EVE: True Stories and EVE: Source details revealed, comic series out February 19th

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By on October 16, 2013 at 5:52 pm

The first time we heard about CCP’s plans for an EVE Online comic series was way back in April. Published by Dark Horse, the comic series now has a release date for its first issue – February 19th next year.

The four part series will cover the various diplomacy, sabotage and betrayals committed by actual EVE Online players during what is known as the Great War, which ended with the dismantling of the Band of Brothers clan. Written by Daniel Way, the comics will feature art by Alejandro Aragon, Tomm Coker, Federico Dallocchio, Dave Ross and Mark McKenna. Once all four issues have been released a hardcover anthology will be released on June 4th.

If you’re looking for something a little more informative, Dark Horse also recently announced the release date for EVE: Source – a sourcebook and visual guide for EVE Online‘s universe developed in collaboration with EVE Online and DUST 514‘s creative teams. The 184-page full colour hardcover book will be available on March 14th, and will feature never before released information on the universe of EVE.

Source: Rock, Paper, Shotgun

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