When Alan Moore was crap (Deathblow: Byblows, Part 1)
In the previous entries, about works like Violator Vs. Badrock and Spawn: Blood Feud, a lot of people were saying, "Well yeah, it's bad, but look at the quality of character he was saddled with!" In this mini-series though, he doesn't have that excuse. There was a previous character named Deathblow, Michael Cray; he died in Wildstorm's "Fire Fom Heaven" event (also written by Moore and also quite awful).
Here, in this three-part mini-series, Moore was tasked with creating a brand new Deathblow from scratch. The sky was the limit... so how the heck did we end up with this?
A woman is "born" from a metal pod on an alien planet.
Wandering the area, she comes upon another pod.
She also runs into a cyborg.
After she manages to ditch him (but not before nabbing his gun), she meets another individual.
Do urinals with mirrors above them really exist? And if so, why?
That was her dream sequence, by the way, in case it isn't clear.