Review by: dix

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Written by Joshua Williamson
Art by Sami Basri
Lettered by Jared K Fletcher
Colored by Paulo Siqueira

Size: 32 pages
Price: 2.99


Okay, the whole clone thing, when it was introduced, gave me bad vibes. Clones are trouble.

Oh, are they ever.

The continuation of Voodoo’s attack on the Daemonite ship is pretty solid. She learns more about her purpose – more about her origin. A little of it almost gets kinda meta. Basri’s art is in top form, and I really like how the Daemonites, and particularly Voodoo’s shapeshifting abilities, are rendered.

But…well, things don’t hold up so well when it comes to Priscilla, the human upon whom Voodoo is based. I don’t know what went wrong here, but a lot of the stuff involving her, Fallon, and Black Jack just doesn’t make a lot of sense. For instance, Priscilla discusses Daemonites with them quite a bit, being as she was an abductee and all – and the Daemonites’ name is used several times. Then, later, she seems to have completely forgotten about them for no reason. And…well, that fact is used to make a pun, and I’m worried that someone decided the pun needed to be made so badly that it went in, logic be damned.

There’s just…eh. Wherever Ron Marz was taking this series, I’m pretty sure this wasn’t it, and it feels like there’s little internal logic to the plot now – just stuff happening. Hurm.

Story: 2 - Average
Art: 4 - Very Good

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