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Halo: Initiation By Brian Reed Dave Marshall Marco Castiello,

  • Title: Halo: Initiation
  • Author: Brian Reed Dave Marshall Marco Castiello
  • ISBN: 9781616553258
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Halo mdash one of the most iconic video game franchises in historymdash comes to Dark Horse Before she was a supersolider defending humanity as part of the Spartan IV program, Sarah Palmer was an ODSTmdash Orbital Drop Shock Troopermdash carrying out the most dangerous missions behind enemy lines Join her on her dramatic journey from the ranks of humaHalo mdash one of the most iconic video game franchises in historymdash comes to Dark Horse Before she was a supersolider defending humanity as part of the Spartan IV program, Sarah Palmer was an ODSTmdash Orbital Drop Shock Troopermdash carrying out the most dangerous missions behind enemy lines Join her on her dramatic journey from the ranks of humanity s toughest leathernecks to the highest echelon of elite warriors in the galaxy Collects the three issue miniseries A new era of Halo comics begins at Dark Horse The Halo franchise has sales eclipsing 3 billion over its lifetime From one of the writers on Halo 4mdash comics veteran Brian Reed
    Halo Initiation Halo mdash one of the most iconic video game franchises in historymdash comes to Dark Horse Before she was a supersolider defending humanity as part of the Spartan IV program Sarah Palmer was an ODST

    One thought on “Halo: Initiation”

    1. Le doy solamente la mitad de los puntos porque el arte est bastante bien, pero para ser la historia de Sarah Palmer , le falta MUCH SIMO contenido Much simo.

    2. What I kind of miss in the length of this comic it makes up in the quality and style of the graphics The pictures are very nice and the print is of good quality But it s not very long so I will have to continue reading with the next part of the series.

    3. a bit of a let down, not a great story, non of the characters from the games But it s short and reads easy and looks nice

    4. I keep trying to get into the post Halo Reach universe, but something keeps holding me back I was hoping this graphic novel might inspired where other elements of the verse have not, but alas, I remain unsatisfied I was initially very hopeful following the introduction of Sarah Palmer in Halo 4 perhaps my affinity for Commander Shepard was bleeding over but still nothing in her character speaks to me And the bits with Jun are vaguely unsettling in the way that all we must trust our military abso [...]

    5. Based on her role in Halo 4, it seems like Sarah Palmer was intended to be the face of the new Halo generation and the Spartan IVs And on the surface, she seems like a pretty great character she s a Commander, which is cool, and she s voiced by legendary voice actor and perennial fan favorite Jennifer Hale Unfortunately, her characterization throughout the game is uneven and even somewhat unlikable, and those problems extend to this book which was meant to serve as an origin story for the charac [...]

    6. Initiation is a quick read that really doesn t offer much other than how Sarah Palmer became a Spartan If you like Spartan Palmer give this one a read, if not, skip it You won t miss much.

    7. As someone with very little familiarity with the Halo games after the first one, I assume there are a lot of references and callbacks here that I m missing That being said, it still manages to be completely accessible, and a surprisingly full action story considering its relatively short length Sarah Palmer is a new generation of Spartans, and she gets to prove it with her cohorts against a renegade who is trying to steal a secret ship It has lots of action, although not much in the way of alien [...]

    8. Halo Initiation is billed as the lead in to the Halo Spartan Assault videogame It covers the origins of the Spartan IV program and Command Sarah Palmer, the leader of the Spartan IVs.The story is well told and well illustrated, capturing the aesthetic of the Halo universe that has already been established through the games and previous comics It stands on its own, but if you played Halo 4 or Spartan Assault, it ties in nicely, adding depth to the universe.If I had any criticism for the comic, i [...]

    9. I ve played the games, read the books other graphic novels In my opinion, this was disappointing Palmer wasn t my favorite Spartan, so I thought this GN would make me think well, she s not such a b That didn t happen On the cover of the GN proclaims The exciting lead in to Spartan Assault nope Not exciting More like too short, story disjointed Actually succeeded in making me like Palmer even less than I did before I see on the back of the GN that it was Scripted by one of the writers on Halo 4 T [...]

    10. I guess I should have paid attention when I ordered this as when it arrived I was surprised to see it was a graphic novel.After reading it I couldn t tell you what it was about It just did not register.The Halo game franchise is very strong, and the books I have read add to that strength This graphic novel was too self centered, at the exclussion of the story making process, for me to enjoy.Even the art work was only okay.I d recommend the books in this series over the graphic novel approach

    11. I know my answer This is an interesting expansion of the Halo universe For an introduction the story is good, but not great The pacing feels a bit rushed and there s some pretty cheesy banter We get to see how ODST s became Spartans and get some background on people in the Halo world, but this book doesn t suck you in or add anything mind blowingt.It s a short read and it s super focused on Palmer while also trying to share the larger story of Spartans.

    12. I ve played the games, read some of the books, and a few of the graphic novels This was a fun quick read, but it was a bit too quick It glossed over the rest of the Spartans, and focused only on Palmer, who I do like, but even then, it didn t go into much detail about her That being said, I still enjoyed it, and look forward to seeing of these characters The art was also really good.

    13. The female Spartans are taking the lead in this new post Bungie Halo Universe At least in the recent Karen Traviss trilogy of novels and this 3 part comic series I wonder though, if these characters are going to make it into the next game Could be interesting.

    14. I liked it but its kinda short and felt like they rushed the ending but i still like it the book also informs you about what surgeries they do on you before you become a spartan

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