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    Mass Effect: Discovery #1 Uncovers a Dark Secret in the Andromeda Initiative

    Mass Effect: Discovery #1 is one of the most anticipated comic releases of the year. This comic promises to dive deeper into the Andromeda Initiative introduced in March’s Mass Effect: Andromeda video game. Dark Horse is no stranger to Bioware’s many video game worlds, but this is one the most promising storylines in their partnership. The first issue alone delivers on several of the promises made to fans during the initial production of the game. Namely, it uncovers significant dangers lurking in the Initiative’s long cast shadow.

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    It comes as no surprise that this story is compelling when you look at the creative team bringing it to life. John Dombrow, lead writer for both Mass Effect 3 and Mass Effect: Andromeda, has written a story that ties heavily back into the events of Andromeda. Artist Gabriel Guzman illustrates the comic, subtly luring readers back into the Mass Effect universe. He does this through incredible images that seamlessly recreates the iconic imagery of the games. His attention to detail hints at deeper connections to the greater Mass Effect storyline.

    Mass Effect: Discovery #1 Contains a Compelling Story

    The story itself is mostly told in flashback. The reader meets a side character from the game, Tiran Kandros, as he is reeling in the aftermath of a battle. Kandros, who is the leader of Nexus’ militia in Andromeda, is a much more significant character than the game would have you believe. While Tiran is just another NPC in the game, this comic shows us how he is so much more.

    Iran is a spy, infiltrating the Andromeda Initiative through the Nexus colony. The player only receives a few tidbits of information about Tiran’s life from before you meet him in the game. However, this comic blows apart any banal conceptions a player might have had of him. Despite his background role in the game, as the comic unfolds, it’s clear that Tiran is one of the most integral characters in the story of Andromeda. Through Tiran, we glimpse into not only the Turian perspective on the Initiative, but the resistance against it as well.

    Mass Effect: Discovery hits the shelves Wednesday, May 24th. Make sure to grab a copy at TFAW.com and don’t miss the beautiful variant cover by artist Kate Niemczyk. Until then, guys, keelah e’lai.

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    Mass Effect: Discovery #1, Dark Horse Comics, Released May 24th, 2017. Written by Jeremy Barlow and John Dombrow, Art by Gabriel Guzman, Cover by Michael Atiyeh. $3.99

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    March Product Review Contest Winners Announced

    Mass Effect Female Commander Shepard figure review at TFAW.comWe get hundreds of really great product reviews each month, and it’s our privilege to pore through them and pick three winners as part of our monthly Product Review Contest. Below, you’ll see who won from March’s Product Reviews. We’ll be sending $25 gift certificates to the people who posted them.

    Christine from Oak Hills, CA is the first of this month’s winners. Here’s her 5-star review of the Mass Effect 3 Play Arts Kai Female Commander Shepard Figure:

    Was extremely excited when I first heard about this figure, and then became a little nervous when I saw the male counterpart in person. I am overwhelmingly happy to say that she is MUCH better. Even better looking than what’s pictured honestly. Couldn’t be more satisfied with this purchase, and the price is really the best out there. Thank you TFAW!

    Hyrule Historia review at TFAW.comOur second winner is Dakota from Beverly, MA. Dakota had this to say about the The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia HC:

    It was exactly what I expected. I bought this book specifically for the concept art, and hot damn this book delivered. Even the notes on the concept artwork was translated! I spent a good hour reading every little detail. I also like the way the book is planned out, with Skyward Sword stuff at the beginning. The book follows the timelines, making it very much so like an actual history book rather than just being called “The Hyrule Historia” (though I wouldn’t have minded if it was in game release order anyway). I definitely suggest this book to any Zelda fan, though I’m pretty sure the lot of you preordered this baby the moment you knew it was going to be translated. I know I did, and that was in August. Definitely worth the wait. Plus, the price was really fantastic.

    Cover Girls Death statue review at TFAW.comLast but not least, there’s C. from Cody, WY, who’s review for the Vertigo Cover Girls Death Statue really spoke to us.

    I just received this today and, of course, had to open immediately. For the price, I was very hopeful that it was halfway decent, but that doesn’t even begin to cover how beautiful is this piece. The attention to detail–from the coloring of her eyeshadow to the layering of the feathers on the raven; the magnificence–she stands a proud 11.5″ to tower over most of my other shelf porn…the picture doesn’t even begin to do it justice. This is a porcelain piece, so there are no points of articulation, but she more than makes up for it. If she asked me to take a little walk with her, I wouldn’t even think twice.

    Thanks so much to everyone who wrote reviews last month. You’re helping people decide what to get (or what to avoid) next.

