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Batman: Detective Comics #981 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas
Batman and Batwoman fight against the Omac army controlled by Ulysses and a possessed Red Robin, among whose number is Azrael and Batwing Can Red Robin be saved? Can Gotham? If so, what does this mean for the Gotham Knights? Detective Comics #981 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas With Detective Comics #981, we[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #980 cover by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Batwoman distracts the Tim Drake Omac while Batman, Spoiler, and Orphan infiltrate the transformed Belfry The Bat-Family hopes that they can shut down Tim and Ulysses' control tower and override the Omac drones destroying Gotham City. Batman: Detective Comics #980 cover by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson The story advances more in this issue[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #979 cover by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Red Robin has been taken over by Brother Eye and the newest iteration of Omac This puts him at the mercy of Ulysses, now calling himself the General The Colony's armored soldiers are also being taken over by Omac and are attacking Batman, Batwoman, Colonel Kane, and the Colony Back in the Batcave, Orphan[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #978 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas
It's been cover-spoiled by Detective Comics #979, and the involvement of Brother Eye is debatably a giveaway unto itself. In any case, here's your spoiler warning for the remainder of the review. So, Ulysses and Brother Eye have unleased Omac However, it's unfortunately not Kevin Kho, the most recent person to wield the title of Omac[...]
Darkseid
Darkseid wants them caught, and he enlists three of the Female Furies, Lashina, Stompa, and Mad Harriet to bring them in. The second tale, by Paul Levitz, Phil Hester, Ande Parks, and Dave Stewart is a short of Omac, the One-Man-Army-Corps, and his discoveries about the organization for which he fights. The Kirby Grabbers consist of a[...]
What Jack Kirby Means To A Comic Fan, Critic, And Aspiring Creator
He designed imaginative and unique characters that most people couldn't have even fathomed had he not helped create them. The Fantastic Four, the X-Men, the Avengers, the Incredible Hulk, Black Panther, the Silver Surfer, Doctor Doom, the Red Skull, the New Gods, the Challengers of the Unknown, Etrigan the Demon, OMAC, Kamandi, and so many more[...]
Blue Beetle #10 Review: A Spritz Of Rain In The DC Drought
Jamie Reyes confronts Arion himself, while Ted Kord and Omac fight against the armies of beast men Things look shaky as Jamie is attacked by Mordecai, a servant of Arion Ted begins to suffer cardiac arrest, and Omac is blinded by the beasts. Arion makes his way into El Paso with the intent of destroying the[...]
Blue Beetle #9 Review- A Weird, Wild Ride And I Am OMAC
They trio receive aid from Omac, and they attempt to strike at the heart of the matter, Arion himself During this crisis, Teri finds Doctor Fate's helmet, and is sent on a quest by Nabu, Lord of Order, to Salem to find Kent Nelson himself. So, despite this ridiculously complex plot and my previous issues with[...]
Haspiel And Todd Celebrate Kirby's 96th With OMAC Tribute
  Hannah Means-Shannon, senior New York Correspondent at Bleeding Cool writes from Hang Dai Studios, Brooklyn; In honor of Jack Kirby's 96th birthday, so widely celebrated with tributes on the internet from fans and comics creators alike, Brooklyn-based artist Dean Haspiel (The Fox, Billy Dogma), sat down to face the challenge of inking an iconic Kirby promo[...]
Saturday Trending Topics: OMACtivate
 Though I must say, I haven't read OMAC #3 yet, but any comic with the word OMACtivate in it wins my three bucks. Most-Read Comic Stories Today: O.M.A.C #3 – One More Asinine Comment (Okay, A Few, Actually) Well, the fact of life for me is that for every good book that I enjoy and want to rave[...]
Thirteen Thoughts About Thirteen DC New 52 #3 Comics – Action Comics, Animal Man, Stormwatch, Detective Comics, Green Arrow, OMAC, Men Of War, Batwing, Red Lanterns, Hawk And Dove, Static Shock, Swamp Thing and Justice League International
This is a harsh book, but a rewarding one, once you look past the superfights. OMAC #3 Just what this comic needed Another weird looking head This is not just an inspired-by-Kirby comic, but it also seems to be taking a lead from Steve Gerber's work, especially in the dialogue and captions And hes, the people[...]