If you enjoyed what True Colors originally delivered, you’ll certainly enjoy more of being in this world with Wavelengths, and that’s not only because you’ll get the chance to give Steph a little more time. She may not have been everyone’s favorite character initially, but Wavelengths and the five hours or so of gameplay it brings, certainly changes that.
I’ve been pretty much bowled over by Life is Strange: True Colors - the story, characters, and themes have really managed to strike a chord. Others might find the tone and writing not to their taste and that's fine, but I don't think anyone can deny that the team behind it have progressed their art form and game-making skills in a positive direction with this latest addition to the franchise. Long may it continue.
The Life Is Strange franchise continues to flourish, in both the gaming medium and that of the comic book world. As such, the ongoing series from Titan Comics has already reached its third major story arc involving the protagonists of the original game, Max Caulfield and Chloe Price. The latest narrative arc, titled “Strings”, spans a total of four issues of the Life Is Strange comics and they’re all now available for perusal. So let’s find out whether Life Is Strange Issues #9-12 are as gripping and dramatic as those that have come before it.
With two major story arcs under their belt already, the team behind Titan Comics' Life is Strange series - Emma Vieceli, Claudia Leonardi and Andrea Izzo – are back to deliver more. The main protagonists, Max and Chloe, have been through so much on this long and arduous journey through life and alternate timelines, but now we’re about to see which direction Life is Strange Issue #9 is going to take; kicking off the third narrative arc.
With Episode 3 in the Life is Strange 2 saga ending on such an exciting cliffhanger it was always going to be interesting to see what happens to the Diaz brothers in this next, and penultimate episode; would the story continue on such an interesting trajectory or dip again into the lows of previous episodes?
When I first heard about Titan Comics publishing a mini-series to provide a continuation of the narrative for Life is Strange, I could’ve never imagined it’d become an ongoing series and be able to hook in readers for the long haul. But now, as we reach the final part of the second major story arc in Life is Strange Issue #8, Max and Chloe’s journey looks seemingly endless. It’s time to find out how events will unfold in order to both create a fitting conclusion and leave the door ajar for the next chapter.
The second story arc for the Life is Strange comic series from Titan Comics has almost reached its climax, with the penultimate issue now in hand to deliver more dramatic goings on for Max and Chloe. It’s been a bit of a slow-burner so far, but the ‘Waves’ narrative really needs to turn things up a notch for Life is Strange Issue #7 in order to ensure the reader checks out the final instalment. Has it succeeded in doing so though?
Titan Comics are back once again with another instalment of their always dramatic, and often mysterious, comic series based on the Life is Strange universe. Life is Strange Issue #6 is a continuation of the ‘Waves’ story arc, which features the main protagonist Max Caulfield alongside best friend Chloe as she deals with all manner of predicaments caused by her prior time-bending actions. So what has the latest issue got in store for us this time and, more importantly, is it worth a read?
The Life is Strange comic series from Titan Comics, which is based on the episodic video game of the same name, was originally meant to be a mini-series consisting of only four issues. Needless to say, it clearly did well enough to earn the opportunity to continue the narrative further, with a fresh story arc titled ‘Waves’ arriving that focuses on the time-bending Max Caulfield and her best pal, Chloe Price, once more. So, without any more delay, let’s delve into Life is Strange Issue #5 and find out if it’s going to be making some waves on the comic book scene.