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John Byrne's Alpha Flight Omnibus 

Omnibus Basics

When Alpha Flight #1 debuted in 1983, it was one of the most anticipated new titles of all time. The first giant-sized issue sold over 500,000 copies. 1,737 more words


The Contradiction that is the Coalition's Tax Scare

It seems that the current Australian Government has a case of the left hand not knowing what the right hand is doing, which is bizarre because, in this instance, both hands are called the Treasury. 463 more words

Australian Politics

A review of "Grendel Omnibus: Volume 2: The Legacy"

“Grendel Omnibus Volume 2: The Legacy” can’t match its predecessor.  Where the first amazing Omnibus edition focused gorgeously and exclusively on creator Matt Wagner’s first “Grendel” character, the arch-villain Hunter Rose, this second collection focuses mostly on supporting characters and Rose’s successors.   388 more words

Issued today in 1966

Omnibus. Royal Caribbean Visit. Issued from 4 February 1966. Some 15 territories issued stamps commemorating the Royal Visit. Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, British Guiana, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St Christopher Nevis Anguilla, St Lucia, St Vincent, Turks & Caicos Islands, and the Virgin Islands all opting for the same two-value design while Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago did things differently. See more here.

Issued Today In History

Special Interview: Jessica Walker

Naomi Paxton talks to Jessica Walker about her upcoming concert Forbidden Love at Omnibus in Clapham as part of LGBT History month. The concert includes songs from 1920s Berlin to Cyndi Lauper. 63 more words

Special Interview

Showing off the Shelves: Captain America and Black Panther

While there are several Captain America volumes I’d still like to get sooner than not (Captain America vs. Red Skull, the Fighting Chance… 178 more words


Find Your Fight, Then Fight Like Hell

(This is really for Twitter as Facebook already seen it in status form.)

In the city with the largest black population outside of the South, he ensured that aspiring and upwardly mobile black residents would never live in his buildings. 600 more words