In the seventh issue of Mass Effect: Foundation, the focus is on Jack and her quest to find out who she is and to destroy all the facilities she can find. The issue is set before Mass Effect 2, perhaps anywhere from a few months to a few days.
Note: This recap may contain spoilers!
It starts off with Jack literally blasting her way into the main office, where she states that she was Subject Zero. After killing the administrator, she meets the Illusive Man, who she takes an instant dislike to. The Illusive Man sends Rasa and Kai Leng to the facility to either capture Jack or kill her. When they show up, the Blue Suns are already there, in case Rasa and Kai fail.
Meanwhile, Jack has blown up a lot of things. She then finds a student, who she feels sympathy for, because she was once like them. Jack finds more students and plans to break them out of the facility. Creating a diversion, Jack uses her extensive and powerful biotics against the Blue Sun members and Rasa and Kai. Nothing anyone does can work against her, except a sneak attack that Jack doesn’t see coming. The Blue Suns leave with Jack, presumably to take her to the space facility that Shepard finds her at in the events of Mass Effect 2.
I thought this issue was good. It showed Jack’s power, but also her soft spot for people who were used like her, which isn’t really seen until Mass Effect 3. The issue also delves into why the Illusive Man wants Jack. The Blue Suns want triple the price because of all the damages she’s caused them. The Illusive Man doesn’t want to pay that, but he needs Jack’s power. So, Jack’s file is given to Shepard and two birds are taken care of with one stone. It’s also a great lead into Jack’s story in the game.