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Nothing -- not The Mink, not The Nowhere Man, not hordes of zombified robots or robotified zombies, not even poisoned hamburgers -- can possibly stop Omega The Unknown from concluding his story in this tenth issue of this precedent-smashing miniseries. Learn the final fates of Alex, Amanda, Fenton and their friends -- as well as the answer to this question: if one of Manhattan's costumed defenders perishes, can anyone take his place?







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This retelling of the Omega the Unknown story by award winning writer Jonathan Lethem and artist Farel Dalrymple has for the most part been extremely satisfying.  Alas, I have to report that the last issue was something of a letdown, only just passing muster.  Why so?  Well, principly because Lethem has taken the 'Nuff Said approach of producing an issue with next to no text in it (there's just one very brief piece of dialogue between two ancilliary characters).  In a series which has thrived on...

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Writer Jonathan Lethem Artist Farel Dalrymple  I found this series hiding in the racks at my local store. I'm usually open to new things and this looked like an interesting marvel mini-series so I was attracted enough to buy the set. When I got home I did a little research and found out this was a revamp of some old series that got an early cancel back in the 70's. After reading all ten issues in one go I have to say I was left a little confused, but more than satisfied. I would highly recommen...

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