watch, read, enjoy.

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setaverde

Jul-22-2019 2:46 PM

WildC.A.T.S/Aliens was a one-shot comic book and intercompany crossover event, published by Wildstorm (while still part of Image Comics) and Dark Horse Comics in 1998. The comic was written by Warren Ellis, pencilled by Chris Sprouse, with Kevin Nowlan inking and Laura Depuy as the colorist.

 

When the idea for the crossover was explained to him Warren Ellis was not enthusiastic; he kept telling them he thought the idea was "Bloody stupid" but was won around when "he was told that he could kill any character he wanted". It was this free hand that allowed him to clear the decks and launch a new superhero team with his own characters (the exception being Swift), the Authority. Scott Dunbier, the editor in charge at the time, explained the thinking behind this: "One of my goals was that this should be a book with lasting effects, unlike the usual cross-company epics that come and go and mean nothing. Since Warren Ellis was wrapping up his run on Stormwatch, before diving into The Authority, I thought it would be an interesting idea to kill off a large portion of the remaining Stormwatch characters, the ones that wouldn’t be moving on to the new book."

 

 

setaverde

Jul-22-2019 4:30 PM

1997

Creators: Warren Ellis and Tom Raney

The Engineer

The Engineer has spent his adult life extending the possibilities of his own body with technology using his own body as a test bed for the changes he wants to make to the world. He tried to give the world nanotechnology, miraculous engines of creation no larger than bacteria. The authority stopped him from giving the people a thing that would remove need from the world.

https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Engineer_%28Wildstorm_Universe%29

BigDave

Jul-22-2019 4:48 PM

"1997 Creator: Warren Ellis; The Engineer"

Interesting Share ;)

Certainly could apply to our Engineers from the ALIEN Franchise.

 

R.I.P Sox  01/01/2006 - 11/10/2017

setaverde

Jul-22-2019 5:03 PM

Sorry, @BigDave, my bad. I induced you in error.  WARREN Ellis and Tom Raney  are the creators of the wildstorm character known as The Engineer.

COMICS ARE THE MAIN SOURCE OF  INSPIRATION TO FILM MAKERS.

setaverde

Jul-22-2019 5:09 PM

The First Engineer

The Engineer first appeared in the 1997 final story arc of Stormwatch volume 1, ("Change or Die"—Stormwatch issues #48–50), by Warren Ellis and Tom Raney. He was part of a superpowered group called the Changers, led by The High, who wanted to change the world by removing the structure of society itself. There would be no more laws, no authoritarian structures, no crime, and no war. The Engineer's role in this plan was to seed nanotechnological oases across the planet. These oases would serve as "horns of plenty" providing every imaginable food, product, and tool anybody needed. This first Engineer died with the rest of the Changers in issue #50 when Stormwatch, under the command of an increasingly maverick Henry Bendix, destroyed their base with Hammerstrike Deep Sanction missiles consisting of biowar payload and tailored acid bombs.

A later Stormwatch arc, collected as the trade paperback A Finer World (Stormwatch vol. 2 issues #2–4) explored this Engineer's legacy: the Nevada Garden, his first and sole surviving nanotech oasis, was secretly commandeered by the United States military and used for weapon creation. Apollo and The Midnighter destroyed the site on behalf of Stormwatch, and brought most of its nanotech 'trees' into Stormwatch custody.

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