WildC.A.T.s Compendium

WildC A T s Compendium For millennia a clandestine war between two alien races the malevolent Daemonites and the aristocratic Kherubim has been waged on Earth for control of the world As part of that endless battle the

  • Title: WildC.A.T.s Compendium
  • Author: Jim Lee Brandon Choi
  • ISBN: 9781563895876
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Paperback
  • For millennia, a clandestine war between two alien races, the malevolent Daemonites and the aristocratic Kherubim, has been waged on Earth for control of the world As part of that endless battle, the ancient Kherubim leader Lord Emp has recently formed a team of super powered Kherubim human half breeds called the WildC.A.T.S Covertly fighting the evil extraterrestrials,For millennia, a clandestine war between two alien races, the malevolent Daemonites and the aristocratic Kherubim, has been waged on Earth for control of the world As part of that endless battle, the ancient Kherubim leader Lord Emp has recently formed a team of super powered Kherubim human half breeds called the WildC.A.T.S Covertly fighting the evil extraterrestrials, this band of heroes has tirelessly stood as humankind s last defense But when the Daemonites initiate a plan that will allow their warships to attack Earth, it appears all hope is lost Now with Armageddon approaching, it is up to the android Spartan, the hulking Maul, the female assassin Zealot, the mercenary Grifter, the shape shifting Voodoo, the living weapon Warblade and the precognitive Void to stop the invasion and save the world.Collects issues 1 4 of Wild C.A.T.S Covert action Teams, the team origin issues.

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    • Nicolo Yu says:

      An inedible snapshot into the excesses of 90’s pop culture and Image Comics, this hardcover may not come with a hologram, chromium, die-cut or lenticular cover, it does have WildC.A.T.S. issue zero shrink-wrapped with it.Like other previous Image launches, WildC.A.T.S. by Jim Lee and company was brash, bold and sexy. It was an ambitious work, if not in concept, but in the future applications of the property. There were spin-offs, toys and animated series. The early 90’s was definitely a grea [...]

    • Feather Mista says:

      Leído de la edición de Archivos Wildstorm de Norma, que incluye también WildC.A.T.S Trilogy. Un comienzo simple pero efectivo, y bastante entretenido, para una serie a la que le tengo más simpatía que respeto. El guion es algo plano y predecible pero al menos está bien llevado y el dibujo es bonito, como casi todo lo que dibuja Jim Lee. Eso sí, por lo que veo este tomo no incluye el #0, así que tirón de orejas al nabo del editor que dejó el tomo rengo. Son sólo unas páginas pero empr [...]

    • Matthew says:

      First time I have picked up a Wildcats book and fell staright back into it again. really good storyline and strong charatcers. Definately recommend as an alternative to X-Men.

    • Nancy says:

      This review can also be found on my blog: graphicnovelty2/2017/09/1I discovered Wild C.A.T.S. in the .25¢ bins at a local comic con, and I am enthralled by this time capsule of the early 1990’s and reading about the growing pains of brand new (at that time) Image Comics.This series was one of the first published by Image and was created by Jim Lee and Brandon Choi, with further pencils by Lee. Originally envisioned as a three parter, it was expanded to four. It established a new super hero gr [...]

    • Μιχάλης says:

      This is a 90's superhero team book and it is rated as one. Sure, all the tropes (excessive art, too little backstory, endless fight scenes full of exposition) but the story has good pacing, the character design is pretty interesting, they are easily distinguisable and act in character, art looks great and it all wraps up by the end.A good pick if you are in the mood for early image comics.

    • Justin says:

      For better or worse, comics in the 1990's were influenced by one event more than any other - the founding of Image Comics. In an unprecedented move, the industry's hottest artists all left powerhouse publisher Marvel to launch a new company and their own creator-owned titles. One of the more popular of the bunch was Jim Lee's Wildcats. The first four issues of that title are collected in the Wildcats Compendium.Wildcats was a pretty standard superhero team book, and the characters weren't that f [...]

    • Spencer Eschmann says:

      I picked up this book because my local comic shop had it for a dollar so why not try it? Let me start out by saying that Jim Lee is one of my favorite artists despite the criticism that he just has hack work. So anyway the comic book had a number of really great bits, the uneven panels and bleeds is always cool to see pulled of, and the character design is great. I think that what happened here is a classic case of biting off more than you can chew, I know that this is a slightly less mainstream [...]

    • Alex says:

      Ugh the early days of images comics This was a company where all the artists were also the writers. this first groupd books was penciled and written by jim lee. He is the best comic artist of all time (in my opinion) but christ, the stories were lame. I know I need to stick with it though because Alan Moore takes over the writing for a good run. And of course when Wild C.A.T.s transfers from Image to Wildstorm it gets much better.I'll let you know how it goes.Alex

    • Variaciones Enrojo says:

      Colección Libros Image dedicado a Wildcats.

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