Omega the Unknown #2

Writer: Jonathan Lethem, Karl Rusnak Artist: Farel Dalrymple Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 7, 2007 Critic Reviews: 1
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The plot deepens and thickens and grows strange in author Jonathan Lethem's labor-of-love retelling of the legend of Omega the Unknown, the noble and enigmatic superhero from another world, and Titus Alexander Island, the earthly teenager lucky -- or is it unlucky? -- enough to find himself under the wing of this uncanny protector.

  • 8.6
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Nov 7, 2007

    So far this series succeeds best when it focuses on young Alex and his struggle to adapt to his new family life. I don't care so much about his supposed alter ego, Omega. The series has a very "coming of age" feel, partially because of Farel Dalrymple's art. Every page feels ripped straight from a children's storybook (albeit one filtered through the mind of a cynical adult). It's an effective look all around. If only the story weren't guilty of covering too many bases. Lethem is a talented enough writer that I'm sure he'll have plenty of offers coming his way. There's no need to mold every one of his ideas into one story. Read Full Review

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