Led by “L’ange de Bastogne,” Lissau and Mann’s gripping cover feature, the latest collection of all-new stories by some of today’s best, unsung indie comic book talents also includes gems such as “Cold,” Steve Wallace’s alternately humorous and dramatic exploration of two space miners caught in a possibly hopeless situation, and “The Night Shift,” a short by Dino Caruso and Sam Agro with a twist ending that will leave readers smiling. Rounding out the issue’s offerings is the final chapter of “Omega,” the action-espionage serial by Editor Pj Perez, in which the drama of the siege at Hoover Dam comes to an explosive conclusion.
Critics have been digging what they’ve seen in Omega Comics Presents so far. Comics Should Be Good enjoyed Alex DeGruchy’s “The Hero’s Journey” from issue three, calling it “a cool little superhero story that we probably wouldn't see from one of the Big Two.” Ain’t It Cool News loves the series, declaring “Omega Comics Presents continues to be a powerful anthology featuring some surprisingly talented folks you've more than likely never heard of ... yet.” And Bookgasm simply demanded “more please!” Who are we to argue?
Shipping April 6, Omega Comics Presents #4 is now available for pre-order directly from Pop! Goes the Icon at popgoestheicon.com for $3.99 per copy, and will be available in select comic book stores. A digital download will be available exclusively at DriveThruComics.com for only 99 cents.
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