Spider-Man: The Clone Conspiracy Reading Order Checklist

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Spider-Man: The Clone Conspiracy Reading Order Checklist. Art by Jim Cheung.

Over the past year Peter Parker (and Spider-Man by extension) has been globe-trotting around the world as part of Parker Industries. But in The Clone Conspiracy, the biggest story since Spider-Verse, Parker will be hit a bit closer to home when people from his past begin to return. The catch is that these people shouldn’t be returning – they’re dead!

As the name suggests these returnees, which include past lovers and villains alike, are most likely clones. This is all because of The Jackal, who has had a love for with clones for decades and has created some headaches for Spidey because of it. When you’ve created a way to come back to life should you embrace it, or is there something more sinister behind the process? I guess you’ll have to read to find out!

It’s set to be a huge story, but sometimes big stories can be a bit confusing when tie-ins become involved. With the Spider-Man: The Clone Conspiracy Reading Order Checklist the intention is to eliminate the confusion with a handy list which lists all the comics and creators involved, reading order and even release dates.

I’ll update this reading order checklist as more information is revealed.

Read on to discover everything you need to know about this Spider-Man event.

How Do I Read The Clone Conspiracy?

The Clone Conspiracy is a 5-part miniseries which tells a story with a start, middle and end. It’s also supplemented with a handful of tie-ins and lead-up stories. These are made to tell side-stories or flesh out details which don’t have room in the miniseries. If you’re only interested in the main story pick up The Clone Conspiracy #1-5. If you want to see everything that happens in and out of this story read on to see the full reading list.

Prelude

A prelude story to Dead No More was published as part of the Steve Rogers: Captain America Free Comic Book Day comic.

Steve Rogers: Captain America Free Comic Book Day (Read here)
Spider-Man story written by Dan Slott. Art by Javier Garron.

Amazing Spider-Man #16 cover by Alex Ross.

Before Dead No More

Before Dead No More is the banner for stories leading up to the Clone Conspiracy story-arc.

Amazing Spider-Man #16
Written by Dan Slott. Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli.
Available from August 10th.

Amazing Spider-Man #17
Written by Dan Slott. Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli.
Available from August 24th.

Amazing Spider-Man #18
Written by Dan Slott. Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli.
Available from September 21st.

Amazing Spider-Man #19
Written by Dan Slott and Christos Gage. Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli.
Available from October 5th.

Spider-Man: The Clone Conspiracy #1 cover by Gabriele Dell'Otto.

The Clone Conspiracy

The Clone Conspiracy #1 (of 5)
Written by Dan Slott. Art by Jim Cheung.
Available from October 12th.

Amazing Spider-Man #20 (tie-in)
Written by Dan Slott and Christos Gage. Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli.
Available from October 19th.

Prowler #1 (tie-in)
Written by Sean Ryan. Art by Jamal Campbell.
Available from October 26th.

The Clone Conspiracy #2 (of 5)
Written by Dan Slott. Art by Jim Cheung.
Available from November 2nd.

Amazing Spider-Man #21 (tie-in)
Written by Dan Slott and Christos Gage. Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli.
Available from November 16th.

Silk #14 (tie-in)
Written by Robbie Thompson. Art by Irene Strychalski.
Available from November 16th.

Prowler #2 (tie-in)
Written by Sean Ryan. Art by Jamal Campbell.
Available from November 23rd.

The Clone Conspiracy #3 (of 5)
Written by Dan Slott. Art by Jim Cheung.
Available from December 7th.

Amazing Spider-Man #22 (tie-in)
Written by Dan Slott and Christos Gage. Art by TBA.
Available from December 21st.

Silk #15 (tie-in)
Written by Robbie Thompson. Art by Irene Strychalski.
Available from December 14th.

Prowler #3 (tie-in)
Written by Sean Ryan. Art by Jamal Campbell.
Available from December 28th.

The Clone Conspiracy #4 (of 5)
Written by Dan Slott. Art by Jim Cheung.
Available from January 18th.

Amazing Spider-Man #23 (tie-in)
Written by Dan Slott and Christos Gage. Art by TBA.
Available from January 18th.

Silk #16 (tie-in)
Written by Robbie Thompson. Art by Irene Strychalski.
Available from January 11th.

Prowler #4 (tie-in)
Written by Sean Ryan. Art by Jamal Campbell.
Available from January 25th.

The Clone Conspiracy #5 (of 5)
Written by Dan Slott. Art by Jim Cheung.
Available from February 15th.

Amazing Spider-Man #24 (tie-in)
Written by Dan Slott and Christos Gage. Art by TBA.
Available from February 22nd.

Silk #17 (tie-in)
Written by Robbie Thompson. Art by Irene Strychalski.
Available from February 15th.

Prowler #5 (tie-in)
Written by Sean Ryan. Art by Jamal Campbell.
Available from February 22nd.

Spider-Man: The Clone Conspiracy Reading Order Checklist.

After Spider-Man: The Clone Conspiracy

What should you read spinning out of this Spidey story? Here are a few I suggest.

The Clone Conspiracy: Omega
Written by Dan Slott, Christos Gage and Peter David. Art by Cory Smith, Mark Bagley and Stuart Immonen.
Available March 1st.

Amazing Spider-Man #25
Written by Dan Slott, Hannah Blumenreich and Cale Atkinson. Art by Stuart Immonen, Hannah Blumenreich and Cale Atkinson.
Available March 15th.
NOTE: An extra-sized issue which kicks off the next Spider-Man story.

Spider-Man: The Clone Conspiracy Collected Edition

The Clone Conspiracy will be collected in a big hardcover collection. Details are as follows:

Spider-Man: The Clone Conspiracy
Collects Amazing Spider-Man #19-24, The Clone Conspiracy #1-5, The Clone Conspiracy: Omega 1, Silk #14-17, Prowler #1-5 and material from Free Comic Book Day 2016 (Captain America) #1.
Available from April 12th.

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Trevor Van As

Trevor Van As is the founder of How to Love Comics and has loved comics all his life. When he's not reading or talking about comics he can be found eating frozen yogurt and dancing like no one is watching.

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