1471. Tomb Raider Chronicles - IMAGE ANNOUNCE UPCOMING ADVENTURES
Image Comics has announced upcoming paperback adventures starring Lara Croft penned to debut February 2004. Tomb Raider Issue 39, James Bonny, penciled by Wilson Tortosa, inked by Jon Sibal, coloured by Tyson Wengler features 32 pages of action and sees our intrepid heroine scout through rural England bent on solving another murderous spree.
Last Updated: Nov 20, 2003
1472. Tomb Raider Chronicles - THE CRADLE OF LIFE RELEASES ON DVD
Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life has released across North American on DVD and home video. The special edition DVD includes a commentary by director Jan De Bont, six deleted scenes and an alternate ending, five featurettes on the film's training, weapons and vehicles, visual effects, stunts and scoring and music videos by Korn and the Davey Brothers.
Last Updated: Nov 18, 2003
1473. Tomb Raider Chronicles - NOKIA MOBILISES NEW LARA SCREENSHOTS
The sexiest single white female in gaming has stormed the Nokia N-Gage game deck. Lara explores ancient ruins across the globe in her quest to find the Scion, a relic from the lost continent Atlantis. She soon learns she's not the only one after the Scion. This version of Tomb Raider includes at least three never-before published levels exclusive to the Nokia N-Gage game deck.
Last Updated: Nov 12, 2003
1474. Tomb Raider Chronicles - NEW TOMB RAIDER COMIC FROM DYNAMIC
Writer Kevin McCarthy, writer and editor of the upcoming Kavalier and Clay comics, brings you a brand new Tomb Raider tale along with artist Joyce Chin. This DF Exclusive comic will feature a 50/50 alternate cover split with one cover featuring fantastic artwork by Joyce Chin. This issue also comes with a 50/50 variant cover by one of comics most respected artists - Howard Chaykin. 24 pages of story and art.
Last Updated: Nov 4, 2003
1475. Tomb Raider Chronicles - EIDOS PLC TO RETAIN CORE DESIGN STUDIO
Eidos Plc has confirmed Core Design Ltd will continue to operate in its current capacity as a leading videogame developer contrary to an article we published Friday 31 September 2003 suggesting the impending downgrading of operations at the Derbyshire-based studio. A statement released by Eidos today concluded that Core Design is very much part of Eidos' long term plans and will be retained as a development studio. Our article published Friday 31 September 2003 was therefore in error, and we apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Last Updated: Nov 4, 2003