Wildcats Love

#1 Posted by Buckshot (18925 posts) - - Show Bio

Over at Newsarama there are a couple articles up about the second and third volumes of Wildcats. I suggest you check em out. Might get you to pick up some awesome stories.

#2 Posted by OgreMan (315 posts) - - Show Bio

Joe Casey's run on Wildcats is one of my favorite reads of all time.

#3 Posted by geraldthesloth (33313 posts) - - Show Bio

Soon enough after I get those trades you and korg told me about I'm sure I'll have plenty of wildcats love.

#4 Posted by Buckshot (18925 posts) - - Show Bio

This made me want to reread my Wildcats comics (and I'm already rereading Majestic) so that's what I'm gonna do.

#5 Posted by Pulsar (2333 posts) - - Show Bio

I wonder if Maul and Voodoo will ever make it work.

#6 Posted by Bobby X (1141 posts) - - Show Bio
@Buckshot:
You seem to be very knowledgeable in regards to WildStorm.
Ok, so I haven't read WildCats or anything WildStorm since the early to mid 90's. I'm looking to get back into WildCats and need a good starting point. Should I go all the way back to Choi's work or do you think I could start somewhere a little more recent? I do have a general understanding of WS and I guess what I am really wondering is: does the really early WildCats stuff still hold up well nowadays, or should I start with maybe Robinson's run or even the Joe Casey stuff mentioned in this thread (which sounds great btw, I'm a big Casey fan). 
 
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated, thanks
#7 Posted by mrtrickster (2307 posts) - - Show Bio

Wildcats 3.0 was great

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