During his DC Fandome addresses, Jim Lee stated that WildStorm characters would be returning to the DC Universe in 2021. The Zealot/Coda war finally peaked and the Coda sent Sarin, their best assassin, after Zealot. The original team returned to Earth in pieces and despite having new members, they were defeated by the cunning traitor, Tao, who had manipulated them at each turn. WILDCATS #5. Wildcats #1 hits comic stores on August 28th. Voodoo left and Emp fell into depression. But it's not alone. He had been watching everything as it took place but didn't interfere. He'd lost his Void powers when a new Void was born (Captain Atom: Armageddon) and his more advanced robotic abilities had been lost during World's End as a result of a particularly destructive EMP in his vicinity. While the group was figuring out what they should do now that the Daemonite war wasn’t so serious, they were attacked by a Kherubim-hunter named Crusade. They resemble the creatures who fought with Ellen Ripley in the cult sci-fi hit movie, Aliens. The Wildcats were the starting point for Lee's menagerie of interconnected superhero creations which became the foundation of the Wildstorm Universe. Grifter and Spartan dealt with the attacker but his appearance led to the addition of Agent Wax to the Wildcats team. They found him lying unconscious in the Stormwatch base and teleported him away without explaining themselves to the other team. He fought Ladytron and pulled out the part of her that kept her nuclear power system in check so Majestic had to cut her in half and take her core to space where it blew up. It wasn't even a threat though, Jack just threw the attacker into Otherspace. The 'C.A.T.s included Grifter, Condition Red and new members Mythos (a Kherubim Lord), Olympia (a Daemonite Coda trained) and Sister Eve (the daughter of Emp's brother, Lord Entropy). With the Coda gone and no one left for Grifter to fight, Jack was ready to take the Wildcats and the Halo Corporation in a new direction. They quickly crossed paths with C. C. Rendozzo, a violent and wealthy information broker. Grifter ended up having both of his legs destroyed, which would leave him in a wheelchair for the rest of the volume. Could this be a way to bring WildCATS and the rest of WildStorm back? Back to Comics Contents : Comics W : Wildcats Vol 1. Wizard: The Comics Magazine #12 - The Guide To Comics. The C.A.T.S tried to stop them before they left, enlisting the aid of several people, including Condition Red and Mythos. The attack on FBI headquarters was a success, but Dolby shot a man in the face and when they got back to the Halo Corporation, he quit. Warren Ellis has been working wonders with the Wildstorm universe in his The Wild Storm series, and now he's spinning out a new series starring your favorite heroes in Wildcats #1. Enter the URL for the tweet you want to embed. When most of the technology went out the energy in the batteries that could run forever kept the Halo building functioning. Well, Batman #101 gives us a clue…. This made Majestic, the remaining C.A.T.s on Earth along with Halo Corp. believe that the original team died in space. Throughout the ages the two races have waged a secret war, the Kherubim trying to live peacefully while the Daemonites seek to conquer this new world. Zealot and Majestic reside on an abandoned Khera which is now overrun by Daemonites. Acquiring great wealth, Marlowe personally funds the Wild C.A.T.S, a team comprised of his bio-synthetic field commander, Spartan and various Kherubim half-breeds. It is the first of the Wildcats titles produced under the aegis of DC Comics (. The only enemy of the Wildcats (at least in the beginning) was the government. WildC.A.T.s appears in 363 issues. The major villain was Hellspont, but the Troika and the Coda were featured. Fans who have followed Elis' work on The Wild Storm will be right at home with Wildcats, a black ops team that will feature characte5rs like Grifter, Savant, John Colt, and Adrianna Tereshkova doing what they do best, protecting humanity from themselves. The black-ops team featuring Grifter, Savant, John Colt and Adrianna Tereshkova have discovered that the secret space program Skywatch has been performing medical experiments on abducted innocents for decades. WildC.A.T.s were also made into a Super Nintendo video game and a short-lived cartoon that spawn a spin-off comics series Wildcats Adventures that was cancelled after 10 issues. Zealot, who had been killing her way through hordes of Coda warriors, was back on the scene. With this done they start doing missions that mainly involve finding Daemonites and killing them. Meanwhile, back at the office, a telepathic assassin had been sent to kill Jack Marlowe. The rest of the WildC.A.T.S got involved with the fight, going up against the Troika, mercenaries that Tapestry had hired. Is Lucius Fox to be the new Jacob Marlowe of the DC Universe? The team traveled in time, and had various adventures through different times, until they came back. Choi initiated a storyline with an organization called Puritans as the main villains.