Tuesday, June 25, 2013

The Comic Conspiracy Comic Book Club - July 2013 - Clone: Vol. 1 - First Generation

*Update - 7/29/13: Did you enjoy reading the Comic Conspiracy Comic Book Club selection Clone: Vol. 1 - First Generation? Four people voted, and the results are as follows: 1 Yes Vote (This was me.), 1 No Vote, and 2 Votes for Indifferent. Thanks for voting. 

After some listener input we decided to start having a monthly Comic Book Club. Every last episode of the month we will discuss the book selection at some length, and announce the next book we will be reading. There will be a poll for each book we read every month so come here to cast your vote. (The poll can only be viewed in the web version of Conspirator Brock.com, and it will be located on the right side of the page underneath the "About Me" box.)

Comic Book Club Selection for July 2013: Brock's Pick

Clone: Vol. 1 - First Generation

TPB - $12.99 or less at Amazon
Digital - $9.99

"From Robert Kirkman's Skybound imprint comes a sci-fi story like you've never seen before! Dr. Luke Taylor's perfect life comes to a dramatic halt when an identical, bloodied version of himself arrives at his doorstep with news that he is one of many clones... and they're all after his pregnant wife and their unborn child!
Collects Clone #1-5

My selection for this month's Comic Conspiracy Comic Book Club is Clone by David Schulner, with art from Juan Jose Ryp & Felix Serrano. I've been picking this book up since #1 hit shelves last November (11/21/12). Clone firat showed up on my reading list, but quickly became a title I had to actually put on my pull list. This book has been a really enjoyable read, and I hope you like it too. So, get yourself a copy, give it a read, and let us know what you think.
We will discuss this title at length on Episode 117 of the Comic Conspiracy.

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  1. Ahh nice choice. I have not read any issues so far but have been curious to try it out.

    1. Thanks. I wanted to pick something that I felt was a good read that not many people got a chance to check out. Hope you like it.