While I'll never say never, the real answer is "probably not." And the reason for that is that I'm making the kind of premium-quality books I've always wanted to see and own and I personally don't care for "Omnibuses." I get their appeal, of course—it seems like it would be convenient to have the entire story in one big book and that's why I've bought them myself. And I've almost always regretted it because they just aren't fun to read.
Unlike a text book that can be on fairly light paper and still look good, for comics and other full-color art, you really want it to be printed on nice, glossy paper. *Heavy* glossy paper. That's fine if the book is less than 200 pages or so. But once you start pushing up into the hundreds of pages the complete Engaging the Enemy arc is going to be, the book can actually become physically painful to read without something to hold it up and is unwieldy to even turn pages if you're trying to read it while lying down, as I prefer to read my comics.
Instead, the Engaging the Enemy arc will be released in three beautiful volumes with gorgeous, heavy paper that will work great with the number of pages planned: Volume One (that's being funded by this Kickstarter) which comprises the Prologue, Chapter One, Interlude One and our recently unlocked 25-page bonus comic. Volume Two which will contain Chapters Two and Three (and some extra side comics). And Volume Three which will finish the arc with Chapters Four and Five (and some extra comics there too.)