Zealot appears in 348 issues.
Andromache is a Coda assassin and took up leadership of the group after Zealot.
Attica is the leader of the Troika and the brains of the group. His robotic enhancements make him stronger, faster and improve his senses. He can also connect with and control H.A.R.M.
Baroness Destine is a member of the Coda and the ruler of the country named Yurgovia.
Zealot and the Dark Knight met at the events of Dreamwars. The two went one on one in a duel to the death. Batman managed to cost her an eye but Zealot eventually defeated the Dark Knight and took off his head.
He is a mercenary who tried to kill Deathstroke. His arm was cut off by Deathstroke.
The very mention of his name makes lesser men tremble! The brilliant scientist whose iron mask conceals his scarred (but once handsome) face! Master of science and sorcery, Victor Von Doom is the monarch of Latveria, attempting the betterment of humanity through world conquest! Unequaled and unrivaled in every manner, Doctor Doom has had many conflicts with both earthly and cosmic super-beings, but he will always be known as the eternal nemesis of Reed Richards and his accursed Fantastic Four!
Eliska the Witch is known in Kasmia for her telepathic powers. She gave birth to a child, a gifted one, that was possessed by a Daemonite, but was restored after the WildC.A.T.s helped out.
The Time Lord's knowledge of futuristic science and mastery of time through his chrono-cube enable him to field an awesome array of deadly weapons against his opponents.
A Xenomorph born from Fahrenheit of Stormwatch, thus granting it the power to breathe fire rather than spit acid.
Zealot and Gina faced each other in the present and while time-travelling.
Gnome is an information broker; he sells information for money and favors. He's a normal human with highly advanced technology, vast wealth and his own criminal empire.
H.A.R.M. is a cyborg that is more robot than human. He has a multitude of weapons and no personality. He is one third of the Troika and an enemy of the WildC.A.T.S.
Zealot is a Kherubim warrior that was stranded on Earth when her ship crashed thousands of years ago. She founded the Coda and joined the WildC.A.T.S to fight the Daemonites.
Henry Bendix was the head of Stormwatch. After switching places with an alternate version of himself, he came back and became an enemy of The Authority.
In the DCU he has debuted as the president of Gamorra.
Kenyan was a human that Lord Emp made immortal. Emp didn't know that Kenyan was a murderous psycho, and after he was made immortal he started using alien technology to try to destroy/rule the world.
Karlak is a Khund warrior that has fought against the Legion of Super-Heroes.
Zealot was sent along with Deathstroke, and the Omegas to hunt down Lobo by Director Maxim.
In WildC.A.T.s/X-Men: The Silver Age #1, Mr. Sinister kidnapped and experimented on Zealot, whom he imprisoned in his lab.
Godlike alien being who feeds on the fundamentals forces. It can manipulate reality but at the cost of consuming other universes.
Originally a mercenary who worked with the Daemonites in the Wildstorm universe. In the DCU He is a Hawkman villain.
Zealot is a Kherubim warrior that was stranded on Earth when her ship crashed thousands of years ago. She founded the Coda and joined the WildC.A.T.S to fight the Daemonites. Raven betrayed and destroyed the Coda. When Zealot found out, she joined Nemesis in trying to kill him.
Sarin is an assassin trained by Zealot.
Slaughterhouse Smith is a villain in the Wildstorm Universe.
Tapestry is an immortal sorceress who imprisoned Zealot for 100 years several millennia ago. Ever since, she has been one of Zealots most powerful enemies.
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