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Old 31-01-19, 19:06   #11
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I kinda liked it. But I was disappointed that it didn't really follow the game's story - just some plot points were the same - but I'm not even sure if the comic's creative team was in touch with the game's team in order to make a closer story.
It is possible that they werenít in touch with the gameís team to make a closer story. That would make sense. But again, I donít hate it, I just wish it turned out better.
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True, yet they have acknowledged some moments , some characters too.

I was thinking, if the comics are canon in their universe?

In the witchblade crossovers was stated, Sara is a friend of Lara.
Now, in the comics are happened in the same universe, then there's a little problem.
In those crossovers Lara dies. Like, DED. (Carvier pun intended) Also, in the last Top Cow comics is revealed, Lara not dead, in fact she's immortal.(eternal youth)
Even that, goes against Lara's beliefs, since she said herself, being immortal is boring...

Or in the comics there are separate universes?

(Gosh, I just love these comics!)
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True, yet they have acknowledged some moments , some characters too.

I was thinking, if the comics are canon in their universe?

In the witchblade crossovers was stated, Sara is a friend of Lara.
Now, in the comics are happened in the same universe, then there's a little problem.
In those crossovers Lara dies. Like, DED. (Carvier pun intended) Also, in the last Top Cow comics is revealed, Lara not dead, in fact she's immortal.(eternal youth)
Even that, goes against Lara's beliefs, since she said herself, being immortal is boring...

Or in the comics there are separate universes?

(Gosh, I just love these comics!)
It's true that Lara dies in one of the crossovers with Witchblade (Endgame I think it was called), but this crossover is followed by a 3 issue story arc in the TR series - Chains of the Colossi - Abyss - that deals with the aftermath of this, with Lara in the Egyptian underworld, and ends with her coming back from the dead. So there's no contradiction there.
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I remember those...but I don't know, how I didn't made the connection...oh well, then I said anything.
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It's true that Lara dies in one of the crossovers with Witchblade (Endgame I think it was called), but this crossover is followed by a 3 issue story arc in the TR series - Chains of the Colossi - Abyss - that deals with the aftermath of this, with Lara in the Egyptian underworld, and ends with her coming back from the dead. So there's no contradiction there.
I remember thinking this arc was really cool I love the idea of Lara being trapped in an egyptian underworld. Even the story was interesting.

The AOD arc was uninteresting for me.
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It is possible that they werenít in touch with the gameís team to make a closer story. That would make sense. But again, I donít hate it, I just wish it turned out better.
I remember reading in the Dutch version that Top Cow was allowed to make comics, but they had to keep the story mostly seperate from the games.
So maybe it was more of a rule by Core or Eidos??
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I remember reading in the Dutch version that Top Cow was allowed to make comics, but they had to keep the story mostly seperate from the games.
So maybe it was more of a rule by Core or Eidos??
Thatís possible. Perhaps they didnít want the comic creators crapping all over what they did.
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Thatís possible. Perhaps they didnít want the comic creators crapping all over what they did.
I would say it was probably more of a case of allowing them the creative freedom to do what they wanted.
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