    So submit your reviews and help your fellow collectors, and us, sort out the “HOT” from the “NOT”! Who knows, you may be one of next month’s winners.

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    November Product Review Contest Winners Announced

    Boba Fett is Dead review at TFAW.comHundreds of great product reviews come in every month, and it’s our duty to pour through them and pick three winners as part of our monthly Product Review Contest. Below, you’ll see who won from November’s Product Reviews. We’ll be sending $25 gift certificates to the people who posted them.

    Magnus from Sundsvall, Sweden is the first of this month’s winners. Here’s what he had to say about Star Wars: Blood Ties – Boba Fett is Dead:

    I’ve only just recently discovered comics as a way of “expanding the universe”, and I’m glad I did. As a fan of Star Wars and the era of The Original Trilogy in particular, I find these well-written stories a great way to revisit my favourite characters, have them live on and be thrown into new adventures.

    This one was a great read and a promising start about one of Star Wars’s most popular characters. Definitely recommended to SW-fans everywhere! TFAW’s customer service has so far proven to be excellent, and the ability to add “Bag & Board” to each individual comic is a good way to ensure my copies arrive in mint condition.

    Batman and Robin review at TFAW.comToby from Eustis, FL wrote several reviews last month. His review of Batman & Robin #10 caught our eye.

    This issue was awesome… It was cool to see Damians emotions come out, and show others that he can fight like the big dogs too. It was also nice to see all the past robins in one issue, although I don’t fully understand why the Red Hood suddenly has a new-found relationship with the bat family (In other runs, he hasn’t). It was a very good read, and if you’re a fan of Damian Wayne, you’ll enjoy it.

    Play Arts Kai Ashley Williams Figure review at TFAW.comLast but not least, there’s James from Spanaway, WA, who’s review for the Mass Effect 3 Play Arts Kai Ashley Williams really spoke to us.

    Unlike so many other characters (with the exception of Liara) there wasn’t a more affordable, or any really, Ash figures availabe to own. While this figure is a very nice sculpt with some decent articulation there are a couple of problems with it.

    1. It doesn’t like to stand, there’s no stand included (let’s face it for north of $60 a stand isn’t unreasonable…)

    2. Her paint job. She has this darkend paint around her eyes making her look like a cross between the boy wonder and a racoon. I dont’ remember Ash every wearing so much make up and from an asthetic point of view (shadowing) it’s just too much.

    Otherwise I love it! I’m a huge Mass Effect fan and Ash has THE emblematic weapon of the series, adding to her must-have factor. I think what we’re paying for most is the import cost from Japan….frankly I think they could’ve done a lot better across the board for this price-point.

    Thanks so much to everyone who wrote reviews last month. You’re helping people decide what to get (or what to avoid) next.

    So submit your reviews and help your fellow collectors, and us, sort out the “HOT” from the “NOT”! Who knows, you may be one of next month’s winners.

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    Click on it and our product review form will appear in a popup. Just fill out the pertinent information and submit your review, and you’re done! We’ll take a look at your review and get it up on the product page soon thereafter!

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    April Product Review Contest Winners Announced

    As part of our monthly Product Review Contest, we’ve picked three reviews and are awarding $25 gift certificates to the people who posted them.

    Nicholas from Phoenix is the first of this month’s winners. He’s written a bunch of great reviews for Mass Effect stuff these last couple months, and we couldn’t help but notice his review for Mass Effect: Invasion #4:

    Amazing. This story has almost nothing to do with Commander Shepard, but Aria T’loak is a likeable anti-hero in this action packed comic. Cereberus begins to show its true colors as humanity’s worst attempt to invade the bastion of sin in the Terminus Systems. A “must read” for any Mass Effect fan.

    Next up is Ed from Arizona, who wrote some of the most in-depth reviews we’ve seen in quite some time. Here’s an excerpt from his three-star review of Geoff Johns’ Superman Secret Origin:

    Geoff Johns is an immensely talented writer, and I can understand his desire to kinda/sorta want to put his own creative stamp on the Man of Steel in SUPERMAN: SECRET ORIGIN, but there’s a part of me who firmly believes this isn’t all he wanted to do with Clark Kent and his alter-ego, Kalel . . . with another Super-flick headed to the box office, methinks the suits probably saw the need for housekeeping, so why not hand the reins to a proven innovator like Johns?

    Knowing how the industry tends to re-visit already established characters once more after a major relaunch, perhaps the book is required reading in order to not feel inundated or lost with the monthlies that have followed since this six-issue miniseries came to be.

