Cleopatra's mummy is found and cloned to produce a replicant





John Storm is called in by concerned: Egyptian, UNESCO and US agencies, to survey the sunken Mediterranean city of Thonis-Heracleion, in Aboukir Bay, near Alexandria, when he discovers that a tomb recently plundered contained a mummy that is a likely DNA match for the long lost Egyptian Pharaoh Queen.

Cleopatra's tomb lay lost for centuries. Then a shift in the tectonic plates triggered a tremor off the coast of Alexandria, revealing clues to a team of geneticists and archaeologists led by Rudolf Kiesler, descendant of a Nazi scientist who escaped to Brazil as World War Two closed in on Adolf Hitler's evil empire.

Storm had previously discovered disturbing technology on the banks of the river Amazon, at Kiesler's HQ, that enhances humans using cloning technology perfected by an Italian scientist - that also enables digital replication. It becomes clear that the occultist sect are attempting to reincarnate Cleopatra IV, with unimaginable consequences for mankind, should the technology fall into the wrong hands.




Cleopatra's suicide and subsequent tsunami that submerged her mausoleum  Investigative reported Charley Temple is captured, with John Storm and the Elizabeth Swann coming to the rescue  Cleopatra is kidnapped by the CIA, forcing John Storm to rescue her and risk his ship and crew



CLEOPATRA THE MUMMY GRAPHIC NOVEL - The story is divided into three issues, so that each chapter of the ocean and climate awareness adventure is more enjoyable, with more illustrations and more intrigue, building to a climax where the Elizabeth Swann and her crew are attacked with a view to destroying the technology and silencing the protagonists, to cover up covert the black-ops of the antagonists, that should never have been sanctioned.







Aegyptus - Roman province

Aboukir Bay - Mediterranean Sea, Egypt

Adolf Hitler - Nazi Germany and the Third Reich

Afterlife, The -

Ahmed Saleh - Egyptian fisherman who discovers the location of Cleopatra's tomb

Alexander the Great

Alexandria - Cleopatra's palace

Amazon Queen - Elizabeth Swann takes a jungle cruise - Graphic novel brief

Ancient Egyptians

Ancient Greeks

Angelina Jolie - Proposed Cleopatra movie from 2013, rumored to be under development

Anubis - Ancient Egyptian god of death, protector of the afterlife and mummification

Archaeology - The study of ancient history

Ark, The - The world's largest DNA archive

Asp - Poisonous Egyptian cobra, suicide of Cleopatra in Mausoleum, Alexandria Palace

Atlantic Dash - John Storm and Dan Hawk load up supplies and head to Brazil, through Bermuda Triangle

Augustus - Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus

Baron Heinrich Richtofen - Neo Nazi, Fourth Reich occultist

Battle of Actium, The - 2nd September 31BC, Ionian Sea

Battle of the Nile

Blade Runner - 1982 film about biologically enhanced (synthetic) humans

Blood and Treasure - CBS actions adventure drama series

Blue Shield, The - International association for the protection of cultural heritage

Book of the Dead

Book of the Living

Bourne Identity, The - Jason Bourne, CIA black ops, Treadstone

Burial chambers

Canopus - Is an ancient Egyptian coastal town that sank into the Mediterranean sea with Thonis-Heracleion

Captain America - Steve Rodgers US super enhanced World War Two soldier frozen in ice for 70 years

Captain Nemo - The world's best autonomous AI navigation system

Charley Temple - Adventurous camerawoman and researcher

Chief Constable Harold Hall - Metropolitan police, Scotland Yard

Cleopatra - Search for Tomb 2020 continues

              - 1963 film starring Elizabeth Taylor

              - 1917 film starring Theda Bara (silent)

Cloning - A way of biologically replicating a living organism, including humans, science facts

CRISPR - DNA editing (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats) genetic engineering molecular biology

Curse of the Pharaohs - Many tombs are cursed, as a warning not to disturb the remains of the dead

CyberCore Genetica - NanoComm's super computer, invented by William and Jane Bates

Danny Hawk - Gifted engineer aboard the Elizabeth Swann

Death On The Nile - 2022 film starring Kenneth Branagh, Armie Hammer and Gal Gadot

Dirty Harry - Chief Constable Harold Holland, Scotland Yard

DNA - John Storm's collection: The Ark

Egyptology - The study of ancient Egyptian history

Elizabeth Swann - An advanced ship, bristling with marine sensors and onboard artificial intelligence

Elizabeth Taylor - Cleopatra (1963) film

Enigma - Coding machines used to generate scrambled ciphers by Germany in WWII

Fourth Reich - 4th Nazi empire or realm

Franck Goddio - French marine archaeologist

Franco Francisco - An Italian scientist who perfects an artificial womb to enable rapid human cloning

