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In the wake of the war with the Red Blade, it's time for our remaining heroes to develop a concrete plan for making post-Armageddon Earth a safe, livable place for its survivors. But not everyone's on board with the plan and the next major conflicts the Wildcats face just might come from within!

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Another chance to catch our breath 0

  (No Spoilers) Just as The Authority took time to catch their breath in the recent issue #21, the Wildcats have done the same here.   Adam Beechen and Tim Seeley have wisely taken this format of starting with a 3-issue arc, and taking a “breather-issue” here before we begin the new 3-part story next month.   It is obvious they are laying out a lot of information here but just because we don’t have any huge battles in this issue, there is no shortage of great moments here. If you thought Seeley ...

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Review: Wildcats #22 0

Seemingly every single superhero in the Wildstorm universe regroups in the Skywatch satellite to figure out their next course of action following Armageddon.  THE GOOD  It's really easy to get lost in the bewildering parade of characters in an issue like this, so I appreciated the pep talk Spartan gave Grunge towards the end about standing up to the plate and taking responsibility as a leader. It was something you could grasp onto and relate to. And I have...

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