The OMAC Project

The OMAC Project

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Paperback, Pages: 256

Genres: Sequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Superheroes

Language: English

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Written by Greg Rucka, Geoff Johns and Judd Winick Art by Jesus Saiz, Rags Morales, Ed Benes, Phil Jimenez, Ivan Reis, and various Cover by Ladronn Spinning out of IDENTITY CRISIS, COUNTDOWN TO INFINITE CRISIS was a Special that laid the groundwork for events in the DCU for the year to come. Now COUNTDOWN is collected with the hot miniseries that directly spun out of it: THE OMAC PROJECT! This crackerjack thriller by Greg Rucka (ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, WONDER WOMAN) features the moody, gorgeous art of Jesus Saiz (MANHUNTER). Every hero and villain in the DCU is under the gaze of an unbelievably powerful spy satellite. Its a technological marvel that answers to only one person - and hes got plans for it that are completely unknown to the superspy organization he controls: Checkmate! In a world where men can fly and melt metal with their eyes, theres now an army created specifically as an answer to them: the OMACs Batman and old ally Booster Gold are about to learn the chilling truth behind the OMAC Project - but will they work with or against each other? This volume includes COUNTDOWN TO INFINITE CRISIS, THE OMAC PROJECT #1-6, and WONDER WOMAN #219.

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  •    Akinorg Gonigliaro
    2020
    Countdown to Infinite Crisis. What better way to begin a sequel to Crisis on Infinite Earths than with a big one-shot that highlights Blue Beetle and Booster Gold, two of the core members of the JLI, one of the most memorable and unique comics to come out of the original Crisis?

    And, Countdown is very much the intro to that sequel, Infinite Crisis. It's primarily a lead-in for The OMAC Project and Superman: Sacrifice, but it also touches upon the other two introductory series, Day of Vengeance and The Rann-Thangar War. Honestly, that makes it a lot less of its own book. It's primarily a setup that leads up to a single inciting event. Fortunately, the writing is sharp and interesting enough that it's an intriguing setup, and particularly today when you can read straight on to the rest of the story, you don't mind it's incomplete nature.

    Of course one can't speak of Countdown without addressing the elephant in the room: the fan favorite character killed within and the other fan favorite character who was darkened irrevocably. In its day, that generated very angry responses from fans, in part because it sabotaged the JLI reunion that Keith Giffen was even then writing. Today? I think the uproar hardly matters. The characters are both back due to the total continuity f*** known as the Nu52, and who knows how all this fits any more. And honestly, people remember Infinite Crisis, not Giffen's short-lived JLI reunion. So, we can now enjoy this particular story without that drama.

    The OMAC Project. Of all the Infinite Crisis miniseries, The OMAC Project is the one that most obviously continues on from Countdown to Infinite Crisis. That means it's the continuing story of Max Lord, a regathered JLI, and the OMACs. These are all great elements, with the OMACs and Brother I (Eye) in particular being a strong addition to the modern-day DC universe. There's also some fun mystery and some good interactions between DC heroes.

    However, The OMAC Project does have two flaws. First, the fact that Superman: Sacrifice goes right in the middle detracted from the classic collections of this book (though they did at least include Wonder Woman #219). Second, after the cataclysmic events of Sacrifice, the story drags, having lost its human focus. Still, this is an intriguing and ground-breaking story. [4/5]
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