Another glamour shot of the first Peachza. 

#HomemadePizzaNight

Another glamour shot of the first Peachza.

#HomemadePizzaNight

17 July 2014 ·

Clone #17 - AVAILABLE NOW!
"David Schulner, Aaron Ginsburg and Wade McIntyre write yet another thoroughly entertaining script with its dynamic flow and gripping dialogue that had me hooked to every page.  Highly recommend."
— 8.5, Unleash The Fanboy

Clone #17 - AVAILABLE NOW!

"David Schulner, Aaron Ginsburg and Wade McIntyre write yet another thoroughly entertaining script with its dynamic flow and gripping dialogue that had me hooked to every page.  Highly recommend."

— 8.5, Unleash The Fanboy

4 June 2014 ·

REVIEW
“THE STORY: There’s nothing better than reading a book and having three “Oh, hell!” moments follow each other, and build the tension. Writers David Schulner, Aaron Ginsburg, and Wade McIntyre continually bring thrilling, surprising stories to this series, and that’s just one reason why this book is good. Overall grade: A+
THE ART: If you’ve never experienced the artwork of Juan Jose Ryp, you know by the first page that you’re going to get some super detailed artwork. There’s no simplistic illustrating or xeroxing of characters. They all look like real people. If this isn’t enough to convince to pick this up for the visuals, the action is stellar, and has always been stellar. Though it comes quickly in this issue, it’s done with such drama that you actually feel what happens to one character. Ryp is amazing. Overall grade: A+
The colors: No matter how good the art is, if the coloring isn’t as good as the illustrations, the visuals, and the story, will be lost. Andy Troy brings colors to every single darned piece of shrapnel and debris that falls or flies in this book. Overall grade: A+

The final line: One of the best books published. Highest possible recommendation. Overall grade: A+”
—10/10, SciFi Pulse (@SciFiPulse)

REVIEW

THE STORY: There’s nothing better than reading a book and having three “Oh, hell!” moments follow each other, and build the tension. Writers David SchulnerAaron Ginsburg, and Wade McIntyre continually bring thrilling, surprising stories to this series, and that’s just one reason why this book is good. Overall grade: A+

THE ART: If you’ve never experienced the artwork of Juan Jose Ryp, you know by the first page that you’re going to get some super detailed artwork. There’s no simplistic illustrating or xeroxing of characters. They all look like real people. If this isn’t enough to convince to pick this up for the visuals, the action is stellar, and has always been stellar. Though it comes quickly in this issue, it’s done with such drama that you actually feel what happens to one character. Ryp is amazing. Overall grade: A+

The colors: No matter how good the art is, if the coloring isn’t as good as the illustrations, the visuals, and the story, will be lost. Andy Troy brings colors to every single darned piece of shrapnel and debris that falls or flies in this book. Overall grade: A+

The final line: One of the best books published. Highest possible recommendation. Overall grade: A+

10/10, SciFi Pulse (@SciFiPulse)

14 May 2014 ·

REVIEW
“CLONE #16 started its fourth arc this week and we can already see the story getting grittier and riskier. CLONE is definitely one of my favorite books every month and I can’t wait for each subsequent issue to find out what happens next. The art that Juan Jose Ryp delivers each issue never ceases to amaze me. It is truly unique and adds the perfect compliment to the story especially when added with Andy Troy’s colors. Whether you are a single-issue reader, or someone who waits for the Trade, you will not be disappointed.”
Overall: 9/10
Recommendation: Read
— Graphic Policy (@graphicpolicy)

REVIEW

CLONE #16 started its fourth arc this week and we can already see the story getting grittier and riskierCLONE is definitely one of my favorite books every month and I can’t wait for each subsequent issue to find out what happens next. The art that Juan Jose Ryp delivers each issue never ceases to amaze me. It is truly unique and adds the perfect compliment to the story especially when added with Andy Troy’s colors. Whether you are a single-issue reader, or someone who waits for the Trade, you will not be disappointed.”

Overall: 9/10

Recommendation: Read

— Graphic Policy (@graphicpolicy)

14 May 2014 ·

CLONE - Volume 3 - Third Generation
Been so busy, I nearly forgot to SCREAM TO THE HEAVENS the exciting news that our 3rd trade paperback is now available.
Buy it today with money! Use bitcoins even, I don’t care. Either way —> get ready for one wild ride. 
We’re super excited about how this trade turned out - and it’s a great way to catch up on the issues, if you’re behind.

CLONE - Volume 3 - Third Generation

Been so busy, I nearly forgot to SCREAM TO THE HEAVENS the exciting news that our 3rd trade paperback is now available.

Buy it today with money! Use bitcoins even, I don’t care. Either way —> get ready for one wild ride. 

We’re super excited about how this trade turned out - and it’s a great way to catch up on the issues, if you’re behind.

17 April 2014 ·

Intelligence - Behind The Scenes.
Creator Michael Seitzman and writer/producer Wade McIntyre strategizing while I stalk them with my camera.

Intelligence - Behind The Scenes.

Creator Michael Seitzman and writer/producer Wade McIntyre strategizing while I stalk them with my camera.

31 March 2014 ·

Intelligence - Behind The Scenes.
Our amazing cinematographer Sid Sidell and his brilliant camera department.

Intelligence - Behind The Scenes.

Our amazing cinematographer Sid Sidell and his brilliant camera department.

31 March 2014 ·

Intelligence - Behind The Scenes.
Our amazing cast relaxing between takes.

Intelligence - Behind The Scenes.

Our amazing cast relaxing between takes.

31 March 2014 ·

Intelligence - Behind The Scenes
Michael Rady suits up to save the world in our season finale.

Intelligence - Behind The Scenes

Michael Rady suits up to save the world in our season finale.

31 March 2014 ·

Intelligence - Behind The Scenes.
Once in a while, we allow Meghan Ory to visit us in Video Village.

Intelligence - Behind The Scenes.

Once in a while, we allow Meghan Ory to visit us in Video Village.

31 March 2014 ·

Intelligence - Behind The Scenes.
The chaos of Video Village during our action packed finale shoot.

Intelligence - Behind The Scenes.

The chaos of Video Village during our action packed finale shoot.

31 March 2014 ·

Intelligence - Behind The Scenes.
With Lillian Strand (Marg Helgenbeger) demoted from her post, we’ve got dark days at CyberCom.

Intelligence - Behind The Scenes.

With Lillian Strand (Marg Helgenbeger) demoted from her post, we’ve got dark days at CyberCom.

31 March 2014 ·

About Me

Aaron Ginsburg: TV writer/producer: The 100, Intelligence, CLONE for Skybound/Image, The Finder, The Good Guys, Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe. Director of The Thrilling Adventure Hour. Pizza Lover.

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