The Changers are a group of superheroes published by Wildstorm an imprint of DC Comics. The team first appears in Stormwatch #48 (May 1997), and was created by Warren Ellis and Tom Raney.

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Spy Changers - Transformers: Robots in Disguise - Toys
... The initial six molds of the Spy Changers are based on those created for the Go-Bots line of Transformers seen in Generation 2 ... Later Spy Changers were based on ununused molds from Generation 2, and a few original molds ... The second series of Spy Changers (based on the unused G2 Go-Bots) were Prowl 2 (a 1994 Chevrolet Impala SS police interceptor), Side Swipe (a Camaro pro-stock top fuel racer), Side Burn (an ...
Malayapuram Singaravelu Chettiar - Formation of Communist Party of India
... opposition from the Mahatma and the 'no-changers' ... petty-bourgeoisie acting through the orthodox “No-Changers” under the divine guidance of St ... were present at the Gaya session and saw Gandhi's support to the 'no-changers.' Efforts to form a unified platform intensified ...
Crosswise - Transformers: Robots in Disguise
... Crosswise Autobot Information Sub-group Spy Changers Function Gravity Ninja Partner W.A.R.S ... Nimura Crosswise (X-Car in Japan) was the name of one of the Autobot Spy Changers ... He is the science officer of the Spy Changers ...
Changers - Number of The Beast
... As a personal penance, The High sheds every bit of his hubris, and acts as a ferryman, escorting survivors into Finland, one of the last safe havens on Earth and a place in which posthumans aren't allowed ... He confesses to a little girl that he feels alone and guilty, but finally gains purpose and self-fulfillment by pushing himself hard to help as many people as he can ...
List Of Societies Of The Culture Setting - Changers - History
... on appearance as a means of identity, the Changers are an almost universally reviled species, and are usually killed where found ...

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