Dark Horse has been announcing a ton of news at NYCC this year, one piece concerns two new Dragon Age projects on the way.
Source: Dark Horse Panel NYCC @ Bleeding Cool
October 13, 2012
Among the many Dark Horse announcements coming out of NYCC today, Dragon Age had two big ones.
First is the Dragon Age Encyclopedia: World of Thedas. It will contain hundres of pieces of art related to the gaming franchise and will have everything a player or reader needs to know about the regions, religions, monsters and magic of Dragon Age. The first volume will be out in April, but the series will span multiple installments.
The second is another original Dragon Age comic: Until We Sleep, penned by lead writer of the game series David Gaider. The story will be scripted by Alexander Freed and art is by Chad Hardin. The story will follow King Alistair who “allied with the world’s most feared warrior race—the Qunari—the pirate Isabela, and the rogue Varric, brings a battle royal to the evil mage responsible for his father’s disappearance!”
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