The Mass Effect: Evolution: Part 1 Of 4 wiki last edited by Saren on 08/27/13 11:11PM View full history

Mass Effect 2 Lead Writer Mac Walters reveals the origin of our galaxy’s most mysterious powerbroker--The Illusive Man!

With co--writer John Jackson Miller (Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic) and artist Omar Francia (Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2), Walters chronicles humanity’s first deadly days on the galactic stage and uncovers the pivotal role The Illusive Man played in it all! Available only in comics, this essential piece of Mass Effect canon offers new insights for existing fans, while the focus on humanity’s first steps into the wider Mass Effect universe provides a riveting story of action and intrigue for sci-fi readers of all stripes!

* The secret origin of the Illusive Man!

* The world’s most acclaimed sci-fi video-game series returns to comics!

* Mass Effect 2 sold two million copies in its first week and earned a 96 percent score on Metacritic, the industry-watched review aggregator.

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Story Upon Story 0

For my first review I chose this book because it's a number one issue and that it encompasses two medias which I thoroughly enjoy, comics and video games.      A tale of who and how The Ellusive Man becomes who he is from the Mass Effect 2 video game. The Illusive Man is someone that wants what is best for humanity and the ways that he goes about to accomplish his goals could be thought of as wrong or too harsh. Playing the game Mr. Illusive comes off as someone that can not really be trusted bu...

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The First Casualty Of War Is Story, Apparently. 0

THE BASICSA prequel to Mass Effect taking place during the "First Contact War" between humans and Turians.MY COMPLIMENTS TO THE CHEFI feel bad for prequels. By design, they're doomed to be bad for multiple reasons. For one, we already know the outcome of the events taking place and how they effect the big picture. Secondly, characters have to be less interesting because all the events that change them and make them grow as a person haven't happened yet. Mass Effect: Evolution, though, avoids bot...

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