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Rebirth Omnibus, Vol. 1 Hardcover – December 13, 2016
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“Geoff Johns is interjecting heart and humanity back into the lives and adventures of DC Comics’ iconic superheroes.” – USA Today
“A compass for the new era.” –Wall Street Journal
“Delivers a jaw-dropping twist that will have implications for years to come.” –Yahoo! Movies
“As a new era dawns for the DC Universe, fans should feel free to hope again.” – PopMatters
“The return of so many long-lost characters is cause for celebration” –Paste Magazine
“This isn’t a comic — this is a call to arms.” –Newsarama
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Some are arguably stronger than others. Cyborg and Batman had the weaker issues in my opinion (Grid is apparently back again?), but some of the others are fantastic. Superman's issue is amazing though you'll need to have read Final Days of Superman and Superman: Lois and Clark to fully understand it. Likewise, Titans looks to be a fun new title though you'll want to have read Titan Hunt to see how the original Teen Titans reconnected with one another prior to Wally West's return. Wonder Woman's issue is easily my favorite as the book acknowledges the continuity discrepancies between her previous origin stories and her rebooted "daughter of Zeus" origin story introduced in the New 52. Red Hood's new title surprised me in how intriguing it was, while I'm also glad to see that Rebirth is returning the New 52 Helena Bertellini to her Huntress roots instead of keeping her as Matron, the super spy from the same group as Dick Grayson.
Overall the only issues that didn't grab my attention was Cyborg, Batman Beyond (mainly because I haven't followed that series at all previously) and Hellblazer at this point due to the fact that it seemed to be trying a bit too hard to be edgy like the original series. Again the Batman issue isn't the best, but I've heard great things about the series otherwise and the problems stem from the Rebirth issue being just a quick one-shot instead of setting up a big future arc. If you have the Deluxe Edition of Rebirth then you don't need to pick this one up as it has that included, but if you are wanting to jump on the Rebirth train and are interested in seeing which series would pique your interest this is a great collection to have.