Omega was the primary comic story of the publication of the same name. It is a spin-off of Doctor Who making use of Bob Baker and Dave Martin's individual license to the titular character from The Three Doctors as well as the planet Minyos and its people from Underworld.
Publisher's summary[edit | edit source]
The people of the planet Minyos are in revolt against their alien gods. This chaos is being stoked by the rogue god Omega, who longs to free himself from his black hole prison and wreak revenge. But brave Princess Malika, last of the Minyan royal family, is determined to fight back.
Plot[edit | edit source]
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Characters[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Princess Malika is the last living member of the Minyos royal family.
- Oxirgi sparked the Minyans to revolt against their Gods on the behalf of Omega.
- Malika sends messages with a bird-like messenger drone.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- This comic story credited thanks to Bob Baker, Louise Jameson, Paul Tams, Justin Johnson, Marcus Hearn, John Setrice, Dez Skinn, John Freeman, Darren Scott, Stephen Jewell, Karl Brown, Christian Tarpey, Annie Wallace, Paul Phillips, Louise Wade, Michael Perler, Laurence Hallam, Christopher Colley, Paul Dawson, James Thresher, Alistair Wallace, Harald Gehlen, Ian Fensome, Vitas Varnas, Daniel Croatto, Neil Kenny, James Gould, Martin Parsons, Christopher Knight, Frank Rhoden, Lea Boyles, Mark Kalita, Noel Warham, Jules Samuels, Lucas A Ferrara, Antonio Amaral and Cornelius Blanc.
- Many of these individuals had been God-tier backers of the Omega Kickstarter campaign, and had their likeness used in the crowd scene of the first issue.
Continuity[edit | edit source]
- "Gods" arrived on Minyos and gave the Minyans their techology. (TV: Underworld)
- Omega was imprisoned in a black hole and planned revenge against the Gods of Minyos. (TV: The Three Doctors)
- The Gods of Minyos gave Princess Malika and the royal family their gift of "cellular renewal". (TV: The Tenth Planet, et al.)
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