The complete "Omaha" the cat dancer

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Amerotica, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages
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Things have spun terribly out of control at the nightclu Omaha performs in as a party for the powerful turns into an orgy and her friend Shelley gets shot. Omaha's boyfriend Chuck is furious to find out his powerful father is involved in what ends up as a tawdry power grab putting them all in danger. Worse, his father manages to abduct Omaha saying he needs her to take care of Shelley and keep her safe. Chuck and Omaha are separated and miss each other terribly. He can?t seem to face the fact that he needs to confront his dad for there to be any resolution. The intrigue, the suspense and the danger fueling the torrid sex continues. Collects initial issues 2-5. Introduction by Kate Worley.

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User Review  - burnit99 - LibraryThing

Continues the soapy adult drama of Omaha, a feline exotic dancer, and the other denizens of her world. I was saddened to read in Dennis Kitchen's foreword that Reed and Waller had broken professional ... Read full review

Review: The Complete "Omaha" the Cat Dancer: Volume 1 (The Complete "Omaha" the Cat Dancer #1)

User Review  - Fran - Goodreads

This collection should be hailed as a major milestone in adult oriented comics because of its unabashed exploration of human sexuality using funny animals. The series and the conflict the concept ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2006)

Author, playwright, and director James Vance has written scripts for "The Crow, The Spirit: The New Adventures", and other popular comics. By day he is a journalist in Oklahoma. Dan Burr has drawn for DC Comics' "Big Book" series and contributed to a number of underground comics like "Death Rattle" and "Grateful Dead Comix". He lives in Milwaukee.

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