Comic Review: Mass Effect: Foundation #6

Check out my review of ME: Foundation issue #5.

Mass Effect: Foundation #6 continues the story of Miranda and Jacob’s quest for Commander Shepard’s body. Again, I have to complain about the way Jacob looks. You can’t just make a character black and give him the same facial hair and call it a day. He’s also several shades lighter, which is kinda crazy to me.
However, Clark may just be terrible at drawing faces. I showed a friend Miranda’s face and asked him who it was without letting him see the comic. He said “Whoever he is, he looks like Kurt Russel.”
Although #5 still holds its spot as my least favorite issue, this one comes quite close. There isn’t even a hint of Rasa in this issue. And while I’m sure the story was meant to show that Jacob was a cool guy, it just kind of fell flat. The story had none of the hard choices or sad twists of the average Mass Effect mission, let alone one of the issues in the Foundation series.
I highly recommend buying issues #1-4 of the Mass Effect: Foundation series. I’m on the fence about this two-parter.


Jacob and Miranda’s mission takes a deadly turn as the duo find themselves in the gun sights of a vicious batarian warlord!

The Deets

Writer: Mac Walters
Penciller: Matthew Clark
Inker: Sean Parsons
Colorist: Michael Atiyeh
Cover Artist: Benjamin Carré

Click here to purchase Mass Effect: Foundation #6.

[Disclaimer: A review copy was provided for me to review this comic.]

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