[Epub] Dark Souls By Ryan OSullivan – serv3.3pub.co.uk

[Epub] Dark Souls By Ryan OSullivan – serv3.3pub.co.uk [BOOKS] ✪ Dark Souls Author Ryan OSullivan – Serv3.3pub.co.uk Titan Comics returns to the very beginnings of the Dark Souls story with a dramatic retelling of the legends of Gwyn Lord of Cinder and Knight ArtotiasIn a world where ancient Lords wield god like pow Titan Comics returns to the very beginnings of the Dark Souls story with a dramatic retelling of the legends of Gwyn Lord of Cinder and Knight ArtotiasIn a world where ancient Lords wield god like powers and Everlasting Dragons soar the skies what place is there for mortal men Join Silver Knight Arkon a powerful warrior in Lord Gwyn's army on a uest for redemption and survival as we journey to age before the undead curse blighted the land of Lordran.


6 thoughts on “Dark Souls

  1. Matthew Matthew says:

    uick read for sure I only recommend this book to fans of the Souls games Otherwise a reader would be pretty lostThe art is nice but some of the action is difficult to follow The story is short but interesting for fans at leastI may or may not read further Dark Souls graphic novels I honestly have other stories I would like to read


  2. David Lara David Lara says:

    I'll admit that I was slightly thrown off by the cover Four Knights of Gwyn so my presumption was that the graphic novel would follow their backstories a bit To my surprise minor spoilers incoming the book covers new characters attached to lore of series take for instance Arkon Silver Knights and Dragon Knight Gravis Dragon Knights While I found Arkon as a worthy protagonist I wish Gravis had development as it was their introduction to the series and would make for a great in game NPC Gravis reminded me a lot of Lucatiel of Mirrah as they resolve stems from not going hollow due to the curse I also wish there were to how Artorias fit in this story He was in a few scenes and they were not nearly as impactful as they could have been In other words his inclusion felt abrupt at times I did enjoy the art though some action scenes were a tad difficult to follow because of the inherent darker atmosphere which translated to lots of black with muted colors Overall I enjoyed the graphic novel despite my gripes I would recommend this to a Dark Souls fan who enjoys exploring the lore and universe outside the games However I would not consider this a good starting point or means to delve into a lot of backstory There is some but I find that this graphic reinforces the understanding of Dark Souls opposed to expanding too much on the series


  3. Alex Alex says:

    Muddy art low uality and repetitive compositions and a muted and dull color palate combine to make this a slog to read Nearly every page is continuous small wide panels that show little action or dynamic movement When the action does happen it feels sapped of energy due to the low uality of the artIt actually becomes hard to follow the story due to the muddy repetitive compositions In addition the characters are lifeless and hard to track due to the dark colors and ugly art style I love Dark Souls but this does not do the games justice at all


  4. Brit McGinnis Brit McGinnis says:

    A lovely addition to the universe Go slow so you don't miss details


  5. Mark Smith Mark Smith says:

    Enjoyed this 4 part comic Good lore easy to follow and keeping you wanting Liked this one 55


  6. Catherine Labadie Catherine Labadie says:

    Pair this with the DSIII soundtrack and it's a good read🔥


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