It’s that time of the decade again! Time for DC Comics to try the WildCATS thing again. Will they succeed? Preview WildCATS #1 here!
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(W) Matthew Rosenberg (A/CA) Stephen Segovia
From the pages of Batman comes a new series of twisting sensations! The HALO Corporation has assembled a crew of operatives, led by Cole Grifter Cash, who are going to make the world a better place… no matter who they have to kill! Working in the shadows of the DC Universe, this new undercover team is tasked with gathering a group of scientists for the first phase of their plan… but Void, the mysterious leader of the Cats, may have other plans!
In stores: 11/8/2022
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