Naomi Ends at Issue #6 in June… But Will Return

The Silencer isn't the only comic coming to an end in June. Naomi will end with Naomi #6, DC's June solicitations reveal.

art and cover by JAMAL CAMPBELL
This is it, the end of the first season of NAOMI by the breakout collaboration of writers Brian Michael Bendis and David F. Walker and artist Jamal Campbell! With her origins finally revealed, Naomi embraces the journey ahead and charts a course for the future and her role.
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However, this is less an ending and more of a "see you later," as Bendis revealed back in February that the DC Universe has big plans for Naomi coming out of this series.

"What David, Jamaal and I are so excited about with NAOMI is that the story starts so small but gets so big. Her secrets open up all kinds of story possibilities in the DC Universe," Bendis said in a Reddit AMA. "She is coming to be part of the DC Universe with a fresh perspective. I'm very excited to see what other writers do with her. I love what the writers are doing with Miles and Jessica, for example, I love sharing characters and seeing them move on past us."

And then, sometime in the future, Naomi will return from this creative team in Naomi 2, with Bendis saying of that, "Issue six wraps the first NAOMI run. We're going to do it HELLBOY style because Jamal needs to take a break! David and I will be building the next part, but by issue four of this series you will see EXACTLY how different. NAOMI 2 joins AMETHYST as a previously announced Wonder Comics season 2 book!"

The big secret of Naomi's parentage should be revealed in April's Naomi #4.

Naomi Ends at Issue #6 in June… But Will Return

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