Comic Review: Mass Effect: Foundation #7

Check out my review of ME: Foundation issue #6.

Ahhhhhhh…do you hear that sigh of relief? Within the first two pages, we’re back to what I loved about ME: Foundation. While the art is sketchier and dirtier, the female bodies are back to normal shapes and poses, without all of that big-boobed contortionist thing that was going on in issues 5 and 6.


Mass Effect: Foundation #7 starts off with Jack pulverizing a door and ends with Kai Leng making a dumb face. If that information isn’t enough to convince you to pick this one up, I have nothing else for you here.


When elite Cerberus agents are ordered to capture a powerful and dangerous rogue biotic, they are completely unprepared for the fury that is Subject Zero—better known as Jack!

The Deets

Writer: Mac Walters
Artist: Garry Brown
Colorist: Michael Atiyeh
Cover Artist: Benjamin Carré

Click here to purchase Mass Effect: Foundation #7.

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

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