Written by ThanosCopter
on Saturday, July 20 2013 and posted in News with Benefits
The series, which will be released in February, will bridge the gap between the video game and the sequel.
Source: Kotaku via Newsarama
Dark Horse announced that Gail Simone will be the writer for the upcoming Tomb Raider comic, which will be released in February 2014. In an interview with Kotaku, Simone said the series will pick up shortly after the events of the recent video game and will bridge the gap between that game and the upcoming sequel (which hasnt been formally announced by Square Enix, but has been hinted at by developers.
Here's a quote from Simone on what she sees as the defining characteristic of Lara Croft.
“The way I see Lara now is, she’s not after treasure. She’s not really after thrills. She’s a questioner, she’s an explorer. She wants answers. The thing is, she’s completely unstoppable. That’s what I love. Everyone underestimates her, and that is a terrible mistake to make. “
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