About Life is Strange
Life Is Strange is a comic book based on a graphic narrative adventure gaming series by Square Enix’s External Studios of the same name. It has had several games at this point and has developed a loyal cult following of dedicated fans since its original unveiling back in 2015.
“Holy crap is it almost 10 years old?” Yes, dear reader, it is indeed.
The games are graphic adventures which are told from a third-person view in which the player has to interact with objects and interact with his/her/their surroundings in a puzzle solving way. Not to mention, there’s a wide assortment of quests the player needs to solve.
Throughout the series of games many players have become so enamoured with the characters that some of the characters have become almost as famous as the series itself. Prompting Titan Comics to release a few comic book adaptations of Life Is Strange. Usually adapting the main aspects of the game into comic book form with a bit of artistic license.
Life Is Strange: Forget-Me-Not follows that continuation.
What is Life Is Strange: Forget-Me-Not about?
Taking place after Life Is Strange: True Colors, Alex & Steph tour across the states in their band until they find another lost soul on the side of the road – Lily.
The pair take the teenager under their wing to uncover the truth of what she’s running from. But there’s more to Lily than meets the eye, as she silently struggles under the weight of heartache and memories from lives she hasn’t lived, to protect those around her from the truth of pain.
Life Is Strange: Forget-Me-Not Trailer
The Talent Involved and Sale Dates
LIFE IS STRANGE: FORGET-ME-NOT #1
Written by ZOE THOROGOOD
Art by CLAUDIA LEONARDI
Coloring by ANDREA IZZO
On sale December 13, 2023
Published by Titan Comics
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Artist Zoe Thorogood provides an incredible variant cover in a style very similar to the interior art itself. Surely a variant that’s bound to sell out.
Emma Vieceli’s variant cover is very playful and ties in well to the overall theme.
Angela Wu’s variant cover mimics the style of the games and is an incredible homage to the game posters and cover art of the games themselves.
It’s blank, it’s blue and the logo is there – I don’t know what else you want from me?!
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