2176. Tomb Raider Chronicles - TOP COW RELEASE LARA PRINT
Top Cow Productions, in association with graphic artist Joe Jusko, present the first poster size image of Lara Croft which is now available from their online shop. Top Cow has been producing the Tomb Raider comics, based on the Eidos Interactive video game starring Lara Croft, for the past two years with issue ten hitting the shelves this month.
Last Updated: Jan 5, 2001
2177. Tomb Raider Chronicles - LARA AND THE NEW ECONOMY
The new economy, according to Peter Shankman, President and founder of The Geek Factory, is formed through the persistence and sacrifice from a new order of computer geek, and topping the Most Worshipped Female Character by a geek is cyber babe Lara Croft. Silicon Alley based Geek Factory confirms that the digital age favours geeks, people whose knowledge is vast on their chosen subject of excellence, and says that no matter what impact on their personal lives 16 hours a day in front of a PC might have, Geeks provide the information tap that educates the growing connected masses.
Last Updated: Jan 3, 2001
2178. Tomb Raider Chronicles - FRENCH STEAL MARCH ON LARA CROFT
With realism and features unmatched in today's virtual heroines, Attitude Studio of Paris has created a new icon, which looks set to envelope the likes of Anonova and Tomb Raider star Lara Croft. Eve Solal is being touted in France as the most realistic virtual star to date, flowing with character, charisma and even charm, and looks set to star in her own feature film and well as host various media channels on the web.
Last Updated: Jan 2, 2001
2179. Tomb Raider Chronicles - MOVE OVER LARA, CATE'S HERE
Lara Croft now faces a new girl on the block, the curvaceous Cate Archer from Fox Interactives new SPOOF Sixties spy game No One Lives Forever.
Last Updated: Dec 31, 2000
2180. Tomb Raider Chronicles - INFOGRAMES BUYS AILING HASBRO
Infrogrames, the French entertainment company which had Eidos Interactive in it's acquisition sights early this year, has purchased ailing Hasbro games for $100m, adding 200 titles to it's armament of computer games. Earlier this year, Infrogrames was in reported talks with Eidos Interactive, the makers of Lara Croft and Tomb Raider, but both companies failed to reach a financial equilibrium and the deal was terminated with Eidos stating that it would continue as an independent company.
Last Updated: Dec 30, 2000