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Halo: Escalation #2 Review

Posted on Tuesday, January 7 @ 12:30:44 Eastern by Keri_Honea
So how many rotten tomatos would you throw at me if I said that things escalate in Halo: Escalation #2? Yeah, I thought so. Can't take it back now, especially since it's true. But of course that's true, because otherwise this would be the most boring comic series in existence.

Now that the peaceful meeting between the Arbiter and the head of the Jiralhanae has been interrupted, the Spartans must do everything they can to get the two ambassadors to safety. Of course, they would like to get out alive as well. However, as they are trying to escape, it's become more and more apparent that this enemy knows way too much about the meeting, the location, and the team's movements. There's definitely a traitor amongst them, but the question is, which race betrayed who?

Oh, the reader finds out on the very last page. The writers aren't that cruel to leave you wondering for a whole other month.

Instead, you're left wondering why in the world this character is the traitor and what he/she has to gain. I really want to delve into my theories, but it would spoil way too much of the issue!

Fortunately, Halo: Escalation #2 releases in retail and digital download tomorrow, January 8th. Even if you thought #1 was a little ho-hum, issue #2 will probably change your mind.
A digital copy was provided by the publisher.
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