When Checkmate fails to bring the rogue metahuman O.M.A.C. under control, they call in S.H.A.D.E.’s best agent, Frankenstein!

It’s all-out monster mayhem as O.M.A.C. and Frank battle in the streets of Metropolis. But what is Brother Eye’s real goal? It’s up to Father Time and Ray Palmer to find out!

Continued from this month’s O.M.A.C. #5!

Written by JEFF LEMIRE
Cover by J.G. JONES

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  1. I didn’t read O.M.A.C, can anyone fill me in on what happened?

    Is this the same fight from a different P.O.V, or is this round 2?

  2. I tried 16-18 of the New 52 and I’m now down to 7(to be fair I switched to hardcover on 3 titles). I’m going to try OMAC cuz of the good buzz and cuz it is ties into this title.

  3. My LCS didn’t have Frank #4 so I don’t know what to do. I hate it when you can’t rely on your LCS for this stuff.

  4. Man, this will be awesome. Loved OMAC last week. My only complaint on the cover is OMAC. I just don’t like how he’s drawn

    • Very different styles. It will also be interesting to see what OMAC looks like in the Frankenstein colour pallette. Both books have a VERY different tone and a lot to do with that is the colours used. I’m wondering how OMACs bright craziness will translate.

    • I would have preferred that Ponticelli draw the cover, just cause it’s more inline with the theme of the crossover. Jones’s covers have been cool though.

  5. i’m a little dissapointed with this issue, feels like OMAC got the big beats of the story last week.

    great intro though:)

  6. This was just the same as OMAC with Frankenstein prospective but who cares cause ALBERTO PONTICELLI is so F’N amazing. I love the way he draws action scenes, makes me want to reread the great ”Unknown Soldier” all over again.

  7. Fantastic issue!

    Upon the news that OMAC #8 will be its last, I’m trying to enjoy every drop of ink on the page that contains OMAC.

    What a fun ride its been! Hopefully, OMAC will make regular appearances in future Frank story lines.

  8. Well I was sure I didn’t need to read OMAC #5 and I was right.

    This was awesome. Ponitcelli is improving with every issue. The layouts for this fight were extremely ballsy, and he pulled it off brilliantly.

    I can’t think of a single thing I don’t like about this title. It’s one of my favorites.

  9. I enjoyed the issue as well. Loved the beginning and ending; however, I found a few pages of the action scene to be very, very confusing and it hurt the flow of the story. 4/5

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