It’s uncertain whether we’ll see another Assassin’s Creed movie, at least on the same scale, but that wouldn’t stop TV from giving it the old college try. Franchise content head Aymar Azaizia recently appeared to suggest a TV take on the video game franchise was in the works, so get your wrist-blades ready.
Assassin's Creed as a franchise is built to not stay in the same place too long, and as a result over the course of many games the series has featured some of the most memorable protagonists in video game history.
Next month, Ian Edginton and Valeria Favoccia are teaming up to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the franchise in Assassin's Creed: Reflections, and Titan has provided us with the first lettered page from the anthology series, which stars fan-favorite characters from ten years' worth of games.
An ancient struggle is coming to a head in Assassin's Creed: Uprising #1, written by Dan Watters and Alex Paknadel with art by José Holder. This is the beginning of a new series, set in the present day and starring Charlotte de la Cruz, the assassin who was previously featured in Titan's recently-ended Assassin's Creed series. Check out a preview.
Assassin's Creed games often live and die on the strength of their stories and their lead character, and one of the big appeals of the series is getting to go back in time and live through this fictional historical assassin. In a new miniseries by Ian Edginton and Valeria Favoccia, Assassin's Creed: Reflections, four of the series' most beloved protagonists from the video game are returning for stories that expand on their established history, including greatest video game character of all time, Ezio Auditore da Firenze.
There's always been a seamless crossover between video games and comic books, and odds are if you're a fan of one, you're a fan of the other. Comics have been adapted into video games and vice-versa for almost as long as video games have been "a thing," and as both mediums have evolved, so too has the quality of those crossovers. With the holidays around the corner, we've put together a selection of some of the best video game related comics and art books for the gamer in your life.
While there's no new Assassin's Creed game this year to tide over fans, Titan Comics is doing everything it can to keep fans satisfied with its growing line of comics based around the video game series. Next year, Titan merges its current Assassin's Creed ongoings --- Assassins and Templars --- into one series starring characters from throughout the franchise's rich history.
We learned earlier this year that ‘Assassin’s Creed’ would take place in the present more than the past, and the latest trailer gives a better look at that ratio.
Assassin's Creed has been a breakout franchise for Titan Comics with a host of series on the go at any one time, and soon the publisher will add to those ranks with an English translation of Yano Takashi and Oiwa Kenji's adaptation of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag.
Ahead of its release next month, Titan Comics has provided ComicsAlliance with an exclusive first look at the first volume of the Western adaptation of Assassin's Creed: Awakening.
The focus of Assassin's Creed stories is always with the stabbing, always with the rooftops. So if that's your thing, you could do a lot worse than to check out what Ian Edginton and Caspar Wijngaard have to add to the story in Assassin's Creed: Last Descendants - Locus, set during the events of Assassin's Creed: Unity. Check out a preview!
Assassin's Creed has proved to be a very dependable franchise for Titan Comics, and as announced at San Diego Comic Con this past weekend, the publisher will be adding another title to its growing slate of comics based on the Ubisoft video game franchise. However, rather than an all-new original story, Assassin's Creed: Awakening is a translation of Yano Takashi and Oiwa Kenji's manga.