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Part one of Max Payne 3 comic out now, read it for free


2:00 AM on 05.05.2012
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As was previously promised just a few weeks ago, Rockstar and Marvel have released the first part of the Max Payne 3 comic. Written by Dan Houser and Sam Lake, "After The Fall" explains a bit of Max's childhood and some events that happened during the first two games. It's also beautifully drawn with a really nice use of color. The best part is it's absolutely free to read or download right now!

Rockstar knows that some of you may want a physical printed copy. That's why starting now until early July, you can enter in a weekly drawing to win a physical copy of "After The Fall". I haven't had a chance to read the issue myself yet, but when I was skimming through it I was pretty impressed with what I saw. There's quite a bit going on in those fourteen pages.

If you've had the opportunity to read it, what do you think?






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