The lights are on
Ubisoft is taking pre-orders on a comic book sequel to The Fall, which followed the exploits of Russian assassin Nikolai Orelov.
The comic, titled The Chain, comes from Eisner award winners Karl Kerschl and Cameron Stewart, who wrote the The Fall. According to the brief description in Ubisoft's online store, the comic, "sheds a new light on Assassin’s Creed III…" The ellipses really add an exciting level of mystery.
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Might try reading it, but I'm more excited for AC III.
Not a big fan on the art work. Will it be included in some kind of Special Edition for the game or will it be only available from the online store?
Haven't even read "The Fall" yet, but I've been meaning to get around to it.
Hmm, interesting art style. I guess I'll have to check this out.
Speaking of which does anybody know if they are still doing the Max Payne comics and when the second comic will come out?
Looks like the cover art to a children's Christmas book lol.
I'll def be picking it up.
I wonder how the law suit is coming? From the article I read it seems like that author had a pretty solid case. They might not want to offer preorders on something that could be shut down for copyright infringement.
Maybe this will help to get into the AC3 story....
The comic will be up on Wikipedia anyways
A Russian Assassin? He should really take his time.
People will read this but then get more excited about AC III