Darksiders II: Death's Door

Darksiders II Death s Door Delving into the days before the Apocalypse Darksiders II Death s Door is a pivotal contribution to the world of the anticipated new game Created in collaboration with Joe Madureira s Vigil Games th

  • Title: Darksiders II: Death's Door
  • Author: Roger Robinson Andrew Kreisberg Dave Marshall
  • ISBN: 9781616550264
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Delving into the days before the Apocalypse, Darksiders II Death s Door is a pivotal contribution to the world of the anticipated new game Created in collaboration with Joe Madureira s Vigil Games, this original story follows Death, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, on a mission to destroy a rogue demon Chasing the creature across magical realms and even throuDelving into the days before the Apocalypse, Darksiders II Death s Door is a pivotal contribution to the world of the anticipated new game Created in collaboration with Joe Madureira s Vigil Games, this original story follows Death, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, on a mission to destroy a rogue demon Chasing the creature across magical realms and even through time, Death takes on a heart pounding adventure that reveals some of the greatest mysteries of the games

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    1. Bullet Review:A recommendation from a friend, I wasn't sure what I was getting when I first started it, other than some pretty panels. But by the end, it was an extremely solid comic, with a great female character.

    2. I loved playing Darksiders II so much, and when I saw that Dark Horse Comics had it on Netgalley I was compelled to request it. Even though I knew that the resolution would suck (and it really did), I was too curious to let it go. I will try to get the comic in print because I really want to read the story. The text in the Netgalley preview was impossible to read, so this review will be for the pretty images only. So very nice graphics, the Horsemen look awesome, I’m extremely curious to see i [...]

    3. Got to admit I was a bit uncertain when I first heard about the Darksiders series - the first game has somewhat clunky controls when translating to PC, and there is a certain degree of grinding in the game which gets a little tedious. However, I have to admit I was won over by the mythos. The deals going on behind the scenes, the betrayals, the blurring of the lines between good and evil. My interest was piqued after the first game, but as far as storytelling went I felt like I'd only been intro [...]

    4. Without doubt the best Darksiders tie-in so far, and far better than the comic that launched with the first game. Like Darksiders: The Abomination Vault, it predictably builds Death's backstory, unlike that book though (and probably due to the closer involvement of Joe Madureira) the character is a closer match to his in-game persona - sardony more or less intact. Beyond that, the story here also throws light on the first time that Death becomes aware of Corruption.I'm a big fan of the Darksider [...]

    5. Pivotal? Really? Nothing in this collection is pivotal; finding out how Death gained his horse is not vital to understanding the Darksiders games. And neither are the other bits and pieces here; all they really do is display how bland the characters are outside of the game itself. The art and style is very 90's, but I don't think it was an intentional stylistic choice. There's nothing inherently bad here, it's all just really blase. Fans of the games might enjoy it, but they won't be missing any [...]

    6. Le graphisme est efficace et agréable à l'oeil mais il est malheureusement desservi par une narration parfois un peu brouillonne. C'est agréable d'en apprendre encore d'avantage sur l'univers et les Cavaliers, mais je suis dubitative quant à certains éléments de l'histoire (le "gardien" des chevaux, sorte de Clint Eastwood avec des katanas et des superpouvoirs mouai) Un comics à réserver aux gros fans (comme moi) de Darksiders.

    7. This is a very quick read, pretty much the equivalent of 2 or 3 comics. That being said, the story is a decent prologue for Darksiders II, unfortunately Darksiders II came out months ago and I already played it. The art is very nice to look at. A decent package if you can find it for a good price, but not amazing.

    8. It's a comic book and goes way to fast as usual. But as a fan of Darksiders series, I ate it up like a sirloin steak. The highlight of the story for me that made it worth the price was learning how the Horsemen got their amazing horses.

    9. Gorgeous spreads. Truly, ever single panel was a breathtaking work of art. Story was not too shabby either. My opinion was heading downhill with the direction I thought the ending would be. Writer turned it around though. Anxious to see what comes next.

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