Dark Horse publicará comic de The Witcher

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La historia del comic que publicará Dark Horse en conjunto con la desarrolladora CD Projekt RED, correrá a cargo del ganador del premio Eisneir Paul Tobin, con el arte realizado por Joe Querio y las portadas por Dave  Johnson.

Los detalles de la historia involucran una especie de mansión embrujada, ” Viajando cerca de la orilla del Black Forest, en la tierra de Angre, el cazador de monstruos Geralt conoce a un viudo quien su fallecida y sanguinaria esposa recide en una misteriosa mansión conocida como la Casa de Vidrio”.

El primer número del comic estará disponible el 19 de marzo de 2014.




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From Paul Tobin, the Eisner Award winning writer of Bandette, with art by Joe Querio (Lobster Johnson, B.P.R.D.) and covers by Dave Johnson (100 Bullets), comes a riveting comic based on The Witcher, a series of dark fantasy RPGs with a character-driven, non-linear story set in a gritty and living world.

Inspired by a series of extremely popular novels translated into 19 languages, the comic series introduces a new adventure featuring Geralt of Rivia – a witcher, one of the few remaining monster hunters known from the hit video game franchise.

We’re very happy to be working with Dark Horse Comics, which is one of the biggest and most interesting comic book publishing houses in the world. What makes it even more exciting is the fact that, for many of us, the Dark Horse logo has near legendary status, standing for classic characters such as Hellboy or Usagi Yojimbo. We’re very happy to be once again expanding The Witcher universe, said Adam Badowski, Head of Studio, CD Projekt RED.

Travelling near the edge of the Black Forest, in the land of the Angren, monster hunter Geralt meets a widowed man whose dead and murderous wife resides in an eerie mansion known as the House of Glass. With its endless rooms and horror around every corner, Geralt will have to use all his witcher prowess to solve the manor’s mystery and survive.

We’re very excited to work with CD Projekt RED on The Witcher. With the rich world they have created, and an enthralling central character like Geralt, we feel The Witcher is ripe to tell a compelling story through comics, said Nick McWhorter, Director of Custom Programs, Dark Horse Comics.

With two games already available, fans can get to know Geralt even before the release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in 2014 on PC, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One®, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft. The Witcher games were collectively granted over 270 awards and sold more than 5 million copies worldwide.