    Still, what Johns accomplishes here isn’t so much adding any fresh perspective as it feels like cashing in. I didn’t walk away from those same sentiments when John Byrne did it, and I certainly didn’t walk away with that sense of disappointment when Jeph Loeb did it with the still stellar SUPERMAN FOR ALL SEASONS . . . couldn’t we have brought something “fresh” to the perspective of Superman instead of trampling out another corporate rehash of what everyone already knew? Recommended only for newbies to the Superman universe, as any serious long-term fan has already tackled this stuff elsewhere.

    Good stuff, no?

    Finally, Logan from Minneapolis stopped in to let us know what he thought about Archaia’s Rust HC Vol. 1. Here’s what he had to say:

    Picked this up @ C2E2’12 and read it on my way back from Chicago. Loved it! Fantastic start to an amazing book series! Artwork is amazing! Can’t wait for the next book! Only 4 stars because it’s part 1 of a 6 (I believe, or 4) book series. 5 stars once I can read the entire story! Can’t wait for the live action movie too!

    We want to thank everyone again for sharing their product reviews last month. You guys really do a lot to help other customers each time you submit a review. Thanks for your efforts! You don’t have to like the product to snag a winning review, so feel free to rant or gush.

    So submit your reviews and help your fellow collectors, and us, sort out the “HOT” from the “NOT”! Who knows, you may be one of next month’s winners.

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    Click on it and our product review form will appear in a popup. Just fill out the pertinent information and submit your review, and you’re done! We’ll take a look at your review and get it up on the product page soon thereafter!

    There’s also a really easy way for you to call up everything you’ve ever ordered from us and review it. Simply log in to your account and go into the Order History Section. Next to each item, you’ll see a “Review it!” link.

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    February Product Review Contest

    As part of our monthly Product Review Contest, we’ve picked three reviews and are awarding $25 gift certificates to the people who posted them.

    Peter from Stockholm is the first of this month’s winners. He wrote several really great reviews this month, one of which was his three-star review for Y The Last Man Deluxe Edition HC Vol. 5, and gives it a strong recommendation for comics fans and gamers alike:

    Sadly, the last volume is also the least fulfilling with a weak ending to an otherwise great story.

    Not exactly a ringing endorsement of the volume, but these types of reviews can be really helpful to people.

    Irene from California let fellow Mass Effect fans know what they’re getting into when they order the Art of the Mass Effect Universe HC:

    This is a very beautiful book and I would recommend it to hardcore Mass Effect fans who love collect. It’s very high quality, the cover, the pages, the artwork printed inside. There are various sketches showing the different stages of the characters/weapons/etc which artists will find very interesting. If you’ve seen character lithographs from the BioWare store some of them are reprinted into the book. If you are trying to avoid any spoilers stay away from from the Mass Effect 3 section in the back.

    Finally, Sean from Ohio dropped by for a couple reviews, one of which was for the Captain America Road to Reborn N&D TPB. Here’s what he had to say:

    The best thing about Ed Brubaker writing Captain America is his absolute love for the character, history, and mythos. Brubaker somehow killed Steve Rogers, replaced him with the impossible, and is still able to make unbelievable stories month in and month out. Here we get to read an amazing look at how so many different individuals are one year after Cap’s assassination. Add to that some fantastic looks back into Bucky’s past. The art was almost an A+ across the board with only a few missteps. I thoroughly enjoyed this collection and agree that Brubaker is one of comics’ finest writers.

    We want to thank everyone again for sharing their product reviews last month. You guys really do a lot to help other customers each time you submit a review. Thanks for your efforts! You don’t have to like the product to snag a winning review, so feel free to rant or gush.

    So submit your reviews and help your fellow collectors, and us, sort out the “HOT” from the “NOT”! Who knows, you may be one of next month’s winners.

    HOW TO SUBMIT A PRODUCT REVIEW:
    It’s simple! Just visit any product page and look for this:

    Click on it and our product review form will appear in a popup. Just fill out the pertinent information and submit your review, and you’re done! We’ll take a look at your review and get it up on the product page soon thereafter!

    There’s also a really easy way for you to call up everything you’ve ever ordered from us and review it. Simply log in to your account and go into the Order History Section. Next to each item, you’ll see a “Review it!” link.

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    New Series Alert—Mass Effect: Homeworlds

    Mass Effect: Homeworlds ComicsMass Effect junkies, listen up: there’s a new comic book series from Dark Horse you’ll want to know about! Mass Effect 3 lead writer Mac Walters kicks off a new series of single-issue stories featuring heroes essential to the story of BioWare’s latest blockbuster in Mass Effect: Homeworlds, debuting this spring.

