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Ubisoft taps Dark Horse for new Skull and Bones comic

Ubisoft’s upcoming pirate tale won’t be limited to just video games, as Dark Horse Comics will debut Skull and Bones: Savage Storm this November.

Avast ye comics reader

Ages in development, Ubisoft’s open-seas, pirate adventure Skull and Bones was re-announced this past summer. With a release set for this fall, the game offers players the chance to create their own sea-dog, and set sail for some old fashioned pillaging and plundering.

Cover art from Plus Bak

But the thieving isn’t going to stop there, as the property will be making it to the printed page as well. The accompanying comic series will come out of Dark Horse Comics, with John Jackson Miller and James Mishler onboard to craft its tale. They’ll be joined by artist Christian Rosada, and colorist Roshan Kurichiyanil, who’ll be bringing that story to visual life.

A merchant vessel on the high seas is besieged by a vicious crew of pirates, but the fighting is interrupted by a devastating typhoon. When the storm crashes in, it leaves predator and prey stranded on an island somewhere in the Indian Ocean. Discover the mysteries and danger that will betide them all. A gritty story set in the merciless world of Ubisoft’s upcoming pirate game.

Dark Horse Comics press release

Look for Skull and Bones: Savage Storm #1 on the racks this November the 21st. That’s just a few weeks after you’ll be able to dive headfirst into Ubi’s gritty pirate title, which arrives on consoles and PC on November 8th.

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