The identity of Lara and Carters dangerous new enemyMr. Greenis revealed. The two adventurers use every weapon in their arsenal to stop a cult led by a madman who wants to remake the world . . . by destroying it!
Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen #5 is an outright fun entry that may not be high brow entertainment by any means but it carries a strong level of quality from a creative team that understood their source material. If you're a fan this is absolutely worth picking up whether you love the new rebooted franchise or yearn for the old school shenanigans of this world class adventurer. Read Full Review
Having not experienced this iteration of Lara before I found myself curious but not really feeling it after being so invested in the other version for the last couple of years. There are some fun moments throughout this miniseries and I suspect that it reads better when read in full. At the same time it feels like it's just falling into the usual traps of game related books in that it can do only so much and possibly has to be done by committee in such a way as to negate the option of really exploring something fun. The basic elements of the franchise are all here though and you can see how it would make for a fun, if weird, adaptation into other media as well. I'll keep looking for a really good vision of this character in the meantime. Read Full Review
Laras latest adventure is a nostalgic feast for firm fans while simultaneously providing an introduction for new, especially younger, readers. I really hope that a younger audience, particularly girls, will find her an inspiration – just like this one did. Read Full Review
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