“O” Is For …

… Our Army At War! (1952)

And this is kind of a cheat. When I say, “Our Army At War,” I really mean, “Sgt. Rock.” I don’t think I’ve read much else from the series.

(I did write a Haunted Tank chapter for an academic horror anthology a couple years ago … but I don’t think the Haunted Tank appeared in this series).

All of which is to say that the “O’s” are pretty thin. Same can be said of the next several letters. I need your help today, and into early next week, to help me find those hidden gems. If you have suggestions, now is the time. Shout ‘em out!

Honorable Mentions:

  • The Omega Men (2015)
  • Omega The Unknown (1976)

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Posted on February 16, 2018, in Comics A-To-Z and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. I’m surprised there was no mention of the crazy OMAC series by Kirby, let alone the Outsiders or Simonson’s run on Orion.

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  2. I had you pegged for OMAC.

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    • I know, right? I’m usually good for all things Kirby. But haven’t really read OMAC (or the Demon, for that matter). Someday I’ll find a discounted Omnibus at a con or MAYBE DC WILL LAUNCH A DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE ALREADY!!


  3. I’d have to go with Omega the Unknown. Such a shame that it was prematurely ended. I still wonder about where the series would have gone.

    I have a handful of Omega Men issues which were good, and the Outsiders as well.


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