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WildStorm was an imprint originally published by Image Comics that was later bought out by DC Comics. Their self-contained universe featured a lot of influential stories in the 90's. The company is known for a very 90's-style edginess with its characters, but they still published some of the finest creator-owned books of the decade.
- Gen 13: Who They Are and How They Came to Be is the original Gen 13 mini-series. The story gives their origin, as they're abducted by I.O. and escape with John Lynch.
- Gen 13: Starting Over is the first arc of the Gen 13 ongoing series. It was written by Brandon Choi and J. Scott Campbell with illustrations by Campbell, marking the beginning of Campbell's highly successful era.
- Gen 13: Best of a Bad Lot is the first arc of Gail Simone's Gen 13 reboot, published as part of WorldStorm. It gives the team a new origin story and tells their adventures from the beginning.
- Planetary is a limited series written by Warren Ellis with illustrations by John Cassaday. The story follows a team of "Archaeologists of the Impossible," including Elijah Snow, Jakita Wagner, and The Drummer.
- Team 7: Gone Animal is the original Team 7 mini-series, written by Chuck Dixon. It explains the history behind Miles Craven creating the first Gen-Actives, and turning Gen 12 into the world's deadliest force.
- Team 7: Objective: Hell is the second Team 7 mini-series, written by Chuck Dixon. The story deals with their reformation after the previous series, and a new mission in Cambodia.
- Team 7: Dead Reckoning is the third and final Team 7 mini-series, written by Chuck Dixon. Team 7 disbands and goes into hiding when they learn that Craven is trying to steal their children.