Tomb Raider Volume 3

Tomb Raider Volume 3

by Rhianna Pratchett


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Tomb Raider Volume 3 by Rhianna Pratchett

The writer of the Tomb Raider 2013 video game--Rhianna Pratchett--continues Lara Croft's story where the smash hit Tomb Raider game left off in this collection of the Tomb Raider comic's third arc, spanning issues #13-#18!

Lara must save the life of a friend she thought to be dead as a dangerous organization threatens to kill this person for good! But Lara will not be alone as Sam, Jonah, and Kaz join her on this rescue mission! Danger lurks behind every shadow--can they make it in time to save a life they thought was lost?!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781616558185
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Publication date: 11/24/2015
Series: Tomb Raider Series
Pages: 144
Product dimensions: 6.60(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Rhianna Pratchett is an English video game scriptwriter, narrative designer, and journalist. She is the daughter of fantasy writer Terry Pratchett. She has worked on titles such as Tomb Raider (2013), Heavenly Sword, Overlord, and Mirror's Edge. She is co-director of the Narrativia multimedia production company, currently working on three television projects based on her father's works: The Watch, Good Omens, and Wee Free Men, as well as several other projects. She has also spoken on BBC Radio 1, Radio 4, 5Live and multiple conferences around the world, including Develop, Animex, GDC and TEDx Rome The author lives in Islington, London.

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Tomb Raider Volume 3 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The first two volumes of this series were a big disappointment. I just wasn't buying into the new reimanginibg of Lara Croft. Seeing her sulk around in sweat pants and hoodies didn't say Lady Croft to me. Add in the absence of tombs and puzzles to solve and we were basically with a bad knockoff. But in this third volume things finally begin to click. There are still no tombs and the influence of the video game remains strong in this tie-in but at least the adventure is worthy of the Tomb Raider brand and Lara is finally starting to look like the action queen she is. I was ready to give up on this series but after this installment I'm to stick with it a little bit longer.