Wednesday, April 12, 2017

The Clone Conspiracy | Comics

When J. Jonah Jameson's father Jay was hospitalized with a deteriorating health, a New U Technologies representative Dr. Rita Clarkson offers them advanced tech to save his life and Jonah takes the offer. To impress him further to promote the company, they even brought back his deceased wife Marla. Later, Peter was forced to approach New U to save life of Jerry Salteres of Parker Industries, who recovered but started triggering Peter's Spider-Sense. So, he sends Prowler to investigate, who learns of The Jackal's involvement in all these but before he could inform Peter, he is killed by Electro and then brought back.

Meanwhile, Jay's health condition worsens and despite undergoing a surgery, he still passes away. Following his funeral, Peter goes to see Jerry but his wife tell him that New U had taken her husband when he started decaying when he forgot to take prescribed meds. Peter sneaks into New U looking for Jerry and eventually finds him or his nervous system in a stasis tube. Rhino and Electro came on call for security by Miles Warren but is taken down quickly. He shockingly discovers Gwen Stacy standing nearby and couldn't avoid being smacked by tentacle arms of his old foe Doctor Octopus.

The Clone Conspiracy | Comics

In an alternate universe that was completely ravaged in an outbreak of the Carrion Virus, Scarlet Spider was running from a horde of zomibe-like inhabitants of San Francisco. He managed to secure a research note for a possible cure and asked his secret ally for a portal to jump back home. Meanwhile, The Jackal arrives to release Spidey from his clutches as Octavius had him on ropes and offers a tour around along with Gwen. He took the wall-crawler to a room to show him that he has brought back every deceased member of his rogue's gallery who ever died on his watch and even rehabilitate them.

Seeing all of them together, the web-slinger expected a fight but instead they remain surprisingly unprovoked. His former allies Dr. Ashley Kafka, George Stacy, Jean DeWolff and Prowler showed up siding with the geneticist. Peter's friends were also brought back to convince him to work with Warren as he wishes to use his tech for good this time. Suddenly, George Stacy pulls out his gun at Gwen stating she is not his daughter and she admits to be Spider-Gwen before she jumped off quickly to escape through a vent with Spider-Man.

She and Kaine Parker came to this world to help Spidey prevent a Carrion Virus outbreak that would start as a result of his alliance with Jackal. Kaine already kidnapped the resurrected Gwen Stacy while she came to assist him. When the real Gwen starts decaying for not taking her pills, she is taken to Horizon University for care. Anna Maria Marconi learns from him that he is trying to stop Peter because he is responsible for a wide-scale pandemic of Carrion Virus as a result of his partnership with Jackal in dozens of reality.

Knowing that Gwen's cell degeneration can lead to a possible Carrion Virus outbreak, Anna tries to contact authorities but police Chief Anderson tips off The Jackal on their location, leading Rhino and Electro breaking in and take Gwen along with them. She told them to take Scarlet Spider as well because he might have a key to a cure for them all. Anna Maria willingly tags along to help them stop the decaying. Spider-Man and Spider-Gwen arrived too late to help them but The Kingpin approaches them with information to find Miles, so that he pays for defiantly bringing back Wilson Fisk's deceased wife Vanessa.

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Dead No More

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A 2017 crossover event, "Dead No More: The Clone Conspiracy" is mostly centered on a five-issue Spider-Man limited series from Marvel Comics, written by Christos Gage (Civil War – House of M, Thunderbolts – Secret Invasion) and Dan Slott (Spider-Man – Big Time, Spider-Man – Dying Wish), while Jim Cheung (Avengers – The Children's Crusade, New Avengers – Illuminati) served as artist and Gabriele Dell'Otto (Annihilation – Nova, Annihilation – Ronan) provided cover arts. Although, the story at first seemed like a repetitive clash between Spider-Man and The Jackal, it unfolds as more.

The Jackal’s Master Plan

Parker Industries and New U Technologies being responsible for a dystopian future seemed like a fresh take on the series. Scarlet Spider and Spider-Gwen was also enjoyable because they both played their important part that helped the story advance further while Peter Parker did his part. A huge gauntlet of fallen enemies of everyone's favorite wall-crawler including Big Man, Eduardo Lobo, Barton Hamilton's version of Green Goblin, Hitman, Hobgoblin, Jack O'Lantern, Kangaroo, Massacre, Mirage, Montana, Mysterio, Ox, Rose, Spencer Smythe, Spider-Slayer, Stilt-Man and Tarantula showed up.

Mysteries regarding The Living Brain and consciousness of Otto Octavius are finally cleared up by him. Also, the ambiguity around Miles Warren's identity came to a conclusion that even the most veteran fans probably haven't probably guessed. A brand-new monthly ongoing Ben Reilly – Scarlet Spider series with its first storyline titled "Back In The Hood" by Peter David (Hulk – Destruction, The Other – Evolve or Die) and Mark Bagley (Hulk – Banner DOA, Venom – Lethal Protector) begins publication immediately after these events along with monthly Amazing Spider-Man series.
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