InFamous #1

    InFamous » InFamous #1 released by DC Comics on May 1, 2011.

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    The smash PlayStation 3 video game explodes into comics, written by inFamous game writer William Harms (Impaler) and illustrated by Eric Nguyen (Halo: Helljumper, Strange Girl), featuring covers by fan-favorite Green Lantern artist Doug Mahnke! While delivering a mysterious package, bike courier Cole MacGrath is caught in a massive explosion that gives him electric superpowers. As his world collapses around him, Cole must defend himself and his city from government forces that'll stop at nothing to capture him.



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    I Remember All Those Infamous Ads In My Comics 0

    A comic book based on the video game. Now we can find out more about the character Cole MacGrath.  The Good I like the idea of comics based off of video games to flesh out the story. The fact that this comic is written by the writer of the game says it should be a true adaption. I admit I never had a chance to play the game but I vividly recall the multiple ads that were contain in comics. Because I didn't play the game, key plot points from the game were unknown to me. It began as an okay story...

    13 out of 14 found this review helpful.

    Not Quite Electrifying 0

    It's a bit more like that feeling you get when you place your tongue on a dead 9V battery... ...I can't be the only one who's done that... Just nevermind I said anything.  As much as we sometimes hate to admit it, there will always be something that one artistic medium will do better than another. A good book does a better job of making us create and imagine a world better than a movie does and music is a much more effective means of evoking emotion than words alone. Similarly, video games can p...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    When will a good video game adapted comic book come out? 0

      Cover The cover is kind of boring. And when there are boring covers I wish the art would be amazing but I did not really love it. It made Cole look old and kind of evil. Story A man named Cole has powers and is sad that his girlfriend died and he wants revenge on man named Kessler. There are also projects going on in the military for people to have multiple powers at the same time.   Best Part I liked seeing Cole sad for his girlfriend and him wanting vengeance. Worst Part When I first heard...

    4 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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