Mass Effect: Foundation #7 is one of my favorite issues of the mini-series so far. The plot isn't complex, but Jack and her action/biotic-packed sequences more than made up for it. My only real complaint is with the art. They changed artists again (for the 4th time) and I think it might be the worst change yet. I could get used to an art style that I'm not a fan of, but this inconsistency is pretty annoying.Foundation isn't even a long series. It's a 13-part mini-series. Would it be so hard to keep the same art team together for that long? Maybe this sort of thing happens all the time and I'm just too much of a comic newbie. I'm not really sure. Oh, well. This is still a good issue, despite the artistic inconsistencies. Read Full Review
The writing for this issue is very good. You see the dynamics of the character that before we didn't understand but the writing allows us to delve deeper into this character. It is fantastic and it works. Read Full Review
This is definitely for fans only. There is no help given for newcomers to the Mass Effect universe, nor should there be. It is a complex and detailed background and the time it takes to play the three games barely scratches the surface of the stories to be told. If you have played the games, these comic books are essential reading. Walters knows these characters and worlds because he helped create them, and that shines through in his writing. Read Full Review
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