Complete Omaha Cat Dancer Volume 4 TP 10-13 Shrinkwrapped Reed Waller Kate Worley

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The Complete “Omaha” the Cat Dancer: Volume 4
by Reed Waller, Kate Worley

In these four classic episodes, the celebrated adult graphic novel reaches a pivotal juncture. While Chuck and Omaha’s idyllic romance begins to unravel, the mysterious Lopez makes his entrance, blackmail plots are hatched, and the loathsome Senator Bonner plays his trump cards culminating in a shocking act of violence that will have far-reaching consequences on the lives of the Mipple City gang.

Celebrated for its literate and absorbing storyline and beautifully rendered “funny animal” characters, the sexy story of “Omaha” continues in this definitive reprint series, leading up to an all-new conclusion by Reed Waller, Kate Worley and James Vance being pre-serialized in the pages of Sizzle magazine.

Collects issues 10-13.

Paperback, 128 pages
Published July 1st 2006 by NBM Publishing ISBN 978-1-56163-478-1

I’ve loved the Omaha series since I first cracked open the cover. It’s filled with beautiful art, terrific story telling, and enough drama, romance, and thrills to keep anyone turning the page. These books have been hard to come by in the past, so get them while you can! Just remember, they’re frank ADULT books, dealing with adult issues. Murder, sex, drugs, and more are the normal routine. However, it’s told so well that you can’t help but lose yourself in the series.

The furries (and sometimes featheries) of this soap opera mostly just want to live their lives and loves in peace, letting others live and love as they see fit. Loving between grownups is big here, but always in keeping with the plot – shy readers should take that into account.

Although this dates from the late 1980s, the tension is as real as today. The bad guy, Senator Bonner, takes up a platform of rigid moral rectitude, and takes it out on our happy hedonists. Although he has the power of police behind him, our gentle band fights back as only pacifists can. It turns out that Bonner celebrates his little victories by hiring (and abusing) sex workers of the kind he campaigns against publicly, allowing for infiltration. Then there are the negatives (how retro!) showing him in some less-than-holy moments.

As with any good soap opera, the characters have their flaws, misunderstandings, and personal struggles, giving wide scope for sub-plots.

Near mint condition, shrinkwrapped.