Mass Effect: Foundation #10 is another disappointment for me. It's a fairly interesting and tragic story focused on one of the more minor squadmates. The art is pretty good. I'm glad that they went back to Tony Parker and have stuck with him (though I still would have preferred the artist from the first issue). Where this issue particularly falls short is in it's overall scheme, which is a mess.Foundation is something different every issue and I don't meant thatin a good way. If you're a die hard fan ofMass Effect like me, I'm sure you'll want to read it, but you might want to wait for a sale. Hopefully the last three issues in the mini-series will be better. Read Full Review
Issue #10 isn't the strongest issue in the series by far, but at the very least, we get to see a little bit of Kasumi in action"in more ways than one (baddum ksssh!). Mass Effect: Foundation #10 will release on April 23rd at retail and digital download. We only have three more issues to go before the series ends. Any votes or hopes for who will be featured next? Read Full Review
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