In this, the thus-far final volume of “Omaha” The Cat Dancer, Chuck and Omaha settle back into the old lives over the holidays, while the rest of the cast tries to build stable lives for themselves, with some notable failures.
Omaha dyes her hair blond (which for an anthropomorphic cat, just looks weird) and runs off to a small town to start a new life. Chuck, who is handling the separation poorly, seeks stability with a new mission.
“Omaha” The Cat Dancer Volume 3 NBM Publishing “Omaha” has changed a lot since the beginning. The first volume was basically a blunt polemic about sexual liberation, and the hypocrisy of the politicians trying to quell … Continue reading →
“Omaha” The Cat Dancer Volume 2 NBM Publishing Charles, Chuck’s father is a Machiavellian millionaire industrialist. In volume one, he conspired with the politicians of Mipple City to orchestrate a ‘decency’ campaign, shutting down all the … Continue reading →
The Complete “Omaha” The Cat Dancer Volume 1 NBM Publishing “Omaha” The Cat Dancer was a product of the underground comics movement in the 1970s. In the introduction to this volume, creator by Reed Waller, says that … Continue reading →