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Dead Space Extraction Comic Hits Comic-Con

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Not one to be left behind, Electronics Art has announced that another one of their video games will be getting a comic book outing at this week's San Diego Comic-Con.


Image Comics and EA are teaming up to release a comic based on Dead Space Extraction.

The comic based on the Wii-exclusive, will team up illustrator Ben Templesmith and writer Antony Johnston following their partnership on last year's Dead Space comic.


The comic will hit shelves this September for $3, but a limited edition version of the comic featuring exclusive cover art will be available at the EA Comic-Con booth for $2. Better still, both Templesmith and Johnston will be on hand to sign the issues on Thursday from 3 to 4 p.m. and Friday through Sunday from 1 to 2 p.m.

The booth will also have other Dead Space merch including Isaac Clarke Unitology figurines, iPhone skins, and Dead Space art books.

"There is so much more to the Dead Space universe than we could ever fit into one game and we're excited to be working with Image Comics again to extend the story in Dead Space Extraction," said Steve Papoutsis, executive producer of Dead Space Extraction. "Ben and Antony did such a tremendous job with the original comic, we can't wait for fans to get their hands on this special issue."

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Tom Clancy's Samuraidino

*sigh* another one.

The first Dead Space comic was absolute torture on the eyes,the art was just awful.I doubt this is gonna be any better.