Omega Men: The End Is Here

From one of the most modern writers in the industry, Tom King and artist Barnaby Bagenda, comes the critically acclaimed comic book series Omega Men: The End Is Here.

From one of the most modern writers in the industry, Tom King and artist Barnaby Bagenda, comes the critically acclaimed comic book series Omega Men: The End Is Here. This is a revolutionary new take on the classic DC space opera.

This story is known for thought-provoking action, hard-hitting, romance, intrigue, and revenge, it is the alpha and omega!

Transmit across the universe; the Omega Men make public a beaten and reserved Kyle Rayner. They make their intentions clear as they kill the previous White Lantern. Now the entire universe is staring at and the hunt for the Omega Men started. The line between good and evil is unclear in this part of the galaxy, and you do not know who to trust.

The conflict in this story is presented in the first part of it. Kyle Rayner, the White Lantern, is dead and the Omega Men killed him on live TV. They are a criminal gang, a fanatical cult, a terrorist organization. And they are the only hope for freedom this godforsaken part of the universe has.
 
Regardless of what the people of the Vega System think they saw, the White Lantern lives as the prisoner of the Omega Men. What they actually want him to be is their latest recruit in their inexorable war against the all-powerful Citadel and its oppressive Viceroy.
 
As Kyle gets to know this assorted crew of outlaws, he will question the whole thing he knows about being a hero. In this bizarre system where the Green Lanterns are forbidden, will he break his promise and join their revolution? Or will he find out that the Omega Men are monsters in the end?

The Omega Men is not a typical comic book. It is not some kind of unoriginal sci-fi adventure full with tropes. This is a true and unique space opera. Be pleased about in the glory of what the team of authors built for you to banquet your eyes upon.

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