IGN ran an article about the recently announced novel, and there were some questions in the comments section that we wanted to answer. “Tomb Raider: The Ten Thousand Immortals” is a traditional novel, as opposed to a graphic novel, and it will become canon within the franchise. It takes place immediately after the events of the Tomb Raider 2013 game, and before the events of the Dark Horse comic series. They each cover a different part of Lara’s time and development before “Rise of the Tomb Raider” begins.
You can see the complete IGN article here:
Yes, I know.
But if other people would ask to help make this blog more active, maybe it would go back to being daily. The other members of this blog don’t even post anything to help me out.
I don’t even get on my personal blog that much any more, and I see Tomb Raider posts even less than that.
If people want this blog to be more active, then people should ask to become a member, because I bet other people have a lot more Tomb Raider on my dash than me.
Can’t follow back, this is a secondary blog.
A Survivor is Born
Lara Croft is 21 years old, just out of University and on her first expedition seeking the lost civilization of Yamatai. Their research vessel, the Endurance, is wrecked by a vicious storm and Lara is tossed into the blackness of a raging sea. She washes ashore a mysterious island without resources and with little hope of rescue. Her crew is scattered and hunted by a hostile group of inhabitants and Lara must face her fears, push forward if she hopes to survive.
- Brian Horton, senior art director.