What is in store for the clones next? Read on to find out.
The official description from Image:
When America’s war against the clones reaches a fever pitch, can Luke lead his brothers to salvation?
Having not followed Clone until this was my first experience of the series. First of all I have to say that it was very new reader friendly, as despite being the penultimate issue to the current story it was extremely easy to understand what was going on.
David Schulner, Aaron Ginsburg and Wade McIntyre all did a great job of the script for this issue, proving that a multiple writer series can work. The trio gave some very interesting development points in this issue, as following the explosive opening we’d see the clones faced with a difficult decision. I also loved the overall character depth and interaction throughout this issue, as it really added a lot of realism to the series, with the sequence featuring Luke, Amelia and Eric being very dramatic and entertaining.
Juan Jose Ryp did an outstanding job of the artwork throughout this issue, with this being some of the best work I’ve ever seen from him. The detail and layout of Ryp’s art is usually to a very high standard, and that was no different here, with it adding a dynamic feel to the issue. Ryp’s art was however not perfect, and as usual with his work the facial features were a little awkward looking at times. In saying that this is a vast improvement than most of his work, and the rest of his art is that awesome that these minor problems are easily forgettable.
This chapter of Clone was exciting and entertaining having a lot of intriguing moments. It also had some very interesting development points and I for one look forward to reading more. Highly recommended.