Assassin's Creed: The Chain

Assassin s Creed The Chain Eisner award winners Karl Kerschl and Cameron Stewart return to create the sequel of Assassin s Creed The Fall Assassin s Creed The Chain completes the Daniel Cross Nikolai Orelov narrative arc but i

  • Title: Assassin's Creed: The Chain
  • Author: Cameron Stewart Karl Kerschl Tyson Hesse
  • ISBN: 9782924006054
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Paperback
  • Eisner award winners Karl Kerschl and Cameron Stewart return to create the sequel of Assassin s Creed The Fall Assassin s Creed The Chain completes the Daniel Cross Nikolai Orelov narrative arc, but it also sheds a new light on Assassin s Creed III

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    1. A simple comic book giving insight towards Daniel Cross's life, I would only recommend this to the more hardcore of Assassins Creed followers. And as I am such, I believe this book is a nice tidbit of a treat to read; especially since there may be some that are a little bored with Desmond. There is nothing happy to this story so don't expect anything positive to happen in his life. The art is amazing, and does a great job at keeping my interest when time flashes back in the days of the Russian A [...]

    2. 'The Chain' supone la continuación de la historia construida en torno a Daniel Cross (en el presente) y Nikolai Orelov (en el pasado).En este caso, cobra especial protagonismo la figura de Orelov, que tras los hechos acontecidos en 'The Fall' mediante los cuales Nikolai viajó a EE.UU y cortó lazos con los Asesinos. Este volumen nos cuenta lo que ocurre durante esta parte de su vida, en compañía de su hijo. Además, seguimos también la evolución de Daniel Cross, que comienza a trabajar act [...]

    3. The metamorphoses that is an inception of anew perspective of the huge story of AssassinCreed.I found the comic very amusing, but also very immoral because the path of a persons life is reckoned by the fondness toward a believe, and his dedication towards that believe, but there was neither dedication not fondness but mere a happening that unfolded path of an other path.I feel that the lead character was himself doubtful about his path; perhaps that even he had also excepted that there is nothin [...]

    4. I did not like the first comic (The Fall), but this one was really great. I like best the parts with Nikolai and Inokenti but the parts were Daniel were great too. I want more in this series now.

    5. This comic gives an insight into the life of Daniel Cross. The story narrated is both from his past ancestry and his present life. Bonne lecture!

    6. The good:-Great meaning added, for example the meaning of the protagonist, the changing of the colors depending the protagonist mind state, etc.-Good art.-The father and son story was interesting.The bad:-The story was too simple.-Daniel Cross was not going anywhere in reality.-The rhythm had troubles, everything was rushed.

    7. Wow! This is much more eventful than its prequel!The story of Subject 4 and his ancestors progresses on a faster pace.I liked the background I was given, and I was left wanting more.I'm very intrigued to know more about Orelov and his son. WHAT HAPPENED TO THEM GODDAMMIT?!!!

    8. Vibrant and soothing artwork that I felt like got too cartoonish at times but it was nice as a whole, at least for me. I had some qualms with the writing but this is not a baaaaad book, just an okay book. I managed to read in one sit down so that's cool.

    9. This one was so much better than the first one!I'd love to see what happens next, but sadly there doesn't seem to be any continuation of this story line.

    10. One of those times when I wish I could give a book 3.5 stars. Slightly different in flavor from "The Fall", but almost as enjoyable.

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