Welcome to the future where aliens from other planets are norms on Earth. To maintain the peace between species, the Union of Species was enacted. Unfortunately keeping the peace is never an easy task, the Union of Species needs intelligence to stop those who pose a threat to the Union and thus the 12th Hour was born. The 12th Hour has their operatives and agents which go on any types of mission, from gathering intel to eliminating a target. Agent: Wild #0 follows Teresa aka Agent Wild who was in deactivated suspension from a failed mission two years back. She's reassigned to do an extraction and elimination operation. Being able to manifest energy into almost anything should make a mission to kill all those who are against the Union and retrieve a package simple. She is saved by a ghost from her past when she is cornered by the enemy but she is skeptical and in shock. Informed of a secret faction inside the Union and the 12th will start a coup, the question becomes whether she believes the intel and which side will she pick.
With Issue Zero at a close, the audience will have to find out what the ramifications are in the future issues. Overall Agent Wild issue zero is exceptional, the art is well-done thanks to Larry Welch, Jeff Graham, Nicolas Chapuis and Jesse Heagy. Agent: Wild has a lot of potential thanks do the creator Don Walker. With this union between alien species, the readers can be hopeful and expect more versatile and diverse agents. Although there isn't much information of the female agent on who she is as a person/alien and how her powers work, we expect the future issues will shed some more light on her origin as well as consequences of intel Agent Wild now knows. A reader will easily enjoy this sci-fi action thriller with a hint of politics. Agent: Wild Issue Zero is available via Indystash's subscription bundles and you can follow any updates of Agent: Wild on their Facebook page.