Roche Limit: Clandestiny #3

Writer: Michael Moreci Artist: Kyle Charles Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: July 15, 2015 Cover Price: $3.5 Critic Reviews: 7 User Reviews: 2
9.3Critic Rating
9.5User Rating

Can the android Danny be trusted?

  • 10
    Big Comic Page - Craig Neilson-Adams Jul 14, 2015

    For me, Roche Limit: Clandestiny is a fairly tough series to review, as its a book that really needs to be experienced first-hand in order for to get the full effect. In theory, some of the concepts may seem a little daunting, and those looking for a swashbuckling sci-fi romp are pretty much guaranteed to go home disappointed. However, readers who take the time to absorb the overall message and peel back the intriguing layers of mystery will find themselves faced with one of the most intelligent and gripping sci-fi comics on the shelves today, and dare I say it one of their new favourite titles. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Horror DNA - James Ferguson Jul 21, 2015

    Roche Limit: Clandestiny takes survival sci-fi horror to a new level.  It's like Dead Space mixed with Alien, with a bit of Blade Runner thrown in.  These soldiers are facing true terror and most likely their own deaths.  What little hope they have rests in an angry android sick of mankind and its many flaws.  There are still mysteries all over this space colony and I cannot wait to find out more. Read Full Review

  • 9.1
    Flickering Myth - Zeb Larson Jul 14, 2015

    Some of the issue takes a second close reading, especially when you consider Skaargred's words and weight them against what Danny says earlier in the issue. And, of course, there are numerous lingering questions. How much of what happens is a vision or hallucination? What is Skaargred doing here, and how does it relate to MoiraTech? Moreci is very good at leaving more questions than answers, but if this follows last volume's pacing, we're due for some answers in the next issue. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AIPT - John F. Trent Jul 9, 2015

    Roche Limit: Clandestiny #3 is a smart comic that constantly has the reader questioning and thinking. Not only is it smart, but it is also a fantastic story with excellent writing and plenty of suspense and action. Moreci keeps the tension going throughout the issue and even drops an unexpected surprise on us. Charles' artwork captured the psychological nature of the comic and provided a number of eye-popping panels. However, there were a few minor issues, one being a spelling error and the other being a panel flow problem. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Villain Smash - Torin Chambers Jul 15, 2015

    Clandestiny has certainly hit its stride, expect nothing but home runs from now until its inevitably beautiful ending. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Spartantown - Enrique Rea Jul 17, 2015

    Roche Limit Clandestiny #3 is the game-changing issue that lays out the conflict from a philosophicaland violence standpoint. It asks much from the reader to grasp and ponder while the horror manifests itself in different ways. Charles and Battaglia illustrate the tension and anxiety with the touch of virtuosos. If such a thing as a "thinking man's sci-fi comic" exists this would be it. Read Full Review

  • 8.8
    Multiversity Comics - Keith Dooley Jul 16, 2015

    "Roche Limit: Clandestiny" #3 compels us readers to question reality and the idea of humanity's impurity. What is the meaning of purity and is anyone truly pure? Moreci poses philosophical questions with his script that deal with both the cerebral and the emotional. Charles and Battaglia understand the discussions that Moreci is attempting to instigate and they bring the characters' quest to vibrant fruition. Moreci continues to impress and surprise with the direction he's taking this story and characters that reflect all of our deepest and sometimes basest desires. Read Full Review

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