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Clone #20 Review

Will Luke and the Clones get on the plane? Will Eric stop the bomb? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: “The national clone crisis is over. The threat has been eliminated.” It was sadly reported recently that Clone would be ending with this issue. Which is a real shame, as it’s […]

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Clone #19 Review

Will Luke be able to make the hard decision that’s needed to keep the group safe? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: To kill or not to kill: a deep divide pits the clones against one another, just as an old enemy returns… Clone is one of them series that never […]

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Clone #17 Review

Can the Clones trust these strangers to keep their secret or is their death the only way to be certain? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: As the Coalition’s anti-clone agenda grows stronger, one man adopts a grass-roots approach: knocking bigots’ teeth out! Clone has never failed to impress this fanboy […]

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Clone #15 Review

Will the clones escape in time? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: “You must hide the truth to save his life.” As government forces lead an assault on the clones, Luke and his brothers are given an offer they can’t refuse. But what sacrifices must they make to ensure their freedom? […]

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Clone #14 Review

What is in store for the clones next? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: “NO MERCY” 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 […]

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Clone #10: Review

Clone 10# marks the end of this series’ primary plot question — will Luke Taylor be reunited with his wife. But the team at Clone has done a good enough job a developing other subplots that the momentum to keep reading is absolutely there. Here’s the official word from Image: From ROBERT KIRKMAN’s Skybound imprint, […]

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Clone #8 Review

The action takes a back seat in this issue as Luke Taylor fights for his life. Can he be saved in time? Here’s the official description from Image Comics: Death comes for every clone. For Luke Taylor, it’s just arrived sooner. I’ve said it before, but Clone is one of the most underrated comics being […]

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Clone 7 Review

Luke Taylor races to find his wife while Beta unleashes havoc on the clones. Will they escape in time before they’re destroyed? Here’s the official description from Image: What do you do after you kill one clone? Kill the rest. Beta is hell bent on exterminating his predecessors from the face of the planet. But […]

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Clone #6 Review

Clone is back with a new arc. With Foss and Patrick dead, can the story continue with quality? It somehow does, this issue is definitely one of the best yet. Here’s the official description from Image: NEW STORY ARC! Luke Taylor’s true nature has been revealed, but his fight to rescue his wife and newborn daughter back […]

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Clone #4 Review

Clone #4 is the penultimate issue of the first arc. No more questions are asked, rather things happen. This is definitely the most action-packed issue yet, but still retains great writing throughout. This book is something I would recommend to newcomers of Image. It has a familiar yet intriguing story, great characters, and is a pretty engaging read with no superpowers used. Issue #4 demonstrates […]

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Weekly Comic Reviews 1/9

Hey everyone. Welcome to another edition of Unleash the Fanboy’s Weekly Comic Reviews, I’m your Godzilla loving host, Daniel Alvarez. It’s been a pretty exciting week for news. We’ve learned that Warner Bros. is committed to a March state for GODZILLA, del Toro is directing a Justice League Dark movie titled ‘Dark Universe,’ among other […]

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Clone #3 Review

Just three issues in and Clone has firmly established itself as one of Image’s best. Obviously when it first came out on the outside it didn’t seem to be anything special. Clones by now are what people would consider an overused thing. It would take some clever writing and an intriguing premise to convince readers […]

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Weekly Comic Reviews 12/12

Hey everyone. Welcome to this week’s edition of Unleash the Fanboy’s Weekly Comic Reviews, I’m your Godzilla-loving host, Daniel Alvarez. It’s mid December as the cold weather creeps in and the Christmas spirit fills the atmosphere. This week brings the start of the new Sherlock Holmes series The Liverpool Demon, the fantastic second installment of […]

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Clone #2 Review

“We opened Pandora’s Box…now we have to close it.” ~The Vice President Clone returns with a very powerful second issue. I wasn’t really prepared for how the story would go in the first issue. Clones are a very popular thing to use in media, so it being the primary thing here would either be a […]

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Clone #1 Review

Clone is a brand new series from Image. (The company sure does love the concept of a clone.) With Dancer finished, this was welcome. What I like about Image is how well-done their non fantasy stories are for the most part, so I was looking forward to seeing what this series had to offer. Clone #1 […]

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IMAGE COMICS Solicitations for NOVEMBER 2012

Image Comics Solicitations – Previous Two Months • October 2012 • September 2012 NOVEMBER 2012 Clone#1 – GEM OF THE MONTH Written By: David Schulner Art By: Juan Jose Ryp and Felix Serrano Cover By: Juan Jose Ryp and Felix Serrano Description: From ROBERT KIRKMAN’s Skybound imprint, comes a sci-fi story like you’ve never seen before! Dr. Luke Taylor’s […]

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