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Submitted by Lucario 839d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Dead Space Liberaton Review

DHGF: Dead Space: Liberation is the third graphic novel set in the Dead Space universe. The first graphic novel, by author Antony Johnson and artist Ben Templesmith is up there with Dead Space: Martyr as my favorite pieces in the Dead Space franchise. Dead Space: Salvage was the second book and while it kept Johnson as the scribe, they replaced the artist with Christopher Shy. Back in 2010 when I reviewed Dead Space: Salvage, I felt it was a drop in quality from the first in storytelling and art. Here we are, a little over two years later and there’s now a third graphic novel for Dead Space. This newest hardcover release, Dead Space: Liberation has kept Christopher Shy as the artist but EA and Titan have switched writers (which really surprised me) to Ian Edginton, who I best know for his work on comics like Victorian Undead Dark Horse’s Predator and Aliens comics, and some Warhammer 40,000 work. (Culture, Dead Space 3) -

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