Frankenstein - Mary Shelley's monster comes of age

General Sir Rodney Dunbar - MI6 military intelligence

Genome - The DNA sequence that determines who and what we are

Glen Godenho - Dr., archaeologist working at Taposiris Magna

Grave robbers - people who steal valuable artifacts and treasure, or human remains from a burial site

Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property 1954

Hal - The Elizabeth Swann is the world's most clever autonomous AI ship

Harold Holland - Chief Constable, Scotland Yard, London

Hatshepsut - Egyptian Pharaoh queen 1507 - 1458 BC


Hwang Woo-Suk, Dr. - Innovative South Korean scientist famous for experimental research on animal & human cloning

Indiana Jones - 1981 film Raiders of the Lost Ark, set in Tanis, Egypt during World War Two, against the Nazis 

Isis - Egyptian goddess of life

Jack Mason - CIA secret agent

Jobs - Illustrators, Colourists, Caption writers - opportunities for students and professionals

John Storm - Ocean adventurer, archaeologist and explorer

Julius Caesar - Roman General and Emperor of Rome

Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom - A 2018 film based on the cloning of dinosaurs and humans

Kathleen Martinez - Senior archaeologist looking for Cleopatra's tomb

Klaus von Kolreuter - Human genome sequencing expert

Kulo-Luna - First of the John Storm adventures

Lady Gaga - Rumored to be interested in Cleopatra re-make

Livescience 27 July 2020 - Where is Cleopatra's tomb?

Marjorie Boyle - Backpacker and Youtube blogger, Trinidad

Mark Antony - Marcus Antonius, father to three children by Cleopatra

Movies - Films where Ancient Egyptian mummies are resurrected from the dead with the book of the dead

          - The Mummy 1999 

          - The Mummy 2017

Mummies - Many cultures mummify their dead, for the same reason, to preserve the physical remains of an animal

Mummification - Preservation of the human body using spices, sealed jars and incantations

Mummipedia Fandom Wiki links - A comprehensive list of links to mummification

Musa Bomani - Tomb raider


NanoComm super CyberCore Genetica computers

Nefertiti - Egyptian Pharaoh queen 1370 - 1330 BC

New Kingdom

Nick Johnson - British Minister of Defence (The Devil) MI6 head covert operations

Nile - The river that irrigates Egypt and much of Africa

Octavian - Augustus first Emperor of Rome, Caesar 63BC - 14AD

Osiris - God of the dead, judge of the underworld


Ptolemaic dynasty


Ra - The sun god, giver of life

Red Notice - Netflix film about an antiquities thief who steal Cleopatra's eggs 2021

Reincarnation - Eternal life

Replicants - Synthetic, biologically engineered humans, bred as slaves

Roberto Ferrara - A Nazi spy working for the Secret Society in Rome

Romans - Fearful of Cleopatra being resurrected from the dead, ensured it would be a difficult task

Royal Barges

Royal Tombs

Rudolf Kessler - German Egyptologist

Safiya Sabuka - Egyptian treasure hunter, occultist

Sam Hollis - Trinidad Bugle, reporter

Shaun Flanagan - Police sergeant, Scotland Yard

Solar Boats - The vessel that transports Egyptians in the afterlife

Sophia Boutella - The mummy in the 2017 film of the same name

Stem Cells - Using the biological building blocks to mechanically engineer complex body parts

Taposiris Magna - Egyptian temple

The Boys From Brazil - Film (1978) a group of Neo Nazi war criminals try to clone Adolf Hitler'

The Da Vinci Code - Book and film, quest for the Holy Grail, by Dan Brown

The Mummy - The physical remains necessary for reincarnation

Thebes (modern Luxor)

Thonis-Heracleion - An Egyptian/Greek port that sank off the coast of Egypt near Alexandria

Tomb Raiders - Thieves who search for archaeological relics to sell on the black market

Treasure hunters - Can be archaeologists looking for knowledge or commercial antiquities dealers

Treasure Island - A John Storm adventure in search of Henry Morgan's pirate treasure in the Caribbean sea


UNESCO - Cultural heritage thefts, antiquities export & imports funding ISIS terrorism

Valley of the Kings - (Arabic: وادي الملوك‎ Wādī al Mulūk)

William Shakespeare - Antony and Cleopatra (tragedy) published 1623

World Heritage Site

World War Two - The Second World War II, was a technological arms race from 1939 to 1945

Zahi Hawass - Egyptologist who is looking for Cleopatra's mummy







When we turn 30, we start to lose muscle mass – as much as 3 to 5 per cent per decade – while our metabolism simultaneously begins slowing down. Regular exercise or strength training can work to counteract this and help to keep age-related weight gain at bay. Turning back the clock. Our hero, John Storm, was turned into a superhuman while experimenting with genetic altering equipment developed by an Occultist sect of a New World Order: The Fourth Reich.







John Storm uses a map to find buried pirate treasure in the Caribbean islands          John Storm rescues a wounded humpback whale 








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