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New Assassin's Creed Graphic Novel Introduces Indian Assassin

Posted on Friday, July 19 @ 15:57:18 Eastern by

Ubisoft used San Diego's International Comic-Con today as the venue for debuting a new Assassin's Creed graphic novel subtitled "Brahman".

The new book will arrive on store shelves this fall and feature writer Brenden Fletcher (Wednesday Comics), as well as artists Cameron Stewart (Batman & Robin, Seaguy) and Karl Kerschl (Superman and Flash). The new assassin you see above is and Indian named Arbaaz Mir, who will fight against the Templars and reveal new information about the Assassin's Creed universe.

Details remain light, but sample pages do not. You can click on each of the pages below (and the shot above) to see larger versions.

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