Mirror's Edge: Exordium #1

Mirror s Edge Exordium Prequel to the upcoming video gameLeading up to the events of the highly anticipated new Mirror s Edge game comes an exhilarating comic prequel that delves into the story of Faith one of the most cel

  • Title: Mirror's Edge: Exordium #1
  • Author: Christofer Emgard Mattias Haggstrom Dan Jackson Robert Sammelin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 134
  • Format: None
  • Prequel to the upcoming video gameLeading up to the events of the highly anticipated new Mirror s Edge game comes an exhilarating comic prequel that delves into the story of Faith, one of the most celebrated heroines in video games Dare to enter the fast paced, high stakes world of life on the mirror s edge The new Mirror s Edge was nominated for the Most Wanted GoldePrequel to the upcoming video gameLeading up to the events of the highly anticipated new Mirror s Edge game comes an exhilarating comic prequel that delves into the story of Faith, one of the most celebrated heroines in video games Dare to enter the fast paced, high stakes world of life on the mirror s edge The new Mirror s Edge was nominated for the Most Wanted Golden Joystick Award Scripted by the writer of the new Mirror s Edge video game Features a unique, futuristic universe that has captivated a whole generation of gamers

    One thought on “Mirror's Edge: Exordium #1”

    1. Ohoho! This is a great video-game tie-in. The art and tone of the book fits with the game. There's a healthy amount of well-paced action and intrigue. I honestly didn't think I'd enjoy it as much as I did. Exordium has a very "cool" feel, and reading through it brings back tense memories of running from the police and trying to get information about Faith's family. And then there's the blonde runner who promises to be the perfect challenger to Faith's skill (and attitude?). I'm looking forward t [...]

    2. A new comic book as a lead-in to the upcoming video game reboot. The artwork is nice and fitting for the game world. The story hints at greater things to come and I'm happily on-board for the ride.

    3. It was too short. The art's amazing though. It was also refreshing to see other characters in the Mirror's Edge world.

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