History Creator / Wildstorm

16th Jan '17 9:13:25 AM eaglescorch
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* ''Wild C.A.T.S''

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* ''Wild C.''WildC.A.T.S''S.''
16th Jan '17 9:12:49 AM eaglescorch
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* ''WildC.A.T.S''

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* ''WildC.''Wild C.A.T.S''
16th Jan '17 9:12:02 AM eaglescorch
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* The Wild Storm
* Micheal Cray
* WildC.A.T.S
* Zealot

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* The ''The Wild Storm
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* Micheal Cray
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* WildC.''WildC.A.T.S
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* Zealot''Zealot''
16th Jan '17 9:11:01 AM eaglescorch
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!!!Warren Ellis's Wildstorm
* The Wild Storm
* Micheal Cray
* WildC.A.T.S
* Zealot
4th Oct '16 11:32:49 AM narm00
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An imprint of Creator/DCComics which used to be an independent company. Wildstorm Productions was originally a company founded by JimLee that was one of the original founders of Creator/ImageComics, and Wildstorm's comics were part of the Image shared universe. It was named from a blend of the titles of its two flagship team books, ''ComicBook/{{WildCATs}}'' and ''ComicBook/{{Stormwatch}}''. However, when Jim Lee parted ways with Image, the ''Shattered Image'' CrisisCrossover was used as a CosmicRetcon to separate Wildstorm's Image titles into a shared universe all their own. Later, in 1999, DC Comics formally bought Wildstorm during the aftershocks of UsefulNotes/TheGreatComicsCrashOf1996.

This led to a golden age for Wildstorm as several of its most iconic titles were launched during this period. A sub-imprint of Wildstorm was Creator/AmericasBestComics, created as a one-man imprint for Creator/AlanMoore's return to superhero comics.

Upon crossing over with the Franchise/{{DCU}} in ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo'', the Wildstorm universe was [[CanonImmigrant integrated]] into the DC multiverse as Earth-50, but due to lack of market interest and declining sales, the Wildstorm imprint was discontinued in 2010. With ComicBook/TheNew52, many of its characters and concepts (like ''ComicBook/{{Stormwatch}}'', ''Grifter'', and ''ComicBook/{{Midnighter}}'') being imported directly into the DC Universe.

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An imprint of Creator/DCComics which used to be an independent company. Wildstorm Productions was originally a company founded by JimLee Creator/JimLee that was one of the original founders of Creator/ImageComics, and Wildstorm's comics were part of the Image shared universe. It was named from a blend of the titles of its two flagship team books, ''ComicBook/{{WildCATs}}'' and ''ComicBook/{{Stormwatch}}''. However, when Jim Lee parted ways with Image, the ''Shattered Image'' CrisisCrossover was used as a CosmicRetcon to separate Wildstorm's Image titles into a shared universe all their own. Later, in 1999, DC Comics formally bought Wildstorm during the aftershocks of UsefulNotes/TheGreatComicsCrashOf1996.

This led to a golden age for Wildstorm Wildstorm, as several of its most iconic titles were launched during this period. A sub-imprint of Wildstorm was Creator/AmericasBestComics, created as a one-man imprint for Creator/AlanMoore's return to superhero comics.

Upon crossing over with the Franchise/{{DCU}} in ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo'', the Wildstorm universe was [[CanonImmigrant integrated]] into the DC multiverse as Earth-50, but due to lack of market interest and declining sales, the Wildstorm imprint was discontinued in 2010. With ComicBook/TheNew52, many of its characters and concepts (like ''ComicBook/{{Stormwatch}}'', ''Grifter'', and ''ComicBook/{{Midnighter}}'') being were imported directly into the DC Universe.



!!!Comics featuring Wildstorm characters in DC's New 52:

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!!!Comics in the DCU featuring Wildstorm characters in DC's New 52:characters:



* ''Voodoo''



* ''Voodoo''

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* ''Voodoo''''ComicBook/TheNew52FuturesEnd''


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* ''Midnighter and Apollo''
4th Oct '16 10:30:40 AM pepsimax
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This led to a golden age for Wildstorm as several of its most iconic titles were launched during this period.

A sub-imprint of Wildstorm was Creator/AmericasBestComics, created as a one-man imprint for Creator/AlanMoore's return to superhero comics.

Eventually, after a few {{Intercontinuity Crossover}}s with Franchise/{{the DC U}}niverse, ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo'' formally assimilated the Wildstorm Universe as DC's Earth-50.

In 2010, DC [[http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=28446 retired the Wildstorm imprint]] due to changes in the market. But that might have been no more than a head-fake, because the next year they [[http://www.comicsalliance.com/2011/06/09/wildstorm-and-dc-continue-to-integrate-on-the-edge integrated Wildstorm into a rebooted DC universe]], complete with a revived ''ComicBook/{{Stormwatch}}'' ongoing.

Within two years of the DC reboot, most of the Wildstorm-based titles in the ComicBook/{{New 52}} had been discontinued, dismissing the characters into obscurity.

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This led to a golden age for Wildstorm as several of its most iconic titles were launched during this period.

period. A sub-imprint of Wildstorm was Creator/AmericasBestComics, created as a one-man imprint for Creator/AlanMoore's return to superhero comics.

Eventually, after a few {{Intercontinuity Crossover}}s Upon crossing over with Franchise/{{the DC U}}niverse, ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo'' formally assimilated the Franchise/{{DCU}} in ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo'', the Wildstorm Universe universe was [[CanonImmigrant integrated]] into the DC multiverse as DC's Earth-50.

In 2010, DC [[http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=28446 retired
Earth-50, but due to lack of market interest and declining sales, the Wildstorm imprint]] due to changes imprint was discontinued in the market. But that might have been no more than a head-fake, because the next year they [[http://www.comicsalliance.com/2011/06/09/wildstorm-and-dc-continue-to-integrate-on-the-edge integrated Wildstorm into a rebooted DC universe]], complete with a revived ''ComicBook/{{Stormwatch}}'' ongoing.

Within two years
2010. With ComicBook/TheNew52, many of the DC reboot, most of the Wildstorm-based titles in the ComicBook/{{New 52}} had been discontinued, dismissing the its characters and concepts (like ''ComicBook/{{Stormwatch}}'', ''Grifter'', and ''ComicBook/{{Midnighter}}'') being imported directly into obscurity.
the DC Universe.

Six years after its discontinuation, it was announced that DC Comics would be {{reboot}}ing the Wildstorm imprint in 2017, with Creator/WarrenEllis overseeing the line and co-writing a flagship title called "The Wild Storm." Inspired by the critical success of [[Music/MyChemicalRomance Gerard Way]]'s Creator/YoungAnimal imprint, it'll bring back re-imagined favorites like Grifter, Jenny Sparks, and the [[ComicBook/WildCATs Wild CATS]].
18th Aug '16 10:21:55 PM TheNerevarine
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* ''ComicBook/{{Crimson}}''
10th Oct '15 10:22:44 AM nombretomado
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Within two years of the DC reboot, most of the Wildstorm-based titles in the {{New 52}} had been discontinued, dismissing the characters into obscurity.

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Within two years of the DC reboot, most of the Wildstorm-based titles in the {{New ComicBook/{{New 52}} had been discontinued, dismissing the characters into obscurity.
7th Sep '15 2:22:26 PM Scoutstr295
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* ''ComicBook/{{Red}}''


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* ''ComicBook/AGodSomewhere''
* ''ComicBook/{{Red}}''
17th Jul '15 11:31:00 AM VoxAquila
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