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One of my favorite comics of 2015 was Roche Limit: Clandestiny.  It was a solid sci-fi / horror mash-up that was so damn creepy.  It was also the second part of the Roche Limit trilogy.  Image Comics has announced that the third and final chapter, Roche Limit: Monadic, is set to begin in March.  The mini-series, written by Michael Moreci and illustrated by Kyle Charles, picks up with Earth in ruins after the Black Sun's annihilation of the planet.  Now, in the last remaining human city, its inhabitants fight for survival while a chosen few realize that their world might not be what it seems.

“After what's still, to me, a surprising amount of success, the Roche Limit story is coming to an end—the end I've always envisioned, and I can't wait to take readers there,” said Moreci. “This volume, Monadic, will continue to push the story deep into cerebral sci-fi and deliver the kind of suspenseful and existential story Roche Limit is known for. I can't wait for it to start, but I'm dreading seeing it end!"

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"To go from being a fan, to drawing these last two volumes, is about as weird and odd as the world of Roche Limit, itself,” said Charles. “Our creative team is sad to see the series draw to a conclusion but we're making sure it's going to kick butt for the fans of Roche, new and old."

To say I'm excited for Roche Limit: Monadic is an understatement.  The first two parts of the trilogy were so solid.  More importantly, each stands on its own as a solid story.  I'm disappointed that the ride has to end, but I am eagerly anticipating what the creative team has in store.  The first issue is set to debut on March 16th and is currently available for pre-order. 

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James Ferguson
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James has a 2nd grade reading level and, as a result, only reads books with pictures. Horror is his 5th favorite genre right after romantic comedy and just before silent films. No one knows why he's here, but he won't leave.
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