JavaScript is required to use Bungie.net

Sketch

Sketch

5/18/2006 12:34:29 AM
[b]Halo Graphic Novel: The Interview[/b] As you know by now, Bungie has been working for a while on a little thing we like to call the "Halo Graphic Novel." This hardcover book consists of four original stories set in the Halo universe along with a collection of awesome gallery pages, all contributed by some of the most talented artists and comic book writers in the world. We recently partnered with the fine folks at Marvel Comics to help us get the book published and into the hands of our fans. The graphic novel is expected to be in stores on July 12th with a suggested retail price of $24.99. Last week a great two page preview of the Halo Graphic Novel was featured in the Wednesday edition of USA Today. If you missed the print version, the gist of the story (minus the great artwork) can be found on the [url=http://www.usatoday.com/tech/gaming/2006-05-10-halo-grap hic-novel_x.htm]USA Today Website[/url]. Mike Snider, the reporter who wrote the piece, worked with Bungie and through our partner, Maria, to get a few questions answered by the team behind one of the stories in the upcoming book. Simon Bisley (artist) and Lee Hammock (writer) are responsible for "[i]The Last Voyage of the Infinite Succor[/i]", the largest of the four stories that make up the Halo Graphic Novel. This is a 44 page tale of the Elite Spec Ops Commander, Rtas Vadumee, who has been exiled by the Covenant for failing to kill Master Chief during the events of Halo 1. Unfortunately, due to page constraints, only a portion of their responses were able to be included in the final piece. Lucky for us all, Mike at USA Today was kind enough to share the interviews in their entirety, which we're now sharing with you! [Edited on 5/17/2006]

Edit Preview Cancel

preload icon
preload icon
preload icon
You are not allowed to view this content.