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Rogue Clone
10 : The Clone Apocalypse

by Steven L. Kent
Jun 1, 2015
6 Hours
Ages 18+
Earth, A.D. 2519. The clone soldiers of the Enlisted Man’s Empire, formerly members of the Unified Authority’s powerful military, believe they have finally secured their freedom. They may not live to learn how wrong they are…

After launching an unsuccessful invasion of Washington, D.C., the Unified Authority is on the verge of defeat. Then the clones intercept a message detailing the U.A.’s last ditch plan for survival: a super weapon, a virus designed to attack the clones’ internal architecture. Only one clone was created without the fatal flaw—Wayson Harris, an outlaw model with independent thoughts and an addiction to violence.

As his empire collapses and his comrades die around him, Harris begins a one-man war against the government that created, betrayed and ultimately destroyed his brothers. Fighting the war becomes more difficult, however, as the rush from the constant combat has reached its peak—and is driving Harris slowly insane…

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Director & Cast

Director Ken Jackson
Starring Ken Jackson, Elliot Dash, David Jourdan, Joel David Santner, Joe Brack, Tracy Olivera, Michael Glenn, Patrick Bussink, Yasmin Tuazon, David Coyne, Steve Wannall, Christopher Scheeren, David Harris, Tim Getman, Scott McCormick, Evan Casey, Rick Rohan, Gregory Gorton, Richard Rohan, Elizabeth Jernigan, Matthew Basset, Christopher Walker, James Lewis, James Konicek, Todd Scofield and Colleen Delaney
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Brian Rogers
Sound Designers Brian Rogers
Original Theme Music Temesgen Wubneh
Additional Original Music Dan Sondak
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Bittersweet End to Awesome Series by Jen (Posted on 1/12/2018)
This final installment of the Rogue Clone series is bittersweet. Harris at his Liberator best. Freeman being a force of nature. And my personal favorites, the SEAL clones make an appearance.

The Enlisted Man's Empire's days are numbered, but they were always a temporary Empire, what with the clones unable to procreate. But being there for the their demise was tough. These men who were born and bred to serve, as is shown through the entire series, were never valued. It's what we struggle with, through Harris, the whole series. Harris may be a stone cold killer, but he believes in saving and protecting lives. All lives. Except while there are many people interested in saving natural born lives, Harris is the only one trying to save synthetic lives.

There's a lot of fun action, new and old clones with fun personalities. It's a satisfying end to what's been a heck of a ride.
Captivating by David (Posted on 2/22/2017)
This is a great series. Hope they continue it soon.
10 : The Clone Apocalypse by Rick (Posted on 11/25/2015)
My brother got me started with Graphic Audio and this series. Excellent story line I maybe bias being a Marine. Plenty of action and a good story plot, keeps moving till the end. Nuke'em all and let God sort them out :)
Rogue Clone by Lee (Posted on 9/1/2015)
love the series have very good listen thanks GA
another good one by john (Posted on 7/4/2015)
if you know this series and like it ,you will enjoy this one to
Rouge Clone by Louis (Posted on 6/21/2015)
I like this entire series! It give a humanistic feeling to a clone, and it also shows future prejudices.
Awesome by ray (Posted on 6/6/2015)
I love this series, I hope it never ends. Wayson's Empire comes to end ... or does it ? :-)
great episode.
Another great military novel by Andrew (Posted on 5/29/2015)
As a former member of the United States Military I have an extremely high standard that military fiction has to meet for me to approve of it... That said this is the best series to date that I have ever been privy too! (Not counting some of the after action reports I have read written by officers chronicling their own heroic deeds)

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