Omni Vol. 1, Volume 1: The Doctor Is in

Devin Grayson (Author) Alitha E. Martinez (Illustrator)


What would you do if you could think faster than the speed of light?

Gifted doctor Cecelia Cobbina was once held in the highest regard by peers and patients alike. But that was before an incident in Africa changed her life forever. Now with the ability to process thoughts at the speed of light, she faces the unimaginable burden of literally having an answer for everything. As the truth of her origin slowly comes into focus, Cecelia must overcome her fears and tackle the one mystery she can't seem to crack: the truth behind her new abilities.

Written by fan-favorite author Devin Grayson (Nightwing, Black Widow) Doctor Cecelia Cobbina bursts on to the scene as the world's newest favorite female hero.

Product Details

$14.99  $13.79
Publish Date
September 01, 2020
6.6 X 10.1 X 0.5 inches | 0.8 pounds

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About the Author

Devin Grayson is a comics veteran who has won numerous awards in the more than two decades she has spent writing the adventures of our favorite heroes. With the publication of Batman: Gotham Knights in 2000 for DC, she became the first woman to launch and write a Batman series.

Her recent projects include overseeing the Marvel Rising comic book convention, publishing a Doctor Strange OGN for Marvel as well as launching two critically acclaimed new series from Image Comics, USER and Matador.


"The art by Alitha E. Martinez is fantastic."-- "GRAPHIC POLICY"
"The Future of Comics."-- "HOLLYWOOD REPORTER"
"Created by an all-female team, Omni deploys her genius in the spirit of service and compassion."-- "LIBRARY JOURNAL"
"Immediate and relevant."-- "FANBASE PRESS"
"If you are bored of the standard capes and cowls narratives from the Big 2 publishers and fancy something different, then Omni and the Ignition Universe is for you."-- "MONKEYS FIGHTING ROBOTS"
"Cecelia is a confident and engaging character that you immediately want to see succeed."-- "THE NEW YORK TIMES"
"Black Girl Genius."-- "PUBLISHERS WEEKLY"