The beauty of this book lies in the incredible attention to detail, with intricate artwork often containing hidden references to the games that you’ll have a blast trying to spot.
Commander Shepard’s impact on the Mass Effect universe may be over, but as with any good sci-fi franchise, the storytelling possibilities are endless. Dark Horse has announced Mass Effect: Foundation, an ongoing series based on the Bioware trilogy.
Evolution faces a difficult task of delivering gamers the back-story to the Mass Effect trilogy’s enigmatic antagonist, the Illusive Man; a fascinating villain who is difficult to comprehend and impossible to second-guess. Or at least he was.
$3.50, Dark Horse Story: Jim Shooter Art: Bill Reinhold, Raymond Swanland (cover) Colours: Wes Dzioba With Dark Horse’s new retro-fitted Magnus: Robot Fighter, Jim Shooter takes us back to the year 4000 and the futuristic city of New Am, a technological haven where robots fulfil every duty from policing the streets to working as effeminate […]
Dark Horse, $3.50 Story: Felicia Day Art: Jim Rugg The Guild is one of those cult online shows that I’ve read nothing but praise for, yet despite my best attempts have so far struggled to “get”. Part of this may be down to my newly realised aversion to MMORPGs, but also the fact that outside […]
Dark Horse, $3.50 Script: Randy Stradley Pencils: Rick Leonardi Inks: Mark Pennington Colours: Wez Dzioba Anyone who got into comics during the early nineties will likely have fond memories of Dark Horse’s numerous movie tie-ins, the most successful of which by far was Aliens vs. Predator and its thousand or so predecessors. Well, having recently […]