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Wildcats, Vol. 2: Vicious Circles (WildC.A.T.s II #2)
This collection finds the Wildcats taking on a new direction as Lord Emp leaves the team for good with the remain members relocating to California.
Paperback, 144 pages
Published February 1st 2001 by DC Comics
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As a new reader of Wildcats, this stuff is still unnecessarily confusing (only one of the aliens looks like an alien and this team has yet to really be much of a team), but it's a definite improvement over the first volume. Sean Phillips's shadowy art is great, and it seems like Joe Casey's trying to slowly reintroduce and make sense of a bunch of odd characters created by Jim Lee to draw something cool.
Sep 16, 2014 Patrick rated it 4 of 5 stars
Finally, the Wildcats feel like developing characters! I followed Joe Casey and Sean Phillips' careers because of this book. I'm glad to report this first volume is as good as my nostalgic memory. The creators quickly address the series' previous ongoing plots and make the story their own.
Casey takes the Wildcats and suddenly turns them into a team of living, breathing human beings in these sometimes daring tales that do what Scott Lobdell tried to do (and failed) at the start of volume two. The Void story that ends the volume is particularly great.