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Assassin's Creed: Trial By Fire Vol. 1 Kindle & comiXology
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“It’s a fantastic video game based title., it really captures a lot of spirit of Assassin’s Creed…captures your imagination from the get-go” - The Mary Sue
"an enjoyable origin tale" - Newsarama
“...good writers...clean, detailed art...this is a book you can pick up even if you’ve never heard of the game.” - Uproxx
“I thoroughly enjoyed this & recommend Assassin’s Creed fans & casual comic book readers pick this up." - 4 Nerds Like You
“an exciting tale which has promises of intrigue and mystery, served with a hefty dose of action.” - Playstation Universe
“It is refreshing to see this new character and story, and it is awesome that we are going to such dark times as the Witch Trials in Salem. If you are a fan of Assassin’s Creed, you will most likely enjoy this new story.” - Gamer Sphere
“…pretty damn good" - ComixBrew
“If you’re a fan of great story telling then you’ll love Assassin’s Creed, even if you’ve never touched the game before.” - The Pullbox
"Artist Neil Edwards killed it on the artwork” - Geekmundo
“exciting, suspenseful and sticks to the spirit of the franchise as a whole...attention-grabbing and a brilliant creation...It doesn’t get any better when historical fiction meets adventure and suspense.” - Watcha Reading
“...absolutely wonderful, definitely worth reading...one of the best franchised comics out there” - Backwards Compatible
"exciting action and gripping twists leaving me hooked to every page. “ - Snap Pow
“...writers Anthony Cole and Conor McCreery capture much of what makes the best Assassin’s Creed games so enticing while delivering convincing characters and a snappy pace” - The Gaurdian
"I was left on the edge of my seat...I guarantee you that not be disappointed.” - 4 Geeks Like You --This text refers to the paperback edition.
About the Author
Conor McCreery has written for comics, television and newspapers for the last two decades. He's the co-creator of Kill Shakespeare (IDW) as well as Holmes vs Houdini (Dynamite Comics) and his work has appeared in the New York Times best-selling comic anthology FUBAR. --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- Publication date : May 25, 2016
- File size : 136438 KB
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- Print length : 129 pages
- ASIN : B01CTEKD06
- Publisher : Titan (May 25, 2016)
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- Language: : English
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- Best Sellers Rank: #269,036 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Charlotte, or Char, is a pretty interesting character, has a good sense of right and wrong, evn though she latter realizes her attempt at a "Robin Hood moment was a huge mistake,she has a small gift that makes her useful to the Assassins and Templars. The rest of the main charactrers, maybe not so much. Their's Xavier, the leader of this particular cell who's a little too single minded and more than willing to pull the "I'm in charge" card, Galina a female assassin who's a bit of a hot head and hasthis habit of calling Char 'girl" and Kody resident tech guy who seems decent so far. Then there's Char's ancestor Tom Stoddard who can be way colder than Char expects.
The story itself is good. It explains things for those unfamiliar with the concepts, probably better than I can or tried too. The modern stuff is there and the Witch Trials is a cool back drop for the past segments. And since that's one of the things we'll probably never see in the games it's good they're using other media like the comics to explore thing. even if it's for a brief moment. Doing a little research I discover this is the only arc we see the Trials. And while there Del Col put in some interesting twists.
So if you're a fan of the game series or looking for something not super hero related I'd say check it out.