1. cameron-stewart:

News from San Diego Comic Con this past weekend - I am reteaming with Karl Kerschl  for the third in our series of graphic novels set in the Assassin’s Creed universe: BRAHMAN.  This time we are joined by Brenden Fletcher on scripting duty, who co-wrote Karl’s incredible Flash story in the Eisner-winning Wednesday Comics anthology from DC Comics.  This new Assassin’s Creed story introduces 19th Century Indian Assassin Arbaaz Mir and his descendent Jot Soora, an Abstergo programmer in modern-day Bangalore. This time around Karl is handling the historical sequences, and I am drawing the contemporary scenes.  
You can see a preview and pre-order the book (19.99 USD) at Ubiworkshop.
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  2. cameron-stewart:

    News from San Diego Comic Con this past weekend - I am reteaming with Karl Kerschl  for the third in our series of graphic novels set in the Assassin’s Creed universe: BRAHMAN.  This time we are joined by Brenden Fletcher on scripting duty, who co-wrote Karl’s incredible Flash story in the Eisner-winning Wednesday Comics anthology from DC Comics.  This new Assassin’s Creed story introduces 19th Century Indian Assassin Arbaaz Mir and his descendent Jot Soora, an Abstergo programmer in modern-day Bangalore. This time around Karl is handling the historical sequences, and I am drawing the contemporary scenes.  

    You can see a preview and pre-order the book (19.99 USD) at Ubiworkshop.