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The Last of Us: American Dreams reveals to us, the story of how Ellie met Riley. While not a necessary read in regards to the main campaign, but if you intend to play The Last of Us: Left Behind, I would suggest reading this graphic novel prior to playing Left Behind. Left Behind is essentially a direct sequel to American Dreams, so somethings maybe lost to the player if they don't read the graphic novel prior to playing Left Behind.
In regards to the story American Dreams tells, it is a nice brief insight to how Ellie came to Boston and when she met Riley and Marlene. As I have mentioned previously, American Dreams is not an essential read if you only intend on playing the main game, so in that light American Dreams is an average story on its own, with no real great depth, but tied with Left Behind the story is fantastic, especially for fans of the original game.
Faith Erin Hicks art, in my personal opinion, was the one thing that drew me out of the experience when initially of reading American Dreams. I found that her art style and interpretation of Ellie and the world of The Last of Us, was a bit too cartoon like. I think Fiona Staple's art style may have enhanced the initial experience. However with that said, you begin to warm to Faiths style, and it soon becomes a vital part of the overall experience.
Overall, American Dreams does not tell an amazing story, but it is a nice little companion to The Last of Us, especially Left Behind. If you have no interest in playing the DLC, then you're missing nothing by skipping this graphic novel. I would say this is a book only for those looking for a nice little addition to The Last of Us.
This comic, along with the games artbook, took far too long to find. I was lucky enough to find it on this site for a reasonable price. The book itself is beautiful. It came with some very light wear on the corners, but the book itself is very good quality and the print is excellent. The story of the comic is great, and I'm so glad to finally have all the extra pieces of my favourite game, now franchise, ever.
As a huge fan of the The Last of Us and a keen graphic novel reader I may have been expecting too much from this tie-in. The rave reviews from IGN and the comic book community seem misplaced in my opinion.
The story races along relying considerably on unspoken facial panels to display context. The dialogue is jarring, quick and laced with profanity which seems out of place. Action sequences are brief and lacking drama.
It's not bad as such, simply average but quite readable. The artwork is an to a diluted version of DMZ without the detail.
This is a great prequel to The Last Of Us, or more specifically the Left Behind DLC, which are some of my all-time favourite games. I really love the drawing style and it is all very beautiful to look at. The story is good too, it's nice to see how Ellie and Riley were before anything very bad happened to them. Only downside is that it's too short!
Based on the amazing game "The Last of Us", the comic is based on events before the actual game. Although it's a bit short it's still very good with cool art work. If you're a massive fan of The Last of Us it's definitely worth a buy to add to the collection.
I loved the Last of Us but I got this as a gift for my brother, as he enjoyed it even more. A great read, it adds a little more backstory about Ellie and the universe the game is set in. I had expected just a quant little side story but this keeps up with the game very well and matches it for action and depth. If you loved the game and it's characters I full recommend as an addition to your bookshelf.