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  • Three-issue limited series adaptation of the third-person shooter video game released in October 2005
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 607 (this seems extremely low but this is an international publisher so there may be different distribution numbers in the U.K.
  • [March 2021 - Variety reports Brad Peyton (Rampage) is attached to direct a movie based on the this franchise]
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  • Adapted from the video game of the same name
  • Death of Lois Lane, not in mainstream continuity
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  • Variant cover art by Tyler Garrison
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  • Second issue of a three-part series based off of a popular Japanese PC game
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  • 16-page preview of the 2006 Halo graphic novel
  • First published comic book adapted from the Halo video game franchise
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  • 8-page mini comic prelude to Mass Effect 2
  • Distributed with Mass Effect 2 Limited Collector's Edition
  • [February 2021 - Henry Cavill teases a Mass Effect project]
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  • 64-page one-shot
  • Anthology of stories featuring characters from the video game Diablo including: Hale, Druid Azgar, Barbarian Renit and Necromancer Cairo
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  • Five-issue limited series based on the Halo video game
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  • Free Comic Book Day 2013
  • Preview of R.I.P.D.
  • Preview of The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys Preview of Mass Effect
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  • 12-page one-shot comic book based on the online Steam video game
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  • Variant cover art by Marc Silvestri, limited to 500 copies
  • 2004 Wizard World Texas convention exclusive
  • Gold metallic speckled cover
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  • Premiere issue of a five-part limited series based on the video game
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  • Part one of a two-issue limited series given away with Xbox Nation magazine #5
  • Promotional comic based on the video game of the same name
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  • Four-issue limited series inspired by Silent Hill: Downpour (2012)
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  • Four-issue limited series based off of characters introduced in the 1994 Midway arcade game
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  • Variant cover art by Matthew Waite (1:25)
  • 8-bit video game edition
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  • Two-issue comic book series inspired by the multi-platform puzzle horror adventure game
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  • After her team is massacred while on a mission, an EMT finds herself with a new team in an even more dangerous situation
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  • 16-page, one-shot promotional giveaway with preorder of video game
  • Included poster insert
  • [October 2020 - in-development for a live-action Netflix series]
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  • 1st appearance of Chakan, the Forever Man, a character that would later inspired the 1992 Sega Genesis game
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  • Variant cover art by Nick Kremenek
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  • 12-page promotional comic written by Garth Ennis to introduce the characters of Loaded, a 1995 video game developed for PlayStation and later ported to Sega Saturn
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  • Cover art by Khary Randolph parodying Donkey Kong
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  • 48-page first issue of an ongoing series based on the 2012 indie video game
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  • Reprint of Ultimate X-Men #1 (2001)
  • Promotional edition distributed with the Activision X-Men Legends video game
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  • The second of three mini-comic books that were packaged with a 1983 action-adventure video game by Atari called 'Swordquest'
  • The comic book was essential to the game in that it explained the plot and offered clues to a puzzle that was to be solved during gameplay
  • Participants who solved the puzzle were eligible for various prizes
  • Atari had plans to conclude the series of games with a fourth release but only three made it to the market: Earthworld, Fireworld and Waterworld with the unreleased Airworld intended to be the fourth