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The champions of BioWare's award winning series embark on thrilling interstellar expeditions through alien war and existential crisis, struggling for peace and fighting for the right to survive. Mass Effect's vibrant world is teeming with conflict, and always on the edge of tipping into despair--but there are some who still struggle to maintain order in the chaos and secure The champions of BioWare's award winning series embark on thrilling interstellar expeditions through alien war and existential crisis, struggling for peace and fighting for the right to survive. Mass Effect's vibrant world is teeming with conflict, and always on the edge of tipping into despair--but there are some who still struggle to maintain order in the chaos and secure the future of the galaxy. Join Liara as she teams up with the Drell Feron to recover the body of Commander Shepard from the Shadow Broker, uncover the origins of the Illusive Man in an epic tale of betrayal and discovery, and witness Aria defend the space station Omega from Cerberus forces, as well as the internal conflicts at Cerberus and the lives of the agents who serve it. Also included in this volume are collected stories of characters you love like Garrus, Tali'Zorah, and Wrex, and the series Discovery which follows the Turian soldier Tiran Kandros. This book compiles all of the Mass Effect comic book series in one affordable, accessible, and comprehensive format--a must buy for fans of the Mass Effect universe and BioWare. Collects Mass Effect: Redemption #1-4, Mass Effect: Evolution #1-4, Mass Effect: Invasion #1-4, Mass Effect: Homeworlds #1-4, Mass Effect: Foundation #1-13, and Mass Effect: Discovery #1-4.


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The champions of BioWare's award winning series embark on thrilling interstellar expeditions through alien war and existential crisis, struggling for peace and fighting for the right to survive. Mass Effect's vibrant world is teeming with conflict, and always on the edge of tipping into despair--but there are some who still struggle to maintain order in the chaos and secure The champions of BioWare's award winning series embark on thrilling interstellar expeditions through alien war and existential crisis, struggling for peace and fighting for the right to survive. Mass Effect's vibrant world is teeming with conflict, and always on the edge of tipping into despair--but there are some who still struggle to maintain order in the chaos and secure the future of the galaxy. Join Liara as she teams up with the Drell Feron to recover the body of Commander Shepard from the Shadow Broker, uncover the origins of the Illusive Man in an epic tale of betrayal and discovery, and witness Aria defend the space station Omega from Cerberus forces, as well as the internal conflicts at Cerberus and the lives of the agents who serve it. Also included in this volume are collected stories of characters you love like Garrus, Tali'Zorah, and Wrex, and the series Discovery which follows the Turian soldier Tiran Kandros. This book compiles all of the Mass Effect comic book series in one affordable, accessible, and comprehensive format--a must buy for fans of the Mass Effect universe and BioWare. Collects Mass Effect: Redemption #1-4, Mass Effect: Evolution #1-4, Mass Effect: Invasion #1-4, Mass Effect: Homeworlds #1-4, Mass Effect: Foundation #1-13, and Mass Effect: Discovery #1-4.

30 review for Mass Effect: The Complete Comics

  1. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    I loved seeing all the background stories and learning more about some of my favorite characters. If you're a Mass Effect fan, I definitely recommend picking this collection up! I loved seeing all the background stories and learning more about some of my favorite characters. If you're a Mass Effect fan, I definitely recommend picking this collection up!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Y.S. Stephen

    Home Shop Donate Contact Form Mass Effect: The Complete Comics by Walters, Miller et al - Book Recommendation October 27, 2020 - 0 Comments Mass Effect: The Complete Comics - Book Review Mass Effect: The Complete Comics is a collection of all Mass Effect comics into one huge volume. The stories here adds a bit of flesh to the narratives in the video games (Mass Effect 2 and 3). This volume gives us the background to the grand conflicts in the Mass Effect universe and how some characters came to be Home Shop Donate Contact Form Mass Effect: The Complete Comics by Walters, Miller et al - Book Recommendation October 27, 2020 - 0 Comments Mass Effect: The Complete Comics - Book Review Mass Effect: The Complete Comics is a collection of all Mass Effect comics into one huge volume. The stories here adds a bit of flesh to the narratives in the video games (Mass Effect 2 and 3). This volume gives us the background to the grand conflicts in the Mass Effect universe and how some characters came to be who they are. The tales here range from the origins of Illusive Man to Garrus' adventures while Shepard's body is with Ceberus. We are able to also catch a glimpse of what it took for Liara to recover Shepard's body and Aria's bust-up with Ceberus, right before she enlists Shepard's help. THINGS I LOVE These stories adds much colour to the franchise. It gives an opportunity to reconnect with favourite characters as well as glean some insights into their backgrounds and motives. DISLIKES None. WHO IS IT FOR Fans of the franchise will enjoy the story so much as to play the games again. Many thanks to Dark Horse Books for review copy.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Marie

    "In space, every moment is the middle of the night-- and every attack is an ambush." Absolute must read for any fan of Mass Effect! Loved all the background story that really added some context and appreciation for the events that happened in game. The only chapter I didn't quite understand was the Blasto one, seemed out of place to me. That, and I feel like Foundation could've been organized better to show they were on a different character. I know overall they all related to Rasa but it was a l "In space, every moment is the middle of the night-- and every attack is an ambush." Absolute must read for any fan of Mass Effect! Loved all the background story that really added some context and appreciation for the events that happened in game. The only chapter I didn't quite understand was the Blasto one, seemed out of place to me. That, and I feel like Foundation could've been organized better to show they were on a different character. I know overall they all related to Rasa but it was a little jarring to be focusing on one character on one page then the next page it's focusing on someone else entirely and I had to adjust to the the previous being over.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ra(c)hel

    The big question is: is buying this book worth the $40 pricetag? There are a number of answers, in my opinion. If you're a diehard Mass Effect fan and want to own every piece of media associated with the property, this probably isn't a bad choice. It looks gorgeous, the printing quality isn't too shabby and you know what you're getting - for a compilation of so many stories, it really isn't a bad deal. If you're in it for actual content and depth, you might be better picking up single issues and The big question is: is buying this book worth the $40 pricetag? There are a number of answers, in my opinion. If you're a diehard Mass Effect fan and want to own every piece of media associated with the property, this probably isn't a bad choice. It looks gorgeous, the printing quality isn't too shabby and you know what you're getting - for a compilation of so many stories, it really isn't a bad deal. If you're in it for actual content and depth, you might be better picking up single issues and separate books, because of the 13 stories (by "stories" I mean separately numbered issues/books in the Mass Effect Graphic Novel series that aren't the omnibus volumes), I only really enjoyed Homeworlds, Foundation: Volume 3, Discovery, and the two one shots Blasto: Eternity is Forever and He Who Laughs Best. I truly disliked most of the other stories; Redemption and Incursion were my only 3-star ratings. A lot of the issues in the Mass Effect comics lie in the writing and the art style: my favorite stories often had a looser, more experimental art style, which might not be what you are looking for when reading an action-packed sci-fi comic book. It's also very obvious that most of the female characters are presented with the male gaze in mind (do regular action comic readers just accept this as status quo or is this a Mass-Effect-specific issue? I do not know!), and that often impacts the story of familiar strong characters, such as Aria, negatively. These stories aren't meant for those with no knowledge of the Mass Effect universe and while it helps flesh out the universe for those that love the series, I wouldn't consider it required reading. Nonetheless, I was glad to spend a bit more time with the characters I love dearly.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Joey Warta

    If you are a fan of the games, this is a fun read! Adds a lot of depth to an already deep universe.

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    Juan

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