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A team put together by Lord Emp, Jacob Marlowe, to hunt down the alien species called Daemonite. The team is a mix of humans, Kherubims, and hybrids of the alien races.

In the first 4 issues, the WildC.A.T.S had accomplished the goals they were created for. They stopped Helspont and destroyed the orb. With this done they start doing missions that mainly involve finding Daemonites and killing them. Their first mission after beating the Cabal brings them in contact with the characters of Cyber Force. For nearly the entire (6 issue) crossover, the teams fought each other thanks to Misery, the real enemy, who had been playing the sides against one another. Warblade killed Misery and the teams worked things out. The WildC.A.T.S tried to take a vacation after all this but the cruise ship Voodoo, Spartan, and Emp were on disappeared. When the rest of the team went to save them, they discovered that another Kherubim was responsible. Lord Entropy had taken the ship, but the WildC.A.T.S arrived in time to defeat him and rescue their teammates. When he found out Entropy was his own brother, Emp quit the team for a while. Since Voodoo hadn't been able to protect herself when she had been kidnapped, Zealot decided to train her in the ways of the Coda. As she was training her, a space ship crashed close by and Zealot met Huntsman and Miranda Tai. They had traveled across dimensions to escape an alien enemy. In the past Emp had promised their leader, Alabaster Wu, that Earth would be a safe place for them, so they had come. One of the aliens possessed Voodoo and took her to Tapestry, an enemy of Zealot. Zealot, Huntsman and Miranda went to fight Tapestry. The rest of the WildC.A.T.S got involved with the fight, going up against the Troika, mercenaries that Tapestry had hired. Savant and Mr. Majestic came in as back up. Zealot beat Tapestry, Emp rejoined the group and Savant and Majestic left until they were needed again. The group was next attacked by the Black Razors, government funded super cops with lots of technology. The Black Razors were there to kill Maul, who had been replaced by an enemy trying to kill Emp. After this was sorted out and the enemy was killed, the group had to find the real Maul. They found him lying unconscious in the Stormwatch base and teleported him away without explaining themselves to the other team. It was at the end of this adventure that Voodoo discovered that she was half-Daemonite.

+++ WildC.A.T.s Team 2 +++

Following this, the WildC.A.T.S attacked Hightower and a whole army of Coda warriors. This attack was the beginning of "Wildstorm Rising", a crossover event that included most of the Image titles at the time. From talking to Hightower the Wild C.A.T.S found out about a space ship that other Daemonites were after, so they and other super groups went after the ship. The Wild C.A.T.S (except for Grifter) took the ship and went to Khera, the Kherubim home planet. Meanwhile, back on Earth, Savant and Mr. Majestic made a new Wild C.A.T.S team. They recruited Tao, Condition Red and Ladytron. Majestic lead the team in battle but Savant determined who they would go after. Unfortunately, she was being manipulated by Tao, who was maneuvering the new Wild C.A.T.S into starting a Gang War. The original group returned right as the crime war was taking off, but they couldn't stop to help their replacements. Grifter took the team (not including Voodoo and Emp who had left after what took place on Khera) to Gamorra to help Deathblow and Gen 13. Majestic followed them when he saw the face of the man behind the problems in Gamorra. It was the face of his friend John Colt, a Kherubim he'd been forced to kill during their short time as members of Team 1. His Kherubim body had survived and grown evil so Majestic had to kill him again, this time blasting him to ash. The team returned and now both WildC.A.T.s groups were fighting in the crime war. When everyone found out that Tao was behind it all and went after him, most of the team was defeated by his intellect, mind control and other skills. 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. He survived the nuclear explosion and came back just as Tao was about to take out the rest of the team. He killed Tao and the WildC.A.T.S ended the war. (It gets revealed at the end of the first volume that Tao had "convinced" the shape shifting Mister White to stand in for him and die in his place.) After the crime war the other WildC.A.T.s told the new team what had happened on Khera.

They said that the war was over and that Earth had to fend for itself. Several of the members (Emp and Zealot in particular) had done things they werent proud of on Khera, like abandoning their friends and turning against one another. The team was fractured after this, but the gang war had pulled them back together, mostly. While the group was figuring out what they should do now that the Daemonite war wasnt so serious, they were attacked by a Kherubim-hunter named Crusade. He was an enhanced human who was stronger and smarter than he appeared. He was able to go head-to-head with both groups of Wild C.A.T.S. Savant beat him by messing with his head like Tao used to, and while he was out cold Zealot tried to kill him but Majestic stopped her. After this little episode, Savant and Majestic left the team and Ladytron joined the Church of Gort and left as well. With Condition Red injured and missing and Tao presumed dead, the new Wild C.A.T.S were all gone and the original group was back. The last big event of the first volume was a time traveling adventure. The Puritans, a group of humans dedicated to ridding the Earth of all alien life and influence were planning to go back in time and destroy the Kherubim and Daemonite ships before they landed on Earth. The C.A.T.S tried to stop them before they left, enlisting the aid of several people, including Condition Red and Mythos. Emp, Warblade and Maul were already being held in the Puritan base, but the team saved them. Some of the Puritans were able to get into the time machine, so Condition Red (going by Max now), Mythos, Void, Spartan, Grifter, Olympia and Sister Eve went after them. They traveled back to when the Kherubim and Daemonites first came to Earth, making stops and meeting friends and enemies along the way. By the time they reached their final destination, only Grifter, Max, Mythos and Spartan were still alive. They were able to stop the Puritans and took their devices so they could get back to their time and the Puritans (who were still alive) couldn't. Max used one device to save Olympia from when she had died and bring her back to the present. When he got back, he was killed by a mysterious woman, but everyone else made it. The Wild C.A.T.S had saved he past and the present.

In the first volume of Wild C.A.T.S Jacob Marlowe, the Kherubim immortal known as Lord Emp, is saved by Void because he is destined to save the world. 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 halfbreeds. The team initially consists of Spartan, Void, Warblade, Maul. They are joined by Voodoo, Zealot and Grifter almost immediately and are challenged by Helspont and his Cabal.

Eons ago two ships carrying Kherubim and Daemonites became stranded on Earth after a space battle and have secretly lived on Earth. 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.

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