"Suspicion Threshold": C.C. Rendozzo reveals to Jack Marlowe that she has full knowledge of his identity as Spartan and all information relating to the Kherubim and Khera, in which she blackmails him into having her as a "business partner" into helping her for personal matters or risk ha
Wildcats Version 3.0 #8 is an issue of the series Wildcats Version 3.0 (Volume 1) with a cover date of May, 2003. It was published on March 26, 2003.
Synopsis for "Suspicion Threshold"
C.C. Rendozzo reveals to Jack Marlowe that she has full knowledge of his identity as Spartan and all information relating to the Kherubim and Khera, in which she blackmails him into having her as a "business partner" into helping her for personal matters or risk having his alien origins spread to the public that could destroy Halo and derail its humanitarian goals.
Meanwhile, Cole Cash visits an S&M bar where he sees the Beef Boys, the men who attacked Edwin Dolby. It then transpires that Cole had paid the Beef Boys into attacking Dolby in order to know of his potential for some ulterior purpose.
The next day, Dolby is seen with some bruises to his face from his encounter with the Beef Boys. He receives a phone call from Sam Garfield, who is terrified of his employment at his new firm, as he tells Dolby that there is something very strange about his accountants working under him and is willing to bring his own gun to his workplace for his protection.
Agent Wax continues his sexual affair with Agent Downs's wife, while his boss becomes suspicious of this affair. Wax is teleported to the Halo Building by Marlowe where he has arranged a meeting with Cash about C.C. in which Marlowe has come into an agreement with her; in which they are involve in a retrieval operation. Marlowe considers activating Agent Orange for this operation, but is turned down by both Cole and Wax as they aren't sure if Orange can be controlled. Marlowe then leaves them alone to their own fruition to see how they can commence this operation. On advice from Wax, Cole visits Dolby at a shooting range where he reveals his intention for the Beef Boys' home invasion to see if he can be truly involve in the inner workings of Halo. However, Dolby points his guns at Cole and is angry over his manipulation.
Appearing in "Suspicion Threshold"
- Agent Downs
- Agent Orange
- Miriam Downs
Synopsis for "The Authority: High Stakes (Part 3 of 3)"
At the moment of the detonation of the Shatterstar Warhead, the Authority quickly disposes of it by teleporting it into a section of Viceworld, destroying that section which is the heart of Viceworld's military machine, ending Madorra Chance from making further wars on Earth. The Authority confronts Chance and have the Engineer and the Doctor neutralize Chance's defenses. They begin making short work on Viceworld's forces and Chance is then killed by Midnighter. Thereafter, Jack Hawksmoor makes an announcement to Viceworld's residents and guests into leaving the station as his team have primed several warheads to explode throughout Viceworld. Hawksmoor then finishes his announcement by forewarning the fleeing denizens of Viceworld that the Authority "plays to win."
Appearing in "The Authority: High Stakes (Part 3 of 3)"
- Madorra Chance (Dies)
- Alternate 66
- Shatterstar Bomb
- The Authority: High Stakes was reprinted in full in The Authority Vol 2 #0 and in The Authority (Vol 5): Harsh Realities.
- The Authority: High Stakes continues from Sleeper #3.