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This CBS cartoon, based on the Image Comics characters created by Jim Lee, failed to topple the X-men bandwagon. I still enjoyed it because I never really read the comics. Therefore, I had nothing to compare it to while watching it. It had a lot of action and a decent but confusing storyline about a good-guy group called the Coda battling evil aliens called Daemonites.
But the animation was not that strong. The theme song was very catchy, though. I understand there was not a romance between Grifter and Zealot in the comics, but there was one unnecessary one on this show, that added nothing to the story.
Again, the show WildCATS, like the comics, was no threat to the X-Men in any way. But it was entertaining, and worth a few looks on DVD.
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