This Week In Video Game Comics

Here's a rundown of the new video game-based comics going on sales in comics shops in the U.S. on Wednesday.

Via publisher Dark Horse Comics: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic #42...

Written by John Jackson Miller; Art by Ron Chan; Cover by Benjamin Carre — When an argument between ex-Padawan Zayne Carrick and the mysterious Jarael leaves her questioning her place in his life, the appearance of the Jedi Malak threatens to make up her mind for good. Yet Malak's not the only one with an interest in Jarael. Just how far the Mandalorian Rohlan is willing to go to stay by her side has never been revealed — until now! Major developments for Zayne and Jarael! Previously untold events in the story of Malak and Revan! For in-the-know Star Wars fans, this issue is a must have! A special one-shot story featuring Malak and Revan from the Knights of the Old Republic video games sets our main cast on a deadly new course!

Via publisher Wildstorm: Gears of War Sourcebook ...

Written by Joshua Ortega; Art by Federico Dallocchio, Liam Sharp, Andy Smith, Brandon Badeaux, Doug Mahnke and others; Cover by Stephen Platt— A great jumping-on point for new readers! We've gathered together some of the most enthusiastic fans of the mega-popular Gears of War franchise and developed a unique look at this complex and challenging world. Featuring a short story written by Gears 2 game writer (and monthly comic scribe) Joshua Ortega and art by rising superstar Federico Dallocchio. There are also loads of pinups by some of the hottest names in the industry, bringing gritty reality to this incredible property!

Via publisher Wildstorm: World of Warcraft #20...

Written by Walter Simonson and Louise Simonson; Art by Mike Bowden and Phil Moy; Cover by Walter Simonson — The Scourge makes their move and attacks from all fronts intent on taking no prisoners! No longer united, can Varian and Thrall survive the onslaught? And will Valeera once again succumb to her addiction to magical energy?

Via publisher Tokyopop: Warcraft Legends, Volume 4 ...

Written by Dan Jolley, Christie Golden, others; Art by various …Some of the world's best manga creators join together to bring the world of Warcraft to life as never before! Between these covers lie tales of adventure, treachery, humor and bravery. Told from both Alliance and Horde point of view, these stories have entertained the likes of travelers, soldiers and thieves in taverns, inns and camps all throughout Azeroth. They have endured the trials of time and have earned the title of legend. Whether this is your first journey into Azeroth, or merely the latest in a long line of visits, this collection will not soon be forgotten!


Comments

    I foolishly picked up a couple of video game comics from my local funny book retailer after reading the last posts. My god, they were... just awful.

    Issue 1 of Prototype and issue whatever of Gears of War were exceptionally bad, just bad writing, bad story telling, crap artwork. Ugh. Wildstorm should be taken out the back and shot by DC for these. The Warcraft comics had good artwork but pretty average storytelling, a shame considering the rich source material.

    The Dark Horse ones are a bit better, but then they've been pretty solid with there Star Wars Universe stuff for a long time. Plus weren't they doing Knights of the Old Republic comics before the games came out?

    KOTOR has nothing to do with the game.... noobs :p

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