OMAC Project #6

Writer: Greg Rucka Artist: Jesus Saiz, Cliff Richards Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Bailey Oct 5, 2005

    In The End: While this didn't have the huge, epic ending I was expecting (especially after the events of Day of Vengeance), it still worked. Rucka has always gone against what I thought he was going to, but that makes for a better reading experience. There was a lot of heart in this series and Rucka pulled off the dramatic tension of Checkmate, Max Lord and Brother Eye masterfully. The art in this issue was incredible, especially the double page spread of the heroes fighting the O.M.A.C.s. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shaun Manning Oct 4, 2005

    Much like Day of Vengeance, The OMAC Project ends on a question rather than an answer. This has the effect of heightening excitement for Infinite Crisis (being, as it will, the next issue), but there is something less than satisfying about a miniseries ending without its own distinct conclusion. OMAC does better than Vengeance did: here each side wins a battle and old allies are reunited, whereas in DoV, not much of anything was resolved. As these miniseries were always meant to lead up to Infinite Crisis, all might be forgiven if that series is the incredible epic its shaping up to be. But if the central event does not have some serious, definite, concrete endings, even the most enthusiastic fans may throw their hands up in frustration. Read Full Review

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