Now this is what I’m talking about. This was a goodin’. And once again I found out about it way too late.
OMAC is a Jack Kirby creation, I believe, from the 1970s when he was injecting the DC Universe with awesomeness. Beforehand I didn’t know much about the character; just Greg Rucka’s mini-series “The OMAC Project” that preceded “Infinite Crisis”.
That had a small percentage of the population turning into sleeper agent androids and a Skynet-esque satellite called Brother Eye. Very god, but not really related to this series it seems.
This issue was about a Blue Hulk creature with a giant fan on his head breaking into CADMUS. That’s it really, not much happens in the book. Still, a pretty fun read nonetheless. It drops you into the action, sprinkles some humor sparingly, and keeps the character drama at a nice level. Honestly; imagine how your coworkers would react to a giant blue monster just coming in and smashing your workplace to bits. The fact that CADMUS is itself a secret laboratory filled with psychic mutants and seductive androids make the whole experience pretty entertaining, since none of those guys are freaked out by OMAC barging in.