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Comic Book / Mass Effect: Redemption

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Mass Effect: Redemption is a four-issue comic series published by Dark Horse Comics in 2010. It was written by Mass Effect trilogy lead writer Mac Walters, scripted by John Jackson Miller, and drawn by Omar Francia. It takes place after the prologue of Mass Effect 2 and covers Liara's quest to recover Shepard's body from the Shadow Broker.

Mass Effect: Redemption contains the following tropes:

  • Actually a Doombot: At one point, Liara finds and shoots what she thinks is the Shadow Broker only to discover that she actually shot a humanoid-shaped communications device/body double.
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  • Bittersweet Ending: Liara recovers Shepard's body, but Tazzik manages to capture Feron. Liara then gives the body to Cerberus, in the hopes that they can revive Shepard. Liara isn't entirely pleased with her choice.
  • Defector from Decadence: Feron turns out to have been one of the Shadow Broker's agents, but he decided to help Liara recover Shepard's body because the Shadow Broker intended to sell the corpse to the Collectors, whom Feron despises.
  • The Dragon: The salarian assassin Tazzik is the Shadow Broker's chief agent in this story.

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