Upcoming Assassin’s Creed Graphic Novel Takes a Journey to India, Introduces New Assassin


There’s another new chapter in Assassin’s Creed history coming out this fall, but it isn’t a video game.

Assassin’s Creed: Brahman is the next graphic novel adaptation of the hit open world action/adventure franchise. Penned by Brenden Fletcher of DC’s Wednesday Comics and inked by the art team of Cameron Stewart and Karl Kerschl, who also worked on the Assassin’s Creed: The Fall and Assassin’s Creed: The Chain comics, Brahman will take readers to 19th century India under British colonial rule, and introduce series fans to Arbaaz Mir, a new lead Assassin who must fight for his land against a “lifelong foe.”

Assassin’s Creed: Brahman promises to tease future storyline developments when it releases in North America this fall. Take a look through the gallery for a peek at some sample pages. The art design has sort of an Assassin’s Creed meets Prince of Persia vibe going on, which is pretty great if you ask me. Honestly, I would prefer this setting to AC4‘s pirate theme.

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