Clean Room, Volume 2: Exile

Clean Room, Volume 2: Exile

Fan-favorite Gail Simone's (Batgirl, Wonder Woman) suspenseful debut Vertigo series continues in this volume.Journalist Chloe Pierce had no idea that her fiance Philip's decision to pick up a book by enigmatic and compelling self-help guru Astrid Mueller would change her life forever--by ending his! Three months after reading Mueller's book, Philip had blown his brains out...

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Title:Clean Room, Volume 2: Exile
Author:Gail Simone
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ISBN:1401267408
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:144 pages

Clean Room, Volume 2: Exile Reviews

  • Juan Jose
    Oct 21, 2016

    Good Art, weird story.

  • The Holy Terror
    Oct 24, 2016

    Why keep reading? Whhyyyy

    Because sometimes I'm dumb and hope things will get better.

    This definitely didn't.

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  • Nuno Ribeiro
    Jan 19, 2017

    What a delirious ride!

  • Jon Huff
    Dec 29, 2016

    This continues to be one of my favorite comics out there.

  • Chelsea
    Jan 27, 2017

    Another great volume!

    Astrid is turning out to be a really great character! I really like that we're seeing more of what Chloe can do and Killian is still a badass character with depth to her motivations. We also get more on Capone and Duncan, Astrid's good little soldiers.

    The monsters are even better in this one! I actually felt a little bad for Spark until we got more on his history. I love how Chloe's mind works in this volume!

    We get more on Astrid's history and kind of how she began the com

    Another great volume!

    Astrid is turning out to be a really great character! I really like that we're seeing more of what Chloe can do and Killian is still a badass character with depth to her motivations. We also get more on Capone and Duncan, Astrid's good little soldiers.

    The monsters are even better in this one! I actually felt a little bad for Spark until we got more on his history. I love how Chloe's mind works in this volume!

    We get more on Astrid's history and kind of how she began the company and that was interesting.

    The art was great as ever. There were quite a few pages where I paused because of how striking the monsters were. A+ for that.

    The ending is driving me crazy! I need the next part!

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Feb 06, 2017

    Gail Simone is sick, twisted, more than a little worrying, and absolutely amazing.

    Clean Room continues to shock and surprise at every turn, with plot twists you'll never see coming (check out the first double page spread in issue 8) and yet some deeply personal and intense characterization that balances it all out. We still don't have all the answers, but the bigger picture is coming into focus, and it's scary as hell.

    This book wouldn't be half as effective without Jon-Davis Hunt, who draws body

    Gail Simone is sick, twisted, more than a little worrying, and absolutely amazing.

    Clean Room continues to shock and surprise at every turn, with plot twists you'll never see coming (check out the first double page spread in issue 8) and yet some deeply personal and intense characterization that balances it all out. We still don't have all the answers, but the bigger picture is coming into focus, and it's scary as hell.

    This book wouldn't be half as effective without Jon-Davis Hunt, who draws body horror to an insane degree while making the rest of the cast as lifelike as possible. Colourist Quinton Winter makes sure everything pops, and the Clean Room itself is a perfect sterile white that will haunt your dreams.

    Not for the faint of heart, but a blindingly good read.

  • Matt Hope
    Feb 12, 2017

    Was looking forward to this and it didn't disappoint

  • Marikiya
    Feb 25, 2017

    Pues eso, que es que es empezar y no parar con esta historia. Engancha de mala manera. Quiero saberlo todo. Y lo peor es que no tengo ni idea de cuándo estará disponible el tercer volumen. Ufffff, ¡¡qué malas son las drogas!!

  • Alistair
    Feb 24, 2017

    rating 'graphic novels' is hard. Should I mark the art, story, or combination?

    The story is moving forward and "things" are being revealed.

    The art is competent and conventional, and then weird and creepy sh** happens!

  • Zedsdead
    Mar 18, 2017

    Deeper down the rabbit hole we go.

    This volume contains possibly the most horrifying, dehumanizing torment I've ever seen. Kevin Smith's TUSK, but worse. Gail Simone and Jon Davis-Hunt are a little scary.

    Davis-Hunt's illustrations crush it once again. He blends a remarkable clarity with interesting, almost cinematic choices: perfectly composed overhead views, or a series of nigh-identical panoramic shots in which the only change is the speck of a sniper in the distance.

    Plot points (it's a busy vo

    Deeper down the rabbit hole we go.

    This volume contains possibly the most horrifying, dehumanizing torment I've ever seen. Kevin Smith's TUSK, but worse. Gail Simone and Jon Davis-Hunt are a little scary.

    Davis-Hunt's illustrations crush it once again. He blends a remarkable clarity with interesting, almost cinematic choices: perfectly composed overhead views, or a series of nigh-identical panoramic shots in which the only change is the speck of a sniper in the distance.

    Plot points (it's a busy volume):