Mass Effect Volume 3: Invasion (Mass Effect (Paperback)) Paperback – 17 Apr 2012
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John Jackson Miller is the "New York Times" bestselling author of "Star Wars: Kenobi";" Star Wars: Knight Errant";" Star Wars: Lost Tribe of the Sith The Collected Stories"; and fifteen "Star Wars "graphic novels, as well as "Overdraft: The Orion Offensive". A comics industry historian and analyst, he has written for franchises including "Conan, Iron Man, Indiana Jones, Mass Effect, "and" The Simpsons". He lives in Wisconsin with his wife, two children, and far too many comic books.
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No real spoilers: As we heard in Mass Effect 3 by the pirate queen Aria T'loak, Omega, the criminal stronghold which also servers as her home (or as she puts, it"I am Omega!"), is taken away from her by Cerberus... If you know Aria, you'l also know she ain't going easy, so you can i'm sure easily imagine her reaction.
Aria's shines throughout this story, enhancing the unbreakable personality and attitude comparable only Commander Shepard (don't kill me!)... And for those who don't like Aria, i'm sure this comic will change your mind about her. I went straight to Biowares forums to check I hadn't missed a DLC announcement, just out of excitement as it ends with ...To Be Continued In Mass Effect 3. I hope this doesn't only refer to the content we've already seen in the game. But to be honest, its too much of an opportunity for them not to finish Aria's story with "Retake Omega"!
For any Aria T'loak fan, this is a 'must buy.'
5 Stars, by far my favorite of the three Comics. Aria for Presiden-... nvm
The standard of art was again beautifully crafted and remained breathtakingly drawn throughout the volume. I did however feel like the volume went too quickly, granted I read it all in one go but it still felt rushed.
If your interested in the expanded Mass Effect universe I would definitely suggest this and the others in the series
The story is interesting, with a new "reaper" enemy introduced and the writer truly captured Aria's personality from the games. Again, unlike the DLC, this is the Omega you know and love from ME2, with the gangs, Afterlife and even Anto, Aria's batarian bodyguard.
The art is good, with beautiful drawings and very good use of color. All the different races are drawn exactly like in the games and the various locations of Omega are reproduced with magnificent detail.
Although the other comics may offer stories with more "weight" on the greater picture of the trilogy, with details of the Illusive Man's past or Liara's rescue of Shepard's body this is my favorite ME comic by far. Aria is just a great character and the book is filled with fun space battles, great action sequences and a satisfying ending.Read more ›
A very fun and detailed comic that fills in gaps between Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3.
The artwork was fantastic and a great tie-in to the games, expanding the universe and exploring the back story of Aria T'Loak. The comic also provided hints to a possible DLC, which is never a bad thing.
The only negative thing to say about this is that I do not find the digital format to quite suit comics, resulting in some of the panels being confused, but that is just me nitpicking.
I needn't have worried. As will have been known now, this is followed up on the Take Back Omega DLC.
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This is great because you get to find out why Aria is on the Citadel and what took place in her being there. The DLC Omega will continue the story in Mass Effect 3Published on 23 July 2013 by Mark Kaye
So good, loved this and loved the 'taking back omega' dlc for the game. Aria rules want to see more of her.Published on 29 Dec. 2012 by Leon