It's all a matter of licensing, I've been told. Seems the publishers couldn't come to terms with crunchyroll and the like.
Probably the best thing to do is to buy the manga which looks pretty good in it's own right.
Not sure it goes into the cloning tech per se but it's great background story for the Valkyries beautifully presented...
Eve Valkyrie HC https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1616557672/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_kLh7zbJ4K870S
Honestly one of my favorite comics and it's the only one of his I've read. I bought this (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1616550058/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o09_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) hardcover of Fear Agent but I haven't had time to read more than the first issue.
Thanks for the info. I was given my vol 1 as a gift, so I forget when I got it. Do you know of any specific passages/pages I can check to see if I got the newer version? Amazon lists an original publishing date of oct. 2014, but my book has an april 2015 publishing date and says"First Yen On edition : April 2015" .
Also the ISBN 13s do not match.
I want to recommend a graphic novel series called Planetes.
It's all about a character whose primary job involves EVA work collecting trash in Earth's orbit.
Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/Planetes-Book-1-Makoto-Yukimura/dp/1591822629
There is an animated series as well, but I prefer the GN. It has some good, science-based fiction concerning zero-g environments and speculation on how humans would deal with those challenges.
Yes that's it. There are a couple volumes of new Emanon stories called Wandering Emanon, and the same author has a couple other series that are nice. Boken Eleki (Wandering Island) got licensed and will be out in July. Then there is also La Pomme Prisonaire which has no text (or at least very little).
Besides rliant's link, both volumes have been published by Seven Seas. Reading a physical copy will always be a different experience to online reading, if you're into physical copies, that is.