Omega Flight: Alpha to Omega

Omega Flight Alpha to Omega As super villains flood the Canadian border Omega Flight begins to cement its team of heroes A new character is added to the ranks as US Agent saves Toronto from the powerful and beautiful Daisy

  • Title: Omega Flight: Alpha to Omega
  • Author: Michael Avon Oeming Scott Kolins
  • ISBN: 9780785124412
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Paperback
  • As super villains flood the Canadian border, Omega Flight begins to cement its team of heroes A new character is added to the ranks as US Agent saves Toronto from the powerful and beautiful Daisy.

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    1. As a fan of the John Byrne-helmed "Alpha Flight," I grew first weary then angry at how subsequent creators handled the material. By the end of the first edition, the writing and art were about as low as you could get. The writer pulled a "deus ex machina" stunt in the last few pages of the final issue to resolve a story that took a year to build. All those poor, helpless, incompetent Canadian heroes I'd grown to love needed Dr. Strange to show up and fix their problem for them. Weak. Disappointi [...]


    2. Felt weirdly obligated to read this, being Canadian and all. It's not great, but it's not that bad. Mostly falters in the action scenes, which are confusing despite the strong illustrations. Lots of people crying in this. Like, just crying all the time. It's HEAVY SHIT, this forgettable comic about an Indigenous stereotype and a flying Canadian flag and the actual Sasquatch and literally fake versions of Captain America and Spider-Man. At least they tried. I mean it.


    3. Really, there was nothing here for me. I'm not familiar with most of the characters, or with Alpha Flight (I'd read an issue or two a long time ago), but liked the title and so I picked it up at the library. Muddled and confusing story, with muddled and confusing art, most of which is fight scenes.


    4. Continuing the (not currently so) great x-read of 2017/18Well, it has been awhile since I read two absolutely awful TPBs in a row in this experiment. But yeah This was terrible. Bad plotting, What little characterization there is is pretty atrocious, the art goes between pretty good to messy panels where you can't tell what is going on. It's pretty easy to see why this Alpha Flight relaunch never got off the ground. There just isn't anything here to get excited over.As an aside, was USAgent alwa [...]


    5. Scott Kolins artwork in this volume could be described as mediocre at best. The art is detailed like I want my comic art to be, but all of the characters look just a little off. None of the faces look very good and the bodies are weird looking to me. Sasquatch is the only character htat I really enjoyed how he looked and he's not human. I've seen some of Kolins' other work and almost all of it is better than his art here. art gets 2 1/2 stars.Michael Avon Oeming is a comic writer that I'd never [...]


    6. On paper Omega Flight has all the elements to make for a fun comic. On actual paper it's just OK. How you turn a team-up of Sasquatch, Talisman, Beta Ray Bill, Michael Pointer, Arachne, and US Agent into something that feels so superfluous, I'll never know. Of these six only Pointer gets some actual character development, and he plays well off the mournful Talisman. Sasquatch, however, gets the Hawkeye-in-The-Avengers-movie treatment, Beta Ray Bill continues to try and make sense of the arc he c [...]


    7. I remember hearing about this series seven years ago and pre-ordered it at my local comic shop. Boy, am I glad that the staff were lazy and never followed through; I would have kicked myself for spending money on this after reading it. I heard it wasn't so good, but I still had to pick it up when I noticed it at the library.The covers make the team seem like a force to be reckoned with, but instead they just gnash their teeth at each other and get their asses kicked by a two-bit group of villain [...]


    8. Terrible dialogue, boring unfinished art. It's like we got the worst of Oeming on this one - why couldn't he plot this, hand over the writing to someone decent, and work up some of his visual magic? Ugh, and it makes my Canadian heart cry to see what a hack job they do of this.Good lord that ending was bad - worse than the end credits from Animal House. Only question I care about pursuing from this book: why is Beta Ray Bill (a) in need of a non-powered "secret identity", and (b) hosted in a hum [...]


    9. This is one of my personal favorites. Scott Kolins' art is different, but very entertaining. Great story.


    10. The art was inconsistent and the story a bit dragging but there were some good moments too just not enough to earn more than 3 stars


    11. I feel like this book was trying really hard to be gritty and dark and it was just boring. Also USAgent is the worst and such a jerk. Arachne was the only good part of this.



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