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The Horror Geek presents: EA makes first issue of Dead Space comic available for free

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Dead Space comic book

Electronic Arts just keeps on trucking in its blitzkrieg-like attempt to make Dead Space into a multi-media franchise. First there was the game, then the animated film Dead Space: Downfall, then talks about a live-action feature length film, and now a comic book. I’m guessing Dead Space lunch boxes are right around the corner…

Anyway, if you’re at all curious as to what the first issue of the six part series looks like, head over to Newsarama.

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The comic was one of (if not

The comic was one of (if not the) first tie-ins launched and the complete series has been available for some time. It was also turned into a...moving comic, I guess one could say, which can be downloaded freely on Xbox Live (where swearing is censored) or uncensored various places on the web. Also long ago.

It's not bad. Better than the animated film, certainly.

The flat and completely

The flat and completely generic story in the game certainly did make me run to the store to buy the movie, let alone a comic book.

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