    Each issue will star one of the main characters of Mass Effect 3, in a story written by the BioWare writer of the character in the game, beginning with Mac Walters’ tale of brash young gun James Vega in Homeworlds #1, out April 25 from Dark Horse.

    This is the perfect jumping-on point for the hottest video game-inspired comic book series in recent years! Plus, if you pre-order Mass Effect: Homeworlds now, you’ll save 20%.

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    John Jackson Miller Chats With Us About Mass Effect & Star Wars

    Mass Effect ComicsDark Horse Month is in full swing with an excellent interview with John Jackson Miller, writer of the Mass Effect and Star Wars: Knight Errant comics, as well as the Knight Errant novels!

    We chatted with him about what’s it’s like to tackle his third Mass Effect miniseries, how Knight Errant‘s Kerra Holt has evolved since Aflame, and more. Plus, we’ve got previews of both Mass Effect: Invasion #2 and Star Wars: Knight Errant – Deluge #4, out November 16!

    TFAW.com: I’m sure you get this question all the time, but–do you play Mass Effect? Were you a fan before you started writing the comics?

    John Jackson Miller: I played the first game, and enjoyed it; there’s a lot of thought that went into the milieu. By the time the second game came along, I was in the middle of writing a novel, but I got to watch a playthrough, which was probably more efficient–I get killed a lot! But I got to see the sights, and that was the important thing.

    TFAW.com: What’s it like working with the folks at Dark Horse?

    JJM: It’s great! The people at Dark Horse know an awful lot about putting out quality comics, and I’ve learned an enormous amount.

    TFAW.com: Mass Effect: Invasion in the third Mass Effect miniseries you’ve written. Looking back at Redemption, has anything changed in the way you approach the material?

    JJM: With Redemption, we were really getting our feet wet and figuring out how to do Mass Effect in comics form. As each of the stories has come out, we’ve gotten a little more comfortable working in the Mass Effect universe. We probably don’t have to ask quite as many question as we used to.

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    TFAW.com: What’s your working relationship like with Mac Walters?

    JJM: Mac’s very helpful. Obviously, he knows what’s coming up in the games, and has been able to work a lot of that into the plots. But he’s also let us put more of our own stamp on things as we’ve gone along. On Invasion, for example, he provided the broad strokes of the plot and then I fleshed it out. It helps me in scripting to have a hand in the plotting, and I appreciate that we’ve had the chance to do that.

    TFAW.com: The comics weave in and out of the game–for example, Invasion is the lead-in to Mass Effect 3. How do you keep track of all the details?

    JJM: It really helps that we have Mac to explain to us the state of play in the galaxy at this exact moment. We know what other people in the galaxy know about or think about the events of Mass Effect 2, for example, and that is very helpful in crafting our comics world.

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    TFAW.com: Mining station Omega has been hotly contested for years by various would-be conquerors–what makes it such a prize?

    JJM: Location, location, location! It’s situated near the Omega-4 relay, which is the opening of the corridor to the center of the galaxy–a hard-to-reach place that’s both a very secure part of space, and also well-stocked with alien Reaper technology. Cerberus has been using Omega as a supply port for its operations, but things are about to change.

    TFAW.com: It seems like Aria T’Loak and Cerebus’s General Petrovsky have a grudging respect for each other. How will their relationship develop during this series?

    Star Wars: Knight Errant ComicsJJM: Through trial by fire, they’ll each see what the other is made of. Petrovsky was a lot of fun to write–my grad school degree was in Soviet Studies, and Petrovsky is a very old-school soldier with one foot in military history. He looks at the conflict in the galaxy as part of a larger tradition, and he’s able to apply some of what he knows from the past to the present. Aria doesn’t always appreciate that, but she does respect results.

    TFAW.com: At the end of issue #1, it looks like Colonel Ashe, a Cerebus operative, is pulling a double cross. Is this on behalf of Cerebus, or some other organization?

    JJM: He calls the Illusive Man, so Cerberus it is. But exactly what he has planned, we’ll soon see!

    TFAW.com: You’re also in the midst of writing Star Wars: Knight Errant – Deluge, the second Kerra Holt miniseries. How has Kerra changed since Aflame?

    JJM: Kerra has lived through the events of the Knight Errant prose novel, and has continued to find that things out in Sith space are pretty complicated. In Aflame, she arrived with a plan, a concrete goal, and allies. Since then, she’s had to make it up as she goes along, she’s had to limit her ambitions to what’s actually possible, and she’s had to rely mostly on herself. It’s frustrating to her–she wants to do so much. But she has a lot to learn about whom she can trust, and whom she can’t.

