Universal war wages between two prehistoric alien races. One of the races is the heroic Kherubim while the other is the evil Daemonites.
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Addison Bell ...
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Lorne Kennedy ...
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Universal war wages between two prehistoric alien races. One of the races is the heroic Kherubim while the other is the evil Daemonites.

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The series was based upon the Image comic of the same name. See more »

Quotes

Maul: When a 30-foot guy tells you to do something, you better do it!
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Referenced in The Image Revolution (2014) See more »

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Wildcats Theme Song
Vocals by Sheree Jeacocke and Gerry Mosby
Score by Ray Parker and Tom Szczesniak
Produced by Parker Szczmith Music Inc.
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Great Cartoon, disappointing voice acting
19 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a great cartoon. I remember getting up early on the weekend to catch this show. It really did well to get me into the comic books. I started buying them every chance I got.

I recently saw it on cable again and realized something: this show had some bad decisions on voice actors. The only really well cast parts were Marlowe, Spartan, Void, Zealot, and Helspont. However, Maul sounds like a big black guy when he gets large, but he is a white guy normally. Grifter sounds like a little guy trying to force a bad gruff voice. Voodoo sounds like a screechy little girl. Pike sounds like a well mannered white guy, but is supposed to be black. Choices like these didn't bother me as a kid, but now they seem odd. Maul should have been played by a gruff voiced guy like Ron Perlman. Grifter by anyone that actually sounds like a a gruff person and not someone just doing it for show. Voodoo would have been voiced well by someone with a more seductive voice (children's show I know, but in the comic she's a stripper). Pike should have been voiced by someone like Keith David (Goliath, Spawn). It's kind of distracting after having not seen the show for so long to go bad and hear the voices are wrong.

But, all in all, this was a great show that worked well and translated the comic well.


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