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Just pass on this comic and play the first game. You won't be missing anything besides a boring, uneventful retelling of the lead up to Ellie's backstory already explained in the game. And it doesn't help that the art style is awful and pushes unnecessary feminist crap in its pages, so just give it a hard pass if you're not into that stuff.
This book is dreadful. As a huge fan of "The Last of Us", I was fairly excited to learn more about the world in which it takes place. However, this book fails to either capture the spirit of the game, or to tell an interesting story in its own right.
It stands to reason that a good adaptation would either evoke the spirit of its source material in a new medium, or attempt to stay true to the source material while exploring how it may be interpreted as another genre. "American Dreams" fails to do either. In essence, the plot is about Ellie and her friend Riley meeting each other, and its purpose in the overall franchise is to provide backstory. However, very little backstory is actually given, and what is shown is underwhelming. Overall, the book won't enhance the reader's understanding of the game (unlike "BioShock: Ratpure", which does a marvelous job of supporting its game), and it lacks entertainment value on its own. It's BORING.
There's also the matter of the artwork. One would expect an adaptation to try and preserve some of the aesthetics of the original, which in the case of "The Last of Us", that would mean realistic drawings with bright color and lush detail. Instead, "American Dreams" (what does the title even mean?) has a sort of schoolchild-like style, and it comes across as very lazy. Yet, that is just to be expected, since the story seems lazily-written.
I really can't recommend this book, regardless of if you are a fan.