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Mass Effect Volume 2: Evolution [Paperback]

Mac Walters , John Jackson Miller , Various , Michael Atiyeh
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Sept. 20 2011 Mass Effect (Dark Horse) (Book 2)
The Illusive Man sits at the center of many of the galaxy's greatest mysteries and is a key figure of Mass Effect 2 and beyond. Now, for the first time anywhere, the origin of the Illusive Man is revealed, in a story exclusive to this graphic novel!

* Featuring Evolution #1-#4 and short stories from MySpace Dark Horse Presents and USA Today!

* Story by Mass Effect 2 and 3 lead writer Mac Walters!

* For fans of Star Wars and Serenity.

* The ultimate sci-fi epic for today's gamer!

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4.0 out of 5 stars Very cool June 7 2014
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
very interesting origin story to some well known characters, the art style has nice touches and I can't think of what more I could need from it
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great backstory on the Illusive Man! Sept. 27 2011
By Chris Wice - Published on
This Evolution series is a great addition to the Mass Effect Universe. It gives a much needed backstory on Jack Harper, who eventually becomes the Illusive Man, leader of the human organization, Cerberus. I enjoyed this series and recommend it to any Mass Effect fan that wants to delve a little deeper into the Illusive Man's past.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Simply un-believable Feb. 13 2012
By fezvez - Published on
To put it bluntly, I didn't like the comic. At all.

So, this is supposed to give us some insights on the illusive man and the first war between human and turians. Instead, we have some action-packed comic, and I don't mean action-packed as a compliment. Rather "the story could be summed-up in a post-it". Honestly, I had very good hopes after the first part, but the events that followed are both unlikely and stupid. The idiocy of the characters is simply dumbfounding.

All in all, not worth it.

The graphics being not horrible, I rate it as two stars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Illusive Man Jan. 23 2012
By Cuban B - Published on
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Short Comic, only takes about an hour to read cover to cover. Gives you insight into the making of the "Illusive Man", and while the story procedes slowly to start (giving you insight into the Illusive man), at the very ends it ties everything together (a little bit too quickly). So in the end you know a little bit more about the Illusive Man but you DO NOT know his full story (you know how/what makes him the Illusive Man but not really how he got where he is). Its hard to describe without giving anything away. Good read if you are a Mass Effect fan.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not a Must Have Feb. 9 2012
By TAO - Published on
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If you love the game and love it for the story, then all the back stories are just icing on the cake. If you are looking for a great graphic novel then this isn't it. I'm not disappointed in the purchase at all, but it isn't something I feel completed the story from the game in any way. If characters from this story end up popping up in Mass Effect 3 then I stand corrected, but as of now this doesn't fill in any gaps or shed any new light on anything. It is more of a history lesson on the Illusive Man's distant past without filling you in on how he became who he is in the current story told in the games.

As a fan of the game and the story being told, it wasn't a disappointment in the sense that it wasn't as though I read it and felt I wasted my time. But it also wasn't what I was expecting either.
5.0 out of 5 stars Mass Effect: Evolution Sept. 12 2014
By Alexander Stephenson - Published on
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This Comic "Mass Effect: Evolution", is very amazing and excellent made! IT takes place during the Relay 314 Incident, and tells a story from the perspective of Jack Harper a.ka. Illusive Man.

Its story line is very excellent, all the characters are excellently designed, and it has re-readability value as well! I recommend this comic to any and all Mass Effect fans like myself; give it a read, you won't regret it!
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