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Death has symbolism. Sometimes how you die can be just as important, if not moreso, than how you live. The last issue of The Omega Men cements the DC Comics series as one of the best superhero books ever, with a finale that has me wondering if it was meant to be an improvised explosive device all along.
As discussed previously, they're more like super-terrorists. And they just did something shocking in the latest issue of their great series.
The first time we saw the new version of DC's outer space super-team, they were broadcasting what appeared to be the live murder of someone who used to be a Green Lantern. One of the Omega Men slit Kyle Rayner's throat as millions of sentient beings watched. Believe it or not, the Omega Men are supposed to be the good guys.