    TFAW.com: With Mass Effect: Invasion and Star Wars: Knight Errant, you’ve got two strong, determined female leads: Pirate Queen Aria and Jedi Kerra. Do you think they would get along if they ever met?

    JJM: I kind of doubt it–they’re both very strong-willed, and I don’t think Kerra would approve of how Aria runs her space station.

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    TFAW.com: What are your biggest challenges writing for two beloved franchises such as Star Wars and Mass Effect?

    JJM: It is necessary to keep an eye on what’s been established, so characters are acting consistently with the world that they’re living in. With Star Wars, for example, it’s a little easier to know to avoid Earth-isms when characters are speaking; with Mass Effect, it’s more a matter of whether people would still be using a certain turn of phrase in the future. Again, we get a lot of help on that from Bioware.

    TFAW.com: In Deluge, Kerra has finally returned to her homeworld, Aquilaris, but found that it–and the people she left behind–are not at all what she was expecting. How will this experience change her?

    JJM: Kerra doesn’t have a lot of patience for human (and alien) weakness, and it shows through in Deluge. She’s got to learn that not everyone is an iron tower of will, like she is. It is a hard lesson to learn.

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    TFAW.com: Kerra’s continually been ripped away from the people she loves and depends on–her family, her Master, Vannar Treece–she’s always left to fend for herself. Is this going to change any time soon?

    JJM: Deluge presents her with allies she thinks she can trust, in the form of Captain Jenn Devaad and her fighter squadron. But things are never that simple in Sith space!

    TFAW.com: You’ve written a lot of wonderful science-fiction comics now–do you plan to continue in this vein? What would you like to do next?

    JJM: I love science-fiction comics and hope to continue writing for a long time. We have Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic – War coming out in January (pre-order now!) and it is a lot of fun. Zayne Carrick gets drafted into the Mandalorian Wars!

    And what I’ve been writing in prose–including a short story for Baen Books’ 2012 anthology Armored, and a new novella for Star Wars: Lost Tribe of the Sith, out next year from Del Rey–has been science fiction, too, so I’m getting to work a lot on what I enjoy!

    TFAW.com: What comics are you reading?

    JJM: My collection ranges from the Golden Age to present, and I find myself hopping from present to past and back again an awful lot. Just today I was reading some old Carl Barks Uncle Scrooge stories–they never go out of style!

    Thanks again to John Jackson Miller for a delightful interview. Make sure to check out our Mass Effect and Star Wars: Knight Errant comics now and save 10-50%

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    SDCC ’10: Preview Night! Walking Dead & Much More

    Live From San Diego Comic-Con 2010

    Tonight was Preview Night at San Diego Comic-Con 2010, and we were there to cover it for you! We got up close and personal with AMC’s The Walking Dead Set, checked out stuff from the Tron, Captain America, and Thor movies, looked into the My Little Pony and He-Man action figures, visited the Dark Horse Comics booth and much more.

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    Wednesday New Releases: Buffy #34, Mass Effect #4, Uncanny X-Men #523

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    This week, TFAW.com had some real doozies to review–in a good way! This week, we’ve got S.H.I.E.L.D. #1, World War Hulks #1, Mass Effect: Redemption #4, Batman and Robin #11, Deadpool Corps #1, Uncanny X-Men #523, Buffy #34, and the Ame Comi Robin and Batman figures!

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    ECCC ’10: More Buffy Season 9, Dr. Horrible, The Guild, Mass Effect!

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    We’ve got more video of Scott Allie expanding on plans for Buffy Season 9 and fielding questions about Angel, the new Dr. Horrible comics (being written right now!), The Guild, and Mass Effect comics:

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    Wednesday New Releases: Buffy #32, Ultimate X #1, Siege #2

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    Hey there, true believers! Step right up and learn about this week’s hottest new releases, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8 #32 (now with more superpowers!), Ultimate Comics X #1, Siege #2, Siege: Embedded #2, Deadpool Team-Up #896, Blackest Night: Wonder Woman #3, and Mass Effect: Redemption #2:

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    Wednesday New Releases: Blackest Night, Mass Effect, Marvel Siege!

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    Phew! It’s our first Wednesday New Releases blog entry of the year, and our resolution this year was to profile only the most badass comics and more for you! This week: mission accomplished, with reviews of Blackest Night Wonder Woman #2, Weird Western Tales #71, Suicide Squad #67, Mass Effect: Redemption #1, Siege #1, Siege: Embedded #1, the World of Warcraft Lich King Epic Stein, and new action figures from Resistance 2! Roll tape!

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