Upcoming Tomb Raider comic to 'lead directly' into sequel - destructoid
DTOID TOILET BETA HYPER EDITION

Click the top right box to go deep into consoles. This menu will merge eventually.

Please post your feedback!
Hot

Reviews

Features

Videos

C-Blogs

Forums

Upcoming Tomb Raider comic to 'lead directly' into sequel

12:00 PM on 07.23.2013

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

The story continues next year

Having only recently finished up my first and only Lara Croft adventure outside of Guardian of Light, it was heartbreaking to remember that at 3.4 million copies sold as of March, Tomb Raider didn't live up to publisher Square Enix's expectations. There's hope yet, it seems. Dark Horse has a new Lara Croft comic coming out on February 26, 2014, and speaking with Kotaku, writer Gail Simone suggests that the series will tie into a sequel.

Picking up "just a few weeks after the end of the game," Simone says the comic "will be Tomb Raider canon, and lead DIRECTLY into the sequel. This is what got me excited; we get to be part of Lara Croft history." Now that we've made it through her origin story, I'm eager to see where developer Crystal Dynamics might go next.

And for those of you potentially interested in the comic, know that according to Simone, "The biggest difference is, the game told a claustrophobic story in an isolated setting. We are going globetrotting."

A New Tomb Raider Comic Shows What's Next for Lara Croft After Hit Game [Kotaku]


Get comment replies by email.     settings



Unsavory comments? Please report harassment, spam, and hate speech to our comment moderators

Can't see comments? Anti-virus apps like Avast or some browser extensions can cause this. Easy fix: Add   [*].disqus.com   to your security software's whitelist.

Jordan Devore
Managing Editor
 follow
 DtoidJordan
Ads on destructoid may be purchased from:



Please contact Crave Online, thanks!

MORE FROM destructoid

1

Review: High Strangeness

by Chris Carter


2

Review: Kerbal Space Program

by Jordan Devore


3

Review: Tropico 5

by Robert Summa


4

Review: Pleasant Dreams

by Darren Nakamura


5

Review: Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

by Chris Carter


6

Review: Cosmophony

by Darren Nakamura


7

Review: Light Bound

by Chris Carter


8

Review: Chroma Squad

by Josh Tolentino


9

Review: Crypt of the NecroDancer

by Patrick Hancock


10

Review: The Weaponographist

by Chris Carter





Back to Top