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by Reed Waller,Kate Worley

Download The Collected Omaha the Cat Dancer Volume Two eBook
ISBN:
0878160485
Author:
Reed Waller,Kate Worley
Language:
English
Publisher:
Kitchen Sink Press; 1St Edition edition (1988)
Pages:
126 pages
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Volume Two of the collected omaha reprints issues 3-6 of the bi-monthly book, which continues the saga of Omaha . This volume is better than the first book, but mainly for the consistent writing of Worley and the improved illustration from Waller.

Volume Two of the collected omaha reprints issues 3-6 of the bi-monthly book, which continues the saga of Omaha, Chuck, Shelley and their friends. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Hardcover, 126 pages. Tony rated it really liked it Feb 04, 2016. Somer Hollingsworth rated it really liked it Dec 03, 2012. Marius Madsen rated it liked it Mar 17, 2013.

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Omaha and Chuck struggle to put the tangled past behind them while political corruption and a tightening police investigation threaten to destroy their future and ensnare their loved ones. All-new and never before collected, Volume 8 was drawn by legendary Omaha creator Reed Waller and written by his beloved late co-creator Kate Worley, in collaboration with James Vance. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: NBM PublishingReleased: Sep 1, 2013ISBN: 9781561638338Format: book.

The Collected "Omaha" The Cat Dancer : Volume Tw. Worley took over the writing of the seminal sexually free Omaha the Cat Dancer series with Reed Waller and made it into one of the most successful series in indie comics history

Worley took over the writing of the seminal sexually free Omaha the Cat Dancer series with Reed Waller and made it into one of the most successful series in indie comics history. She passed away in 2004 before the series was wrapped up but left enough notes for her husband James Vance to create the final chapter with artist Reed Waller. Series: Complete "Omaha" the Cat Dancer.

Book by Waller, Reed, Worley, Kate But Omaha The Cat Dancer is almost entirely devoid of jokes and humor

Book by Waller, Reed, Worley, Kate. This book was exactly what I was looking for. The first of six volumes, so quite possibly the most important if you actually wanna read the whole series, lol. Great writing, and a significant step in the history of comic books in general. 2 people found this helpful. But Omaha The Cat Dancer is almost entirely devoid of jokes and humor. It's not failed comedy; it plays itself completely straight, despite its inherently silly and non-realistic format. Okay, the characters are really just humans with a few "animal" characteristics such as snouts and tails tacked on.

Collected Omaha (Collected Omaha the Cat Dancer).

The conclusion of the adult funny animal soap opera first begun by Reed Waller and Kate Worley decades ago. The two split up personally and creatively some time back and the storyline languished, but they eventually came to a professional reconciliation before Vorley succumbed to a recurrence of cancer. Her husband, James Vance, completed the writing after her death. It's a fairly neat wrapping up of the major story threads. The main draw is the sexy humanized animal artwork, and the relationships and dialogue between the main characters, especially Chuck and Omaha.

Omaha the Cat Dancer series) VF+ (Stock photo) in Comic Books .

Omaha the Cat Dancer series) VF+ (Stock photo) in Comic Books Modern Age. OMAHA 10 printing, Kitchen Sink, 1988 Great shape, - as seen in scan. Omaha The Cat Dancer - Reed Waller and Kate Worley. Children's Comics Vintage Comics Comic Covers Kitchen Sink Underground Comics Comic Strips Art Inspo Graphic Novels Heavy Metal.

Volume Two of the collected omaha reprints issues 3-6 of the bi-monthly book, which continues the saga of Omaha, Chuck, Shelley and their friends.
  • greatest
if you want both then get volume one which also a great value.
Other really stimulating erotica: Fireside Orgies, Naughty Escapades, Visions of Giovanna, Pirate Queens Booty, College of Erotic Sciences, Barbarian Chicks and Demons etc.
  • Terr
This volume deals more with the drama then the other themes. Its an okay read, just a little change of subject.
  • Gna
It's a "furries" world, peopled by human-looking folk who actually happen to be birds, dogs, or (like Omaha) cats. In a charming bit of counter-racism, no one much seems to notice, to the point that people of one species would be quite happy at an [um] exotic dance display put on by one of the others. That's where Omaha comes in, as a [um] dancer.

There's no bam-pow action in this series. Instead, it follows a set of friends (dancers, millionaires, hookers, photographers) through trials and tribulations of family, loss, and the rest. The series has a gentle spirit, with lots of acceptance of people as they are. For example, this 1980s comic shows its gay characters sympathetically and has a laissez faire sense about what passes between consenting adults. That includes some fairly explicit exchanges of physical affection. It's always happy and consensual, but some people don't like seeing gentalia in their comics, so be warned.

"Omaha" has a low-key pace, more for romance readers than for action-lovers. The artwork is B&W, and subject to erratic quality in the drawing department - that's certainly not why you'd buy it. If characterization matters most to you, there's a lot to like here.

//wiredweird
  • Very Old Chap
Warning: This is the vol. two of the OLD edition of Omaha, so if you're buying the new edition, you shouldn't buy this book, you should buy the vol 2. of the NEW edition.
  • Zeleence
Warning: This is the vol. two of the OLD edition of Omaha, so if you're buying the new edition, you shouldn't buy this book, you should buy the vol 2. of the NEW edition.
  • Brialelis
after i read vol.1 of Omaha the Cat Dancer, i spent months looking for vol.2. what happened next? i had to know what happened to Omaha and the rest of the gang! would she ever see Chuck again? then i finally managed to find a copy of vol.2 and it was amazing! if you've read the first book, this is a must-read. if you haven't, read it anyway! the story is great!