Written by Brenden Fletcher (Wednesday Comics) with artwork by Cameron Stewart (Catwoman, Batman & Robin) and Karl Kerschl (Adventures of Superman), Assassin's Creed: Brahman takes place in nineteenth century India, which means that the series' staple of killing evil British people will proudly continue.
The story follows Arbaaz Mir, a new assassin who works to bring down a "lifelong foe" that totally jacked up his land and kinsmen. We're no psychics, but we've got a sneaking suspicion that some dudes are totally going to get stabbed by some wrist-knives before this thing wraps up.
SAN FRANCISCO - July 19, 2013 - Today, Ubisoft® announced "Assassin's Creed: Brahman," a new graphic novel set to launch this fall in North America that whisks fans away to 19th century India – a land of mysterious golden palaces and cursed treasure chambers held in the iron grip of British colonial rule.
Writer Brenden Fletcher (DC's award winning Wednesday Comics) joins Eisner and Shuster Award-winning artists Cameron Stewart (Batman & Robin, Seaguy and Catwoman) and Karl Kerschl (Superman and the Flash), the critically acclaimed creative team behind Assassin's Creed: The Fall and Assassin's Creed: The Chain, to create "Assassin's Creed: Brahman", the latest chapter in the ongoing saga based on the popular video game series.
"Assassin's Creed: Brahman" introduces a new Assassin – Arbaaz Mir – as he battles a lifelong foe who has subjugated Mir's land and people. The graphic novel will dive into the rich lore of the Assassin's Creed universe, unveiling new information and teasing future storylines.
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