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The Clone Conspiracy #3 Review

THE CLONE CONSPIRACY CONTINUES! SPIDER-MAN is on the run from his resurrected rogues! The Jackal’s master plan is further revealed. Just how deep does it run? And why is Doctor Octopus playing second fiddle to the Jackal?

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We over the halfway point now with the third issue of this event. And I for one have really been digging it so far. It has just been a really solid all-around story. Other than the Amazing Spider-Man, I haven’t read any other of the tie ins to this series and I don’t feel like I have missed out on the story.

Without revealing any spoilers, we get to see some pretty awesome stuff in this issue; there’s definitely some major plot points and mysteries revealed. I would also like to point out that I called it when it came to the Jackal in the event (you’ll know what I’m talking about if you’ve read my previous reviews of this series).

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The art in this series just keeps on getting better and better with each issue. Jim Cheung just keeps on doing amazing things with the panel layouts and probably does one of the best jobs of drawing Spidey characters in my recent memory.

I have been a big fan of this series and can’t wait to see where it goes, especially considering the big reveal at the end. I’m interested to see how well everything gets it explained. This has been my favorite things Marvel has been putting out recently.

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I’m giving this issue:

 

4 Out of 5 Whiskey Shots

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Published: December 07, 2016 by Marvel Comics
Rating: Rated T+
Writer: Dan Slott
Penciller: Jim Cheung
Cover Artist: GABRIELE DELL’OTTO

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