martes, 3 de mayo de 2016

Reseña: Orphan Black: Helsinki (collected issues)

**e-arc gently provided by Netgalley**

 120 pages
 Expected publication: July 14th 2016 by IDW Publishing

Orphan Black: Helsinki 

by 

Graeme Manson,

Helsinki
Spoken in hushed tones, the word means almost certain death for the clones of Project Leda. Learn the dark secrets of this codename in this special event miniseries by co-creators John Fawcett and Graeme Manson.


My rating: 3 of 5 stars

My Bookshelves  biopunk, clones, genetics-manip, graphic-novel, netgalley, thriller, tv-serie-based


Thought, this volumen seemingly contains the issues 1-5, my digital pdf copy ends at 79% (page 82), so I didn't get a conclussion. There is no covers nor transitions between them.

In season 3 of Orphan Black is mentioned: "abort Helsinki". That incident is described in this comic. When 17 year old Veera Suominem discover been secretely filmed by her 'uncle', before run away she dig the names of 2 other girls from his computer and start a searching without realizing this is more complicated and dangerous than she thought. /SPOILER---->As described before by Ferdinand and Rachel: six Leda clones terminated in Helsinki within 24 hours with 32 as collateral damage. <-----SPOILER.



Veera is homeschooled, and later confess have asperger, she is very smart but is very difficult for her to interact with many situations. However, some things are similar -and equally confusing- as in the serie. The problem is the comic don't help to provide the in-dept of the acting, is more shallow.
The art also didn't help to tell apart the clones, and add to the confusing.

 

11


-Rachel was a psico since childhood.
-We are still unclear about the reason of the experiments. The same goes for Neolution objetives.

I will like to know the ending.

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