"Manifest Destiny": A week after Zealot’s apparent death and the dissolution of the WildC.A.T.s, Marlowe lies passed out drunk in a New York alley. He wakes up and saves a lone cop from a gang of armed thugs. Later, feeling directionless, he uses a submarine to locate and enter the submerged wr
Wildcats: Mosaic #1 is a one-shot with a cover date of February, 2000.
Synopsis for "Manifest Destiny"
A week after Zealot’s apparent death and the dissolution of the WildC.A.T.s, Marlowe lies passed out drunk in a New York alley. He wakes up and saves a lone cop from a gang of armed thugs. Later, feeling directionless, he uses a submarine to locate and enter the submerged wreck of the Kherubim starship that crashed to Earth millennia ago. Over several weeks, he prays and meditates, guided by the ghost of his long dead love, Lady Gwynith. She encourages him to push the limits of his perceptions and abilities so that he can ascend to being a Kherubim High Lord. The effort connects him with minds of people worldwide, including his former teammates, and mutates his body. Finally, his transformation complete, he emerges from a cocoon, no longer appearing human and content with his new state of being.
Appearing in "Manifest Destiny"
- Gwynith (Ghost)
Synopsis for "Spartan"
To confront the threat of Kenyan, Emp is having Halo engineers upgrade Spartan to a more sophisticated body. But, the process will erase almost all of his memories except for one. Recalling one of the WildC.A.T.s’ early battles with Helspont, Spartan chooses the moment Voodoo first agreed to trust him as the one memory to keep. Before the process can begin, he lashes out in frustration and trashes some machinery. Then, he calmly tells Emp and the Halo staff they may begin.
Appearing in "Spartan"
- Spartan (Flashback and main story)
- Helspont (Flashback only)
- Both stories in this issue take place before Wildcats #1.