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Digital-first Dark Horse series 'EVE Online: Capsuleer Chronicles' gets hardcover
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Digital-first Dark Horse series ‘EVE Online: Capsuleer Chronicles’ gets hardcover

The Official Comic Collection of ‘EVE Online’ the Massively Popular Online Role-Playing Game.

Press Release

Dark Horse Comics has announced the once digital-only series EVE Online: Capsuleer Chronicles is getting a hardcover this November. The four-issue series is based on the online multiplayer role-playing game, EVE Online. It’s written by Sam Maggs (The Fangirl’s Guide to the GalaxyMarvel Action: Captain Marvel) and Melissa Grey, penciled by Kieran McKeown (Crime SyndicateDC Crimes of Passion), inked by Dexter Vines, colored by Sebastian Cheng, lettered by Nate Piekos, with cover art created by Jeremy Wilson.

The hardcover is out on November 23, 2022, in comic shops and in bookstores December 6, 2022.

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So what’s EVE Online: Capsuleer Chronicles about?

A new threat has come to the New Eden star cluster, an ancient and ruthless civilization, demanding all factions either submit to conversion or die. Despite their differences in loyalties, four capsuleers battle tooth and nail to save each other and all of New Eden, hoping to buy just enough time for reinforcements to arrive.

This isn’t just a book about epic space battles, exploding starships and an apocalyptic invasion. It’s about the people who are brave enough to keep fighting when they are outgunned, who pick themselves up every time they get knocked down, and are willing to sacrifice their lives to protect everything they love.

Digital-first Dark Horse series 'EVE Online: Capsuleer Chronicles' gets hardcover

For more on this news, read the official press release below.

MILWAUKIE, Ore., (May 6, 2022)—Dark Horse Books is pleased to announce EVE Online: Capsuleer Chronicles, based on the online multiplayer role-playing game, EVE Online. This hardcover will collect all four digital comics written by Sam Maggs (The Fangirl’s Guide to the GalaxyMarvel Action: Captain Marvel) and Melissa Grey, penciled by Kieran McKeown (Crime SyndicateDC Crimes of Passion), inked by Dexter Vines, colored by Sebastian Cheng, lettered by Nate Piekos, with cover art created by Jeremy Wilson.

A new threat has come to the New Eden star cluster, an ancient and ruthless civilization, demanding all factions either submit to conversion or die. Despite their differences in loyalties, four capsuleers battle tooth and nail to save each other and all of New Eden, hoping to buy just enough time for reinforcements to arrive.

This isn’t just a book about epic space battles, exploding starships and an apocalyptic invasion. It’s about the people who are brave enough to keep fighting when they are outgunned, who pick themselves up every time they get knocked down, and are willing to sacrifice their lives to protect everything they love.

The EVE Online: Capsuleer Chronicles hardcover will be available at comic stores on November 23, 2022 and in bookstores December 6, 2022. It is available for pre-order on AmazonBarnes & Noble, and at your local comic shop and bookstore. EVE Online: Capsuleer Chronicles will retail for $24.99.


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