OMAC (1991 mini-series) #1-4 [SET] — One Man Army Corps

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Jack Kirby's Vision of the Near-Future is Re-Imagined by the Great John Byrne!

Buddy Blank, the virtual “Everyman” has been chosen to Recieve Great Power from an Orbiting Satellite Code-Named “Brother Eye”.

When activated, Buddy is physically Transformed into OMAC, a One Man Ary Corps!

Endowed with Super-Human Strength and Near-Invulnurability, OMAC fights the Corruption that has infiltrated society, and the Big Boss behind it all...

Mister Big!

After fulfilling a longtime foe's request for a mercy kill, O.M.A.C. is soon told by the Global Peace Agency that a more sinister plot is unfolding.

Mister Big did not die by his hand as he previously thought, but has somehow slipped through time!

And is now inhabiting a much younger, and stronger body.

 

 

Collecting the four-issue mini-series. 

 

 

OMAC (1991 mini-series) #1 (of 4)
By John Byrne Story & Art. 
“Past Imperfect” 
After fulfilling his longtime foe's request for a mercy kill, O.M.A.C. is soon told by the Global Peace Agency that a more sinister plot is unfolding. Mister Big did not die by his hand as he previously thought, but has somehow slipped through time and is now inhabiting a much younger, and stronger body.
OMAC (1991 mini-series) #2 (of 4)
By John Byrne Story & Art. 
“Brother, Can You Spare an Eye?”
O.M.A.C. travels through time to locate his longtime foe, Mister Big. When he's transported to New York City on October 9, 1929, he's unfortunately transformed back into the weak Buddy Blank and now has amnesia.
OMAC (1991 mini-series) #3 (of 4)
By John Byrne Story & Art. 
“Mein Kampf”
Mister Big has apprehend Buddy Blank, tied him up and tortured him. Since Buddy continued to be ignorant about being, or knowing he's really O.M.A.C., Mister Big takes the bloodied Buddy to the docks to finish him off for good.
OMAC (1991 mini-series) #4 (of 4)
By John Byrne Story & Art. 
“The Man who Made Tomorrow”
1939: When Brother Eye updated Buddy's memory transference. Both soon realized that Buddy has been a "civilian" for ten years and has a pregnant wife. With the pieces fitting together, Buddy is now aware that Bigello is really Mister Big and his wife is in great danger. 1991: O.M.A.C. explains to Brother Eye how he and Mister Big were trapped in a cycle and that his life as "Buddy Blank" was part of a fifty-year time loop. None of this makes sense to Brother Eye.