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This article possibly contains original research. This article’s lead section does not adequately summarize key points of its contents. American comic book artist Jim Lee and writer Brandon Choi. The team first appeared in 1992 in the first issue of their eponymous comic book WildC.

Covert Action Teams, published by Image Comics. It was Image founding partner Jim Lee’s first work published by the newly launched company, and his first creator-owned project. In 1998, ownership of the Wildcats concepts and characters were sold to DC Comics, a subsidiary of Time Warner, as part of DC’s acquisition of Lee’s company Wildstorm Productions. Launched as an original Image comic book title by popular X-Men penciler Jim Lee and his friend, writer Brandon Choi, the comic book’s premise revolved around the centuries-long war between aliens called Kherubim and Daemonites. Jae Lee, that introduced the Daemonite Lord Hightower.

Jim Lee and Marc Silvestri proceeded to publish a ‚Killer Instinct‘ crossover detailing Warblade’s connection to Marc Silvestri’s Cyberforce. Jim Lee devoted his time to coming up with the new concepts of Gen13, Deathblow, and Stormwatch. The title also participated in the WildC. Alan Moore attempted to give the series depth and cohesion by following up on the initial premise of the Daemonite and Kherubim war. Khera where they found what appeared to be paradise. The Kherubims had won the Daemonite-Kherubim war and were living in prosperity. Alan Moore spun Voodoo off in a four-issue mini-series that had almost no connection to WildC.

Alan Moore also wrote a time-traveling WildC. At the time, Grifter had another turn at an ongoing series, this time written by Steven Grant with a much more gritty take on the character, while Zealot was featured in a Backlash spinoff, Wildcore. A two-part arc was set in place before the book’s co-creator Brandon Choi returned, setting up the short lasting Savant Garde spin-off. Choi initiated a storyline with an organization called Puritans as the main villains. The Puritans‘ goal was to eradicate the Kherubim and Daemonites on Earth.