Natalie takes a look at the latest from the Dragon Age comic series, tacking the three issues of “Those Who Speak.”
This week Bioware hosted a screening of Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker in San Francisco and other locations. I’ll admit, I had no idea this movie was going to be even shown in theaters, much less anywhere where near I live. So, I braved rush hour on the Bay Bridge and headed into the city to take a peek.
Dragon Age: The Silent Grove is the latest Bioware property brought to comic book form by Dark Horse Comics. Readers are introduced, or reintroduced, to characters who have made their mark in Thedas in Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2. Alistair, here the king of Fereldan, takes front and center, the plot revolving around his search for a missing, and presumed dead, individual of some importance to Fereldan.
The latest book from Dragon Age scribe David Gaider takes place directly after the catastophic events of Dragon Age:2 and clearly lets us know where Dragon Age franchise is heading...War. While Dragon Age II caused quite a ruckus, some of us really liked Hawke's intimate…
…. This young man, a professional game journalist, practically laughed when the notion of reading a book based on a video game was mentioned to him. Why do people, even gamer-people, think books based on games are less than equal? What gives?