Dead Space: Salvage

Dead Space: Salvage

Antony Johnston Christopher Shy / Feb 27, 2020

Dead Space Salvage The USG Ishimura the most famous of the Planetcracker class starships is flung from orbit around Aegis VII after the disastrous events of Dead Space It is lost somewhere in deep space and both the

  • Title: Dead Space: Salvage
  • Author: Antony Johnston Christopher Shy
  • ISBN: 9781600108150
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Paperback
  • The USG Ishimura, the most famous of the Planetcracker class starships, is flung from orbit around Aegis VII after the disastrous events of Dead Space It is lost somewhere in deep space, and both the Government and a powerful religious sect called Unitology believe it may still hold the Red Marker, an alien artifact that promises great power for either side, and both wiThe USG Ishimura, the most famous of the Planetcracker class starships, is flung from orbit around Aegis VII after the disastrous events of Dead Space It is lost somewhere in deep space, and both the Government and a powerful religious sect called Unitology believe it may still hold the Red Marker, an alien artifact that promises great power for either side, and both will stop at nothing to reach it first

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      • Antony Johnston Christopher Shy

        Antony Johnston is a New York Times bestselling graphic novelist, author, and games writer with than fifty published titles The Charlize Theron movie ATOMIC BLONDE is based on his graphic novel THE COLDEST CITY His epic series WASTELAND is one of only a handful of such longform achievements in comics His first video game, DEAD SPACE, redefined a genre.Antony s other books and graphic novels include THE EXPHORIA CODE, THE FUSE, DAREDEVIL, JULIUS, the ALEX RIDER graphic novels, DEAD SPACE transmedia comics, and the adaptation of Alan Moore s lost screenplay FASHION BEAST.He lives and works in England.Sign up for Antony s newsletter at tinyletter 7RQ


    505 Comments

    1. First off, absolutely beautiful artwork and style. The plot reminded me of Prometheus a bit; keep in mind I have literally no knowledge of the game series or any prior related media. It kept my attention in the way it was written and once the action started, I adored it. But that being said. I was evidently a little lost when it came to characterization/ concept as all of the references would be lost on me. Because of the art style and my lack of knowledge, most of the characters just blended to [...]


    2. DEAD SPACE: SALVAGE: Not Quite D.O.A.Not too long back, I posted my review on the original DEAD SPACE graphic novel here at and elsewhere on the web. I mentioned then that I had absolutely no familiarity with the DEAD SPACE franchise, but I read that book – after doing a little online reading about the video game that launched its property into the pop culture – and I was utterly delighted with it. From start to finish, that graphic novel felt almost like a fully-fleshed out novel, complete [...]


    3. The real shame of Dead Space: Salvage is that it really had no right to be this bad. Between a brilliant premise, a completely unexplored aspect of the universe and very talented creative team, this should have been an instant hit. Antony Johnston has enough experience with horror and awards to his name to prove he could create something great from this, and Christopher Shy’s unique surrealist artwork should have been at its best here. Instead we’re left with a mess which fails to utilise ev [...]



    4. Dead Space: Salvage is a rather quick read. The story takes place in the Dead Space video game universe, and is set between the events of the original Dead Space game and Dead Space 2. I suppose knowledge of the first Dead Space game is not essential to this story, but it does add some clarity to the story.The story itself was decent enough, but I'm not a big fan of Christopher Shy's art style, and it dragged it down somewhat. Visually it's not a bad choice for a Dead Space graphic novel, as it' [...]


    5. I really liked the first Dead Space graphic novel, but this one just didn't engage me. Maybe it's because I never finished the game and this takes place after the events of the game, but as it is, I found the overall story boring and it didn't add anything to the Dead Space universe other than being a bridge between games one and two.The only upside was the art. It was stellar, like the first volume. It's just too bad the story held no interest for me.


    6. this book is a side story to the Deadspace universe. it tells the story on how the USG Ishimura is found. The story takes place between the events of Deadspace and Deadspace 2. it explains why the Ishimura was on Titan Station. But dose not tell you how Isaac Clarke is found. grate art work and intense parts. all and all its a well rounded story line. but jumps around a little. if you are not careful you can get lost.


    7. This series was originally released as a prequel to Dead Space 2. It helps to bridge the gap between the first and second game. The art is quite good, and at times really fantastic. The story is interesting, but not really anything to write home about. It doesn't really add too much the game. That being said, as a standalone story in the Dead Space universe it gets the job done.


    8. Disappointing. The art was nice but I thought the story was pretty lame. There were also a few errors in the writing and places where the text went into the binding or was close to being cut off. Could've been much better. I would've rather it had been longer w/ a more complex story. Maybe graphic novels aren't for me.


    9. Not a bad read, really. I loved the art style and the eerie atmosphere it creates, though as it's a bridge between the first and second Dead Space games it doesn't really get a chance to be much more than that.



    10. The art style is great, now only if it had the story to match. I could realy only recomend this to a Dead Space fan.





    11. It's an OK book i guess. I liked the fact that it took place in the ishimura,but other from that i kind of didn't like it so well.


    12. could have easily been better, but it was acceptable for what I paid for it. Not a huge fan of the art; at times it was neet but mostly it was just haphazard and confusing.


    13. being alone in space with a device that made all people into monsters and try to survive with all the tools necessary to not end up dead or in some cases crazy


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