In a war he never knew existed, Luke Taylor stands to lose everything. His wife. His baby. His identity. Even if Luke can lead the rebels to victory, will his life ever be the same? Find out in the conclusion of the first CLONE arc!
The first arc of CLONE wraps up here, and the story gets a bit deeper. Ryp does a great job with the art on this issue and you'll get lost in the detail he puts into this book. Daniel Schulner has created one fantastic book that features a story focusing on cloning, done right. I highly suggest tracking the first four issue down to catch up. There's a reason this book has been on my Top of the Pile list a few times. It's a fantastic read that's incredibly grounded.Overall, I highly recommend this issue and this series. If you can't afford it, then drop another book and pick this one up. You won't be disappointed. Read Full Review
If you’re digging this series then continue buying it as the formula and pacing don’t appear to be changing any time soon. If you’re just jumping onto the series then you may want to grab back issues first or wait until the next issue. This is definitely the best new title from Skybound in a while. Read Full Review
It all feels like the second last episode of a good season of TV. Things are set up for a strong finale. I've been impressed by Schulner and Ryp's super-crazy "family" book. Now it's all about the ending. It can make or break a story. No pressure, clones. But make it a good one, please. Read Full Review
__ $3, 22pgs. all Ads @ back. ___ Another great Skybound imprint, they are lucky to have Jaun Jose Ryp who's artwork is just amazing. High Definition, high detail, hyper realistic. Someone commented Ryp's dots has relaxed, but his issue they are back in force,it takes a moment to take in everything in those panels. My favorite artist nowadays. Felix Serrano brings Ryp's work to life with his excellent colors. Schulner moves along the conflict and provides some development in this issue that moves along the plot.
Great dynamic cover!