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Dark Souls: Tales of Ember 1 Due April, Interior Art.


Dark Souls is up there in my ranks of all time video game experiences; alongside the Zelda series and Witcher 3 — playing Dark Souls for months after my son was born is an experience that defines well what gaming really means to me. Also, the fact that the game was brutal and unforgiving made the accomplishment of beating the game that much more enjoyable.

When I saw that they were making another Dark Souls comic, I was excited. I’m a sucker for tie-in media, and if the previous series was any indication, Tales of Ember too would excellent. The first series did a good job capturing the creepy tone of DS , and didn’t mess with the lore that so many hold sacred – but it gave us a character, and that upon reflection, just doesn’t work as well.

The first issue of Tales of Ember is not all that great but it does one thing well: everyone is expendable, and death comes quite often, so characters are not really needed. Let’s discuss.

First – this issue, 1 of 2, is a short story collection. Very quick hits of short DS tales – no time to build too much depth – just in and out and done.

This was my favorite piece in the series – art felt on point, and short on dialog means = exactly what the fans are expecting.

I think this is the high point of the issue. These short pieces are ominous, mysterious, and god damn ugly in their brutality – just like the game.

Summary: The Dark Souls short stories return, with eight new fresh takes on the staggeringly popular mythos! Based in the world of the global hit video game series ...

18.12.2017  · Dark Souls is up there in my ranks of all time video game experiences; alongside the Zelda series and Witcher 3 -- playing Dark Souls for months after my ...

14.03.2017  · Prepare to visit the Dark Souls Universe once again in the newly announced series Tales of Ember!

Read Dark Souls Tales of Ember (2017) 1 page 1, Dark Souls Tales of Ember (2017) 1 of Dark Souls Tales of Ember page 1

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12.05.2017  · Dark Souls: Tales of Ember #2 yet again delivers a great expansion into the Souls universe.

Titan Comics wanted to share the first lettered interiors from Titan Comics’ newest entry into the Dark Souls comic series – Tales of Ember – set in the world of the best-selling Bandai Namco video game.

The critically acclaimed Dark Souls short stories return on April 5, 2017, with eight new fresh rakes on the staggeringly popular mythos! Titan Comics’ Tales of Ember series follows the smash success of Dark Souls: Winter’s Spite and Dark Souls: Legends of the Flame .

George Mann (Doctor Who) and Alan Quah (Dark Souls: Winter’s Spite) return to the eldritch world of their three-time sell-out smash Dark Souls series alongside a host of creators; Tauriq Moosa (Dark Souls), Damien Worm (The October Faction), Michael Walsh (Hawkeye) and more!

DARK SOULS: TALES OF EMBER #1 (of 2)
Writers: George Mann, Tauriq Moosa and more
Artists: Alan Quah, Michael Walsh, Daniel Serra, Damien Worm
FC – 32pp – $3.99 – On sale: April 5, 2017

Cover A: Damien Worm – FEB171934
Cover B: Michael Walsh – FEB171935
Cover C: Fabio Listrani – FEB171936
Cover D: Daniel Serra – FEB171937
Cover E: Nick Percival – FEB171938

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Dark Souls is up there in my ranks of all time video game experiences; alongside the Zelda series and Witcher 3 — playing Dark Souls for months after my son was born is an experience that defines well what gaming really means to me. Also, the fact that the game was brutal and unforgiving made the accomplishment of beating the game that much more enjoyable.

When I saw that they were making another Dark Souls comic, I was excited. I’m a sucker for tie-in media, and if the previous series was any indication, Tales of Ember too would excellent. The first series did a good job capturing the creepy tone of DS , and didn’t mess with the lore that so many hold sacred – but it gave us a character, and that upon reflection, just doesn’t work as well.

The first issue of Tales of Ember is not all that great but it does one thing well: everyone is expendable, and death comes quite often, so characters are not really needed. Let’s discuss.

First – this issue, 1 of 2, is a short story collection. Very quick hits of short DS tales – no time to build too much depth – just in and out and done.

This was my favorite piece in the series – art felt on point, and short on dialog means = exactly what the fans are expecting.

I think this is the high point of the issue. These short pieces are ominous, mysterious, and god damn ugly in their brutality – just like the game.

Summary: The Dark Souls short stories return, with eight new fresh takes on the staggeringly popular mythos! Based in the world of the global hit video game series ...

18.12.2017  · Dark Souls is up there in my ranks of all time video game experiences; alongside the Zelda series and Witcher 3 -- playing Dark Souls for months after my ...

14.03.2017  · Prepare to visit the Dark Souls Universe once again in the newly announced series Tales of Ember!

Read Dark Souls Tales of Ember (2017) 1 page 1, Dark Souls Tales of Ember (2017) 1 of Dark Souls Tales of Ember page 1

I will be invading with my sl50 build optimized for invasions. It is a very active invasion level and should be a lot of fun! stop by and say hi. Any support...

12.05.2017  · Dark Souls: Tales of Ember #2 yet again delivers a great expansion into the Souls universe.

Dark Souls is up there in my ranks of all time video game experiences; alongside the Zelda series and Witcher 3 — playing Dark Souls for months after my son was born is an experience that defines well what gaming really means to me. Also, the fact that the game was brutal and unforgiving made the accomplishment of beating the game that much more enjoyable.

When I saw that they were making another Dark Souls comic, I was excited. I’m a sucker for tie-in media, and if the previous series was any indication, Tales of Ember too would excellent. The first series did a good job capturing the creepy tone of DS , and didn’t mess with the lore that so many hold sacred – but it gave us a character, and that upon reflection, just doesn’t work as well.

The first issue of Tales of Ember is not all that great but it does one thing well: everyone is expendable, and death comes quite often, so characters are not really needed. Let’s discuss.

First – this issue, 1 of 2, is a short story collection. Very quick hits of short DS tales – no time to build too much depth – just in and out and done.

This was my favorite piece in the series – art felt on point, and short on dialog means = exactly what the fans are expecting.

I think this is the high point of the issue. These short pieces are ominous, mysterious, and god damn ugly in their brutality – just like the game.


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