Unseen, Unheard is kind of strange but with a few good points. The artwork is easily the best part. It’s only black and white, but that fits the situation and the fact that the narrator is blind. It also makes the comic seem darker, more appropriate. The pencil work is also well done and also appropriate to the situation. As far as the story is concerned it goes without saying that if you haven’t played the second Knights of the Old Republic game, this will make no sense at all. Even having played the game I have trouble seeing why the comic was necessary, since the characters don’t progress much and nothing new is revealed. You could just play the game and you will know everything. Additionally, the last line of dialogue doesn’t make much sense, as if it was stuck there to make the comic look philosophically deep, but not doing a great job. Overall, interesting but not that good.
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