Uncharted by Joshua Williamson - O -Requirements
: CBR reader, 12-70 MbOverview
: The critically acclaimed and best-selling PlayStation 3 video game jumps onto the comic page, featuring an all-new action-packed story written by Joshua Williamson (SUPERMAN/BATMAN) with fantastic covers by the legendary Tony Harris. It's just in time for the highly anticipated Uncharted #3: Drake's Deception coming in November! A quest for the legendary "Amber Room" launches Nathan Drake on a journey to the center of the earth. As enemies from Sir Francis Drake's past come for revenge on his descendant, Drake must use all the skills at his disposal to stay one step ahead of the game! Sample pageReview More comics from this writer
If you’re a fan of the hugely popular UNCHARTED video game series then we’ve got just the thing for you – issue #1 of the new UNCHARTED comic book series is available starting today. The six-issue series is written by Joshua Williamson with pencils by Sergio Sandoval and covers by Tony Harris. It takes place before both UNCHARTED 3: Drake’s Deception and UNCHARTED 2: Among Thieves games and finds Nathan Drake discovering that the legendary Amber Room was hidden by another great explorer, Sir Richard Byrd, where legend has it that many, many years ago, Byrd hid the Amber Room in the fabled Agartha (a legendary city that is said to reside in the earth’s core, often referred to as “The Hollow Earth”). Drake competes with a new adversary to find clues that will lead them on a journey to the center of the Earth.
Hank Kanalz, senior vice president of digital at DC Entertainment stated, “We’ve created a hi-octane, adventure comic that adds to the official canon of the UNCHARTED franchise. The book is entertaining for both fans of the game, and new fans who read the comic and then want to play the game.”Download Instructions
- http://ul.to/8wy5300c/Uncharted 03.cbz
- http://ul.to/0j1l98fc/Uncharted 04.cbz
'You can't judge a book by the cover'
- Uncharted_01_(2012)_(DC).cbr - 12.3 MB
- Uncharted_02_(2012)_(DC).cbr - 11.9 MB
(Bo Diddley in '62)
meaning, if you're a comics lover
better first read the review