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KorvacSaga.jpg' alt='Onslaught Saga And Heroes Reborn Wikipedia' title='Onslaught Saga And Heroes Reborn Wikipedia' />The Clone Saga or SpiderClone Saga was a major story arc in Marvel Comics which ran from 1994 to 1996 involving many clones of SpiderMan. The story is one of the. Spider manpunisher family plot 1 2. Spider man holiday special. Venom along came a spider 1 4. Daredevil 3. 54. Spider man revelations extra pages. Spider man dead mans hand. Main charactersSpider Man. Ben Reilly. Creative team. WritersTerry Kavanagh. Joey Cavalieri. Todd Dezago. J. M. De. Matteis. Tom De. Falco. The Clone Saga or Spider Clone Saga was a major story arc in Marvel Comics which ran from 1. Spider Man. The story is one of the most controversial Spider Man stories ever told. Although it was intended to wrap up in less than a year, the comics sold very well and the writers were encouraged to prolong the saga as long as possible. This led to some changes to the storyline that ultimately proved unpopular. Although there were many people involved, the Clone Saga is most closely associated with Terry Kavanagh, who proposed the idea, Howard Mackie, who worked on the majority of the smaller crossovers involved in the overall storyarc, and Gerry Conway, who devised the original story. Executive editors on the storyline included Tom De. Falco, Bob Budiansky, and Bob Harras. StorylineeditThere were two Clone Sagas the original storyline in the 1. Spider Man series, several limited series and one shots between 1. Between the two, there were also two smaller storylines that dealt with elements from the original saga. Cover to Amazing Spider Man 1. October 1. 97. 5. Cover pencil art by Gil Kane, interior pencil art by Ross Andru. The original Clone SagaeditIn the summer of 1. Gerry Conway made the decision to kill off the girlfriend of Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, because the editorial team felt that Gwen had become stale as a character and they wanted to instill an additional element of tragedy into Peter Parkers life. In the follow up arcs, Conway introduced a new villain called the Jackal and let Gwen Stacy seemingly return from the dead. The Jackal was the secret identity of Gwen and Peters biology professor Miles Warren, who could not cope with the death of Gwen with whom he had a secret infatuation. As an expert on cloning, he creates clones of both Gwen and Peter, discovering Peter is Spider Man as a result. Jackal blames Spider Man for Gwens death and wants to kill him. The Jackal kidnaps Spider Man and forces him to fight his clone. Both men believe they are the real Peter Parker. The two Spider Men soon decide to work together, but one is seemingly killed by the same bomb that kills the Jackal. The surviving Spider Man determines he is the original because he is in love with Mary Jane Watson, which did not happen until after Prof. Warren created the clone. Spider Man drops the body of the clone into an incinerator. Gwen Stacys clone disappears to find a new life for herself. Amazing Spider Man 1. Clone Saga, leaves it ambiguous whether it is the original Spider Man or his clone who perishes in the bomb explosion. Conway said this ambiguity was unintentional, as at the time he took it as a given that Marvel would never replace the star of The Amazing Spider Man with a clone. Clone stories in the interim between the Clone SagaseditA few years later, Spider Man encountered Carrion who claimed to be a degenerated clone of Warren. The clone of Gwen Stacy reappeared many years later when she was being pursued by the High Evolutionary, who was determined to discover how Warren had been able to perfect cloning. In the process, he discovered that Warren had not, but had instead created a genetic virus which transformed already living beings into supposed clones of other people. It was claimed that the Gwen clone was really a woman named Joyce Delany who was seemingly cured of the virus and left to lead her own life once more. Later, Spider Man investigated Warrens old laboratory and discovered that Carrion was another former student of Warrens, Malcolm Mc. Bride, who was infected with the virus and became the new Carrion. Many years after that in Scarlet Spider Unlimited 1, this story arc was molded to fit into the New Clone Saga. The second Clone SagaeditMore years passed before Spider Mans clone reappeared. He had survived the battle and for five years had lived an existence under the name Ben Reilly a combination of Peters Uncle Bens first name and Aunt Mays maiden name, and develops a superhero identity of his own as Scarlet Spider after returning to New York City. A series of chaotic events followed, in which Peter and Ben were plagued by both a resurrected Jackal and by Kaine, who was an unsuccessful first clone. In the process, another clone of Spider Man became the villain Spidercide. Matters were further confused by the interventions of the mysterious and seemingly all powerful Judas Traveller and Scrier. The revelations made by the High Evolutionary were revealed to have been inaccurate, driven by a determination to discredit Warren, who had formerly worked with him. Medical tests indicated Peter was actually the clone and Ben the original. Peter temporarily retired as Spider Man, leaving the mantle of Spider Man to Ben while he prepared for his new role as a father after the discovery that Mary Jane was pregnant Peter even lost his powers for a time during his retirement, although they eventually came back after a near death experience. The climax revealed that Peter, Ben, the Jackal and many others had all been manipulated for years by Norman Osborn a. Green Goblin, who had returned from the dead and had been secretly masterminding the entire saga. Osborn said Peter was the originalhaving faked the evidence that revealed Peters status as the clone as part of a plan to break Peters spirita claim that was confirmed when Ben died saving Peters life and his body degenerated like any other clones. Spider Man The Osborn Journal February 1. Green Goblins role in the entire storyline. Selected bibliographyeditDuring the mid 1. Marvel consistently published four monthly Spider Man series, roughly one every week. For the most part, the Spider titles were treated during this storyline as a single weekly series, although occasionally they would separate, pair off, or have special anniversary editions. The Clone Saga ran through all four titles from October 1. December 1. 99. 6, in addition to a multitude of spin offs, one shots, and ancillary issues. The relevant issues are Ongoings Web of Spider Man 1. Sensational Spider Man 01. How Do I Create A Silent Installation Package For The Product. Amazing Spider Man 3. Spider Man 4. 87. Spectacular Spider Man 2. Spider Man Unlimited Vol.