Mass Effect Volume 3: Invasion Paperback – Apr 17 2012
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John Jackson Miller is the "New York Times" bestselling author of "Star Wars: Kenobi";" Star Wars: Knight Errant";" Star Wars: Lost Tribe of the Sith The Collected Stories"; and fifteen "Star Wars "graphic novels, as well as "Overdraft: The Orion Offensive". A comics industry historian and analyst, he has written for franchises including "Conan, Iron Man, Indiana Jones, Mass Effect, "and" The Simpsons". He lives in Wisconsin with his wife, two children, and far too many comic books.
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I played Mass Effect 3 prior to reading Invasion, so I knew from conversations with Aria that something had happened to her control of the Omega space station. However, it was never made clear exactly what transpired. This is where Invasion comes in. It fills in the gaps between the end of Mass Effect 2 and the point where you encounter Aria in Mass Effect 3.
I loved seeing a story from Aria's point of view. She is definitely an intriguing character and Invasion gives the reader or gamer a little bit of insight into her character. I don't know much about art, but I'm a comic book and graphic novel fan and the art work in Invasion was incredible, staying true to the characters and alien races I've come to know and love through playing the video game. I also enjoyed seeing Omega. I love Omega by the way. I was poisoned there once by a Batarian. Ah, good times.
Overall, an amazing read and a great tie-in for those who love the Mass Effect games as much as I do.