WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams (1992) - #1
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Cover Date: August 1992
Cover Price: US $ 1.95
Issue Tagline: 1st Senses Shattering Issue
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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In this first issue of the ongoing series we find out why the Cats are formed and some of the history of Kherbum Lord Emp, CEO of Halo Interprises, and founder of the WildCats Jacomb Marlowe. Also the threat is revealed to be a alien life form that posseses humans to use as their hosts know as the Damonites. Who leads this danger to mankind? None other then Lord Hellspont! Also we find which side the mysterious Sister Zealot and her partner The Grifter align themselves with. And what is so important about the one known as Vodoo? And what is this about a mole in the White House that is doing the bidding of Lord Helspont? You'll never guess who it is!
All is revealed in this EXPLOSIVE first issue!
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Includes a bound-in card.
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