Return to the very beginnings of the Dark Souls story with a dramatic
retelling of the Legends of Gwyn – Lord of Cinder and Knight
Artorias. Tying directly into the very first Dark Souls videogame
and featuring all the main characters!
In a realm where hollowed champions rise and fall with the ages,
where brave knights quest for absolution and bonfires blaze against
the everdark, myth and legend will forever prevail… From the
desolate worlds of Namco-Bandai’s critically lauded videogame series
comes this unsettling collection of all-new Dark Souls tales, written
and drawn by some of the comic industry’s finest. Collects Dark
Souls: Legends of the Flame #1-2 and Dark Souls: Tales of Ember #1-2.
Discovering the ashes of Lord Gwyn at the Kiln of the First Flame,
Silver Knight Arkon – his armor charred black by the Flames of
Izalith – returns to his homelands with rage within his heart.
Meanwhile, the undead curse grows rampant within Anor Londo, claiming
Dragonknight Gravis among others, while Channeller Liste finally
falls foul of the machinations of the monstrous Seath the Scaleless.
“Jaw-droppingly gorgeous from start to finish.” – We The Nerdy
Praise the sun – fear the dark! Showcasing the phenomenal artwork
of Alan Quah, this exclusive artist’s edition offers a unique spin on
Titan Comics’ unmissable adventure based in the world of the
critically-acclaimed Dark Souls videogames. As her kingdom
collapses into chaos and death, battle-hardened warrior Fira embarks
on a perilous, last-ditch quest to save it. Allies are few,
campfires are burned to embers, countless hordes of demonic and
draconic foes stand in her way. Only with the aid of a duplicitous
Scryer can she rekindle the flame that will return light to her
world… if she doesn’t perish in the attempt! “I loved the artwork.
Alan Quah delights throughout.” – Warped Factor
Desperate to save the life of his brother Drew from the grisly
shocker of last issue, Magnus finds that he's failed his brother and
family. However, Magnus doesn't do failure—other people fail. Magnus
reevaluates and renegotiates, even if that means making a deal with
the devil . . . a deal that puts the world in danger. Magnus refuses
to take failure lying down.