Mirror's Edge: Exordium

Mirror s Edge Exordium Leading up to the events of the highly anticipated new Mirror s Edge game and scripted by the writer of the game Christofer Emg rd comes an exhilarating comic event Delve into the rich dystopian futu

  • Title: Mirror's Edge: Exordium
  • Author: Christofer Emgard
  • ISBN: 9781616559038
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
  • Leading up to the events of the highly anticipated new Mirror s Edge game and scripted by the writer of the game, Christofer Emg rd comes an exhilarating comic event Delve into the rich dystopian futuristic world of Mirror s Edge through the story of Faith, one of the most celebrated heroines in video games Yearning to prove herself in the fast paced, high stakes worldLeading up to the events of the highly anticipated new Mirror s Edge game and scripted by the writer of the game, Christofer Emg rd comes an exhilarating comic event Delve into the rich dystopian futuristic world of Mirror s Edge through the story of Faith, one of the most celebrated heroines in video games Yearning to prove herself in the fast paced, high stakes world of the Runners, Faith gets a job offer that may be too good to be true and makes a rash decision that will change her life forever Collects issues 1 6 of the miniseries the complete prequel story to the new Mirror s Edge game in one volume

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    1. My only peeve is that Noah looked so different from in the game. Having played the game, I love all the little hints back and forth. Beatrix Bloch, for example, and Celeste! I really appreciate the broader understanding of the game's story I have now, and I think the artwork is gorgeous (#1-3 more so than #4-6, though). Noah is such a Dad I love it and I have Feelings. 5 stars.

    2. As I'm familiar with the video game and loved its design, I was really pleased to jump in the graphic novel. The spirit of the runners was well depicted, with fights, errands and the clear artwork. It was nice to see almost everything again in black, white and red, to slide under things or jump into the void. I also liked to spend some time with the stubborn and talented Faith and the story was ok. I would have liked more emphasis on the dystopian society, but Faith had obviously other things in [...]

    3. Reading this reminded me just how much I missed the world of Mirror's Edge and Faith. This is a great graphic novel for a game that's (finally) coming out in a couple of days. It captures the atmosphere of the game perfectly and it sets the story up for the game which is supposed to be a prequel of some sort. I would recommend this to people who are planning on buying and playing the game because I simply cannot wait any longer and reading this helped ease my impatience.Edit // after finishing t [...]

    4. This was my first comic/graphic novel i've ever read and I did quite enjoy it! Some of the drawings were pretty amazing, and I could hear the score for mirror's edge while reading some of the things Faith was saying. I ended up listening to the music while reading it which was pretty cool. I still don't really know how much I like comics or graphic novels yet, I think I find it hard to get engrossed in the story with so little words. I still really enjoyed it even though the storyline was not re [...]

    5. The book compiles a prequel story to the Mirror's Edge: Catalyst game. It re-introduces the protagonist, Faith Connors, and the story delivers the character to the circumstances presumably in the video game's intro. Though I preferred Rhianna Pratchett's storytelling in earlier versions of the series' video game and graphic novel (and despite my pet peeve that they killed off an adult main character from the first series as a child during this retcon), it was a fun read.

    6. A decent backstory to the start of the Mirror's Edge Catalyst game. It wasn't spectacular, it didn't evoke much emotion other than some occasional outrage at Faith's stubbornness. The writing in the comic is as uninspired as the writing in the game itself, so I guess I'm not surprised. Don't get me wrong, the game itself is fantastic, and Mirror's Edge is one of my favorite franchises based entirely on gameplay (and the AMAZING soundtracks), but writing is definitely their weakest point I think. [...]

    7. Mirror's Edge: Exordium is a prequel comic for the Mirror's Edge prequel-sequel Mirror's Edge: Catalyst. That sounds kind of confusing, but you don't actually have to have played either of the Mirrors' Edge games to enjoy this comic. Fans of the series will appreciate how Exordium ties into Catalyst, while newcomers will appreciate the action and Faith's struggle to identify her loyalties in this harsh dystopian world.

    8. I honestly fell in love with this book, the way the characters are developed is amazing, and the plot ties in perfectly with the video game (which I also highly recommend) My favorite part is the art style, I draw quite a bit, and I've learned so much from the style the illustrator uses. Definitely a must read!

    9. When Mirror's Edge: Catalyst opens we find Faith being released from prison. This prequel comic tells the story of how she got there. It isn't required reading to play the game, but it does help to flesh out the characters and the backstory a bit more.

    10. Very well set events that presents the main game generously I would recommend this to every Mirror's Edge fan.#Mirrorsedge #Comic

    11. Uma Preview para o começo do jogo Mirror´s Edge Catalyst. Várias HQ's contando o passado de Faith Connors

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