Dark Horse Is Making New Mass Effect And Dragon Age Comics

Content will start rolling out in early 2017.

In anticipation of the upcoming New York Comic-Con 2016 convention, publishing company Dark Horse has announced it is developing new projects which are set in BioWare’s Mass Effect and Dragon Age universes.

For Dragon Age fans, there will be a new comic series called Dragon Age: Errant Knight. The series is being written by Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir, and will feature artwork from Fernando Heinz Furukawa and Sachin Teng. The first issue of Knight Errant will go on sale starting on May 10, 2017, but before that Dark Horse will first release a Dragon Age adult coloring book on February 8, 2017.

Dark Horse announces Mass Effect: Discovery and Dragon Age: Errant Knight.
Dark Horse announces Mass Effect: Discovery and Dragon Age: Errant Knight.

As for Mass Effect, Dark Horse is prepping a new comic series called Mass Effect: Discovery. The story behind Discovery is being written by John Dombrow and Jeremy Barlow, and the artwork is being supplied by artist Gabriel Guzman. In addition to Discovery, Dark Horse is also publishing an adult coloring book, an art book, and a poster collection, all of which are for the upcoming title Mass Effect Andromeda. The coloring book will be released first on March 1, 2017, then the art book on March 21, then the first issue of Discovery sometime in spring, 2017, and lastly the poster collection sometime in fall, 2017.

Mass Effect Andromeda, the latest game in BioWare’s Mass Effect series, is currently set to launch sometime in early 2017, though a specific date hasn’t yet been nailed down. BioWare will likely announce Andromeda’s official release date during this year’s N7 Day (November 7) celebrations.

Source: IGN

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