A Sheep in Wolf's Clothing is the thirty-third (eighteenth on Fox Kids) episode from the animated series, The Magician. It was aired on June 25, 1999 on Fox Kids and also originally in 1997.
Ace Cooper was on his way home when he nearly runs over a stampede of escaped zoo animals. Later, Vega explains about the Company of Wolves, a group of young "eco-terrorists" who were completely against everything that was ecologically wrong. Cosmo hangs out with his buddies at the video game arcade when he discovers a strange symbol in Ulene's notebook. Back at the Magic Express, Ace is determined to discover who made up the Wolves Company team before the police do, since they take the problem more seriously than the group really knows. The group's "mentor" wants them to create a stir at the Surge Consortium with a supported "fake bomb".
At the consortium, Ace and Cosmo keep a lookout when Ace spotted two maintenance workers doing something unusual. He discovers the bomb while Cosmo goes after one of the workers which was surprisingly Ulene. Ace has had trouble disarming the bomb coating because it's one design which can't be disarmed. So he it in a special coating and lets the bomb go off. Out of comes some odd (killer) confetti which later turns to be a toxic, deadly and cautious substance, B-343 made by Surge Laboratories.
Cosmo catches up with Ulene, learns about the Company of Wolves and joins the group. The "mentor" next instructs the group to kidnap Professor Surge to stop the pollution. The mentor is really Sonny Boy, the professor's son, and all he wants to do is take control of the Surge Consortium. By a strange fate, Ace and Cosmo run into each other as Prof. Surge is being kidnapped. Somehow, Cosmo leaves a clue leading Ace to a warehouse near the Grand Canal. At that old warehouse, the group has an internal argument while Ace, Sonny Boy's henchmen, and police showed up at the same time.
- Captain Friedrich
- Lieutenant Derek Vega
- Ulene (former member of the Wolves Company)
- Professor Jonathan Surge
Company of Wolves