That's an interesting idea that the clone is Shepard pre-ME2/ME3. If that were true then that would mean that the clone has all of Shepard's memories up to it's "birth". It would be like waking up and being told that you aren't you but just a copy for spare parts. Boy that would suck. I can see why the clone would be very angry. Not to mention being driven to be the "real" Shepard.
This kind of reminds me of that Star Trek: Next Generation episode Second Chances where they find a duplicate of Riker.
I didn't mean it in a "scientific" way, but more in a "symbolic" way. Shep has changed so much since ME1, she's just not the same ruthless Shep she was before (during Torfan or her Earthborn origin) ; but a Shep without these good memories/friends is exactly the cruel soldier that she used to be.
What a fantastic take on the whole clone saga! Of course, it's beautifully drawn, but what really elevates your Mass Effect comics to a very special plateau is the amount of thought that obviously goes into them. Whereas I tend to play games and just take them on face value, you really go beyond the information given you and make it your own! That is why Leya is one of my favourite Shepards, and why you're one of my favourite artists!
Thank you for the fast edit, since i already finish it, it no problem with me, But ......seem already got a few victim down here . I feel sad with the ending.... but this DLC alone is wash away all of my sorrow , this is the best fare well to the series dont' you think so