Martian Manhunter gets a psychic headache in this sneak peek of DC Comics' Stormwatch

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Courtesy of DC Comics, here's an exclusive first look at next week's issue of Stormwatch.

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In this four-page preview by Doctor Who scribe Paul Cornell and illustrator Miguel Sepulveda, the clandestine superteam gets hammered by an extraterrestrial threat who should look familiar to WildC.A.T.s readers. Watch as your favorite characters like Apollo, The Midnighter, and Martian Manhunter get their keisters whooped!

Stormwatch #6 hits comic shops next Wednesday, February 1. Here's the plot synopsis:

STORMWATCH #6
Written by PAUL CORNELL
Art & cover by MIGUEL SEPULVEDA
1:25 Variant cover by MIGUEL SEPULVEDA

What lurks within the Stormwatch space station? As the origin of their alien HQ is revealed, what's left of the decimated Stormwatch roster regroups and a new team is formed! Apollo, Midnighter, Martian Manhunter…who's in, who's out and who's the new team leader? Note: The catastrophic events of this issue – especially the secret of Stormwatch HQ – will be felt in upcoming issues of GRIFTER and VOODOO!

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Illustration for article titled Martian Manhunter gets a psychic headache in this sneak peek of DC Comics emStormwatch/em
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Chip Skylark of Space

Sure looks different then the old J'onn J'onzz, Martian Manhunter I used to read in the back of what was it- Tarzan comics?!? That was back in the day. Even when I Google him, I can't find any images of what he looked like in the 1960s. Every picture I find makes him look like a bulked up outfield for the Cardinals.