And even if the script were forgettable, The Fall would still thrive on the strength of its art. Kerschl and Stewart make an impressive team. Though the two each handle their own assigned timelines, Kerschl and Stewart have similarly bright, animated styles that allow for a very cohesive look. It's arguable whether a slightly darker visual style might have suited the tone of the games better. On the other hand, part of the appeal of this series is seeing the result of a creative team who are fully involved in both sides of its production. There's an undeniable energy and storytelling flow that comes when a creator writes and draws a page themselves, and that energy is readily apparent in The Fall. It's unfortunate this book is so unusually brief. Still, it's refreshing to have a video game comic leave the reader so desperately wanting for more. Read Full Review
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