"Survival Of The Species, Part 3: Predator and Prey": In Berlin in July 1964, Agent Elijah Sterling and Lt. Andy Stansfield prevent a rogue NATO general from detonating a nuclear bomb. They discover the general was possessed by a Daemonite, learning about the aliens for the first time. In the
WildC.A.T.s #39 is an issue of the series WildC.A.T.s (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 1997.
Synopsis for "Survival Of The Species, Part 3: Predator and Prey"
In Berlin in July 1964, Agent Elijah Sterling and Lt. Andy Stansfield prevent a rogue NATO general from detonating a nuclear bomb. They discover the general was possessed by a Daemonite, learning about the aliens for the first time. In the present, Stansfield deactivates the Halo’s security systems to let de Medici and the Puritans into the building. While Jeremy’s girlfriend, Brooke, tells Reno that Jeremy has gone missing, Milos Tsabo arrives in New York. Reno returns to Halo and notifies the team just as Max, Olympia, and Sister Eve arrive. Zealot immediately attacks Olympia, who was once a member of the Coda, but Emp steps in so Max can tell them about the Puritans. De Medici and her team attack, and the battle begins. Having changed his mind about helping, Mythos arrives, and Sister Eve uses her powers to destroy the Puritans’ gunship. Max asks Grifter why he and Zealot are hostile to Olympia, and Cole tells him to see for himself.
Appearing in "Survival Of The Species, Part 3: Predator and Prey"
- Olympia Atreidae
- Condition Red
- Sister Eve
- Andy Stansfield (Flashback and main story)
- Milos Tsabo
- Puritan Stormtroopers
- Gina de Medici
- Elijah Sterling (Flashback and main story)
- a Daemonite (Dies in flashback)
- Gen. Cornwall (Flashback only) (Possessed)
- Berlin, Germany (Flashback only)
- United States of America
Synopsis for "Triumvirate"
In Iran in 1967, Dr. Nicolas Robertson meets with Dr. Alex Devereaux to discuss extraterrestrial influence in human history and the possibility of time travel. Together, they travel to Switzerland to meet their new financial patron, Miles Craven. Craven takes them to a subterranean vault filled with confiscated Nazi gold. In return for bankrolling their research, he asks their help in saving humanity.
Appearing in "Triumvirate"
- Alexander Devereaux (First appearance)
- Nicolas Robertson (First appearance)
- Originally published by Image Comics.
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- Grifter Recommended Reading
- Mr. Majestic Recommended Reading
- Spartan Recommended Reading
- Voodoo Recommended Reading
- Zealot Recommended Reading