"Survival of the Species, Part 1: Hunting Season": In Hong Kong, Gina de Medici entraps a man for capture by her fellow alien-hunting Puritan Stormtroopers. When he resists, she shoots and kills him. At their headquarters, Max Cash, undercover as “Max Profitt”, is briefed on the Puritans’ next

WildC.A.T.s #37 is an issue of the series WildC.A.T.s (Volume 1) with a cover date of April, 1997.

Synopsis for "Survival of the Species, Part 1: Hunting Season"

In Hong Kong, Gina de Medici entraps a man for capture by her fellow alien-hunting Puritan Stormtroopers. When he resists, she shoots and kills him. At their headquarters, Max Cash, undercover as “Max Profitt”, is briefed on the Puritans’ next target, a woman named Olympia Atreidae. In New York, Jeremy Stone is out to dinner celebrating his Nobel Prize nomination when de Medici and her men interrupt, saying she needs his immediate help. At Halo, Grifter and John Colt argue over Zealot and leadership of the WildC.A.T.s. Meanwhile, Void finds Emp and uses her powers to get him over his depression. North of Los Angeles, Max and the Puritans arrive at Olympia’s home to abduct her and her ward, Kai. Max turns on the Puritans and helps her and Kai escape. Leaving her business in Kai's hands, Olympia departs with Max for New York to warn the team. In Washington, D.C., Emp’s business partner, Milos Tsabo, sees negative media coverage of Halo and decides to intervene. Back at Halo, Void returns with Emp while Grifter infuriates Colt further by activating another Spartan unit with Hadrian’s personality. To stop the bickering, Zealot chooses Colt over Grifter. At Sector 52, de Medici escorts Jeremy into the Puritans’ complex and explains their mission to wipe out all aliens on Earth.

Appearing in "Survival of the Species, Part 1: Hunting Season"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

Other Characters:

  • Ms. Alden
  • Brooke
  • Emily
  • Henry
  • Nadia

Locations:

Items:
Vehicles:

Notes

Trivia

  • Gina de Medici calls the man she kills at the beginning of this story Mythos. As Olympia Atreidae explains in the next issue, this was not the real Mythos but rather one of his half-human sons.


See Also


Links and References

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.