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Appearing in "Resurrection Day"

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Synopsis for "Resurrection Day"

This story is a reprint of the comic
WildC.A.T.s #1.

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Appearing in "untitled"

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  • Masood Barzanji (Only appearance; dies)[1] (also in a vision)

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  • The Beheaded (Only appearance; dies)[1] (also in a vision)
  • unnamed terrorists

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Synopsis for "untitled"

Deathblow takes up a sniper position near a gathering of terrorists.  Led by a fanatic known as the Beheaded, they are about to execute Masood Barzanji, a Kurdish fighter who once rescued Deathblow from an Iraqi prison.  In his mind, Deathblow games out a rescue attempt and realizes it could work at the cost of his own life.  Instead, he follows his orders, signals Barzanji, and kills Barzanji and the Beheaded both with a single shot.  Having spared Barzanji a more gruesome death, Deathblow tells him to rest in peace and leaves.

Appearing in "Generation Millennial"

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Synopsis for "Generation Millennial"

After seeing Rainmaker in a protest on TV, Fairchild praises her, but Lynch dismisses it as part of a “deep state” conspiracy.  While Burnout hogs the shower, Freefall sees Grunge’s smartphone buzz with new matches in a dating app.  Angry that he is cheating on her, she makes him a smoothie with gluten in it.  When he drinks it, it causes his arm to morph into wheat.

Grunge suddenly wakes up in 1993 in the car with the rest of Gen 13.  For several minutes, he rambles on about life and culture in 2017, but the girls dismiss it.

Appearing in "untitled"

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Synopsis for "untitled"

As Janine and Giovanni run him through a training simulation, Backlash recalls the hardships of recent years including the demise of Wildcore.  After he faces simulacra of Bloodmoon and the Kindred, Taboo joins him against re-creations of S’Ryn, Lilitu and Zalil, and finally the D’rahn.  To everyone’s surprise, Backlash overcomes the D’rahn with an explosive burst of energy. After thanking Janine and Giovanni, he and Taboo leave, passing Jet and some young heroes on the way.

Appearing in "Requiem"

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  • giant alien monster (Only appearance; dies)[1]

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Synopsis for "Requiem"

In London in 1918, Jenny Sparks reads a letter from her predecessor as the “spirit of the century” and learns she is a Century Baby. In 1999, she leads the Authority in battle against a giant, tentacled alien monster attacking a town in North Carolina.  The team struggles until they combine their abilities to teleport the monster to an empty ghost city in China.  Hawksmoor then has the city collapse on top of it.

Appearing in "The Nativity part 1"

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Synopsis for "The Nativity part 1"

This story is a reprint of the comic
The Authority #13.

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Appearing in "The Nativity part 2"

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Synopsis for "The Nativity part 2"

This story is a reprint of the comic
The Authority #14.

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Appearing in "The Only Constant"

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  • TAO (in a vision)

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Synopsis for "The Only Constant"

The ghost of Emp visits Jack Marlowe in a dream, and they review the history of the Wildcats. Emp thanks Jack for sustaining the team’s solidarity through all the challenges they faced, and Jack thanks Emp for being there.

Appearing in "Time to Kill"

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Synopsis for "Time to Kill"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eye of the Storm Annual #1.

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Appearing in "Sleeper Season Two Prelude"

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Synopsis for "Sleeper Season Two Prelude"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Coup d'État: Afterword #1.

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Appearing in "A Halo Round the World"

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Synopsis for "A Halo Round the World"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Wildcats (Volume 4) #1.

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Appearing in "Life and Death in an Axial Age"

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  • Daemonites
  • Kaizen Gamorra
    • Super-Daemonite (Single appearance)[1]
  • Perkins Blott (Single appearance)[1]
  • Cody Fremont (Single appearance)[1]
  • Headfuck (Morton Zelig) (Single appearance)[1]
  • Verity Teal (Single appearance)[1]

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  • U.S. President Chrysler (Single appearance)[1]
  • Spartan robots
  • Wendy

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Synopsis for "Life and Death in an Axial Age"

In his civilian guise, Maul stands behind U.S. President Chrysler, the first woman to hold the office, as she gives a speech to the nation.  Spartan and Voodoo watch it on TV in his bedroom and note that she is lying. In South America, Grifter, Majestic, and Zealot battle Daemonites in a favela and uncover an underground Daemonite command center.  Voodoo explains the voodoo concept of loas to Spartan and then teleports to Dubai for her mission.  Elsewhere in the city, business executive Verity Teal meets with other corporate moguls to plot against Spartan for the threat he poses to their companies.  Their technicians try and fail to dissect a Spartan robot, and it self-destructs.  Aboard the orbital prison that used to be Skywatch, the prison warden prepares to mindwipe the telepathic criminal Headfuck, but he breaks free. Back in South America, Zealot explains to Grifter the Kheran doomsday prophecy regarding the return of Omnia. Suddenly, they and Majestic are attacked and defeated by a genetically engineered super-Daemonite.  In Dubai, Voodoo poses as a prostitute and subdues Verity Teal. As Kaizen Gamorra rallies his followers in the Asteroid Belt, Spartan observes Earth and soliloquizes about the fate of humanity.

Appearing in "Better Days"

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Synopsis for "Better Days"

In the ruins of Manhattan, Mr. Majestic finds the diner where Jackson King held a meeting with him, Zealot, Synergy, Midnighter, and Jenny Sparks.  In the spirit of protecting the world, King suggested a truce with the Authority and the Wildcats.  All agreed, and they sealed it with a toast.  Majestic ponders the destruction of most of the world but remains convinced they saved enough to preserve a future.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks


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