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Horizon Zero Dawn - Free Comic Book Day Issue

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Our story takes place a thousand years after a global cataclysm. Earth has been remade into a lush, thriving ecosystem, but with a new dominant species: the machines. These massive, animal-like robots fill the lands, oceans, and skies, serving as the guardians and enforcers of the revived natural order. New generations of humans formed into pre-industrial tribes, without kno Our story takes place a thousand years after a global cataclysm. Earth has been remade into a lush, thriving ecosystem, but with a new dominant species: the machines. These massive, animal-like robots fill the lands, oceans, and skies, serving as the guardians and enforcers of the revived natural order. New generations of humans formed into pre-industrial tribes, without knowledge of the doomed civilization that preceded them, that of the "Old Ones" – us. Little did they know that threats from the ancient world persisted, the greatest of which was HADES, a mysterious A.I. bent on wiping out all organic life. Bolstered by an army of misguided zealots and corrupted machines, it launched a massive assault on humanity's largest tribe. After a desperate battle, HADES was defeated by Aloy, the greatest machine hunter of her age, and a coalition of faithful allies at the city of Meridian. Now Talanah, one of Aloy's closest confidantes and the newly appointed Sunhawk of the Hunters Lodge, seeks a moment of respite after the epic struggle.


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Our story takes place a thousand years after a global cataclysm. Earth has been remade into a lush, thriving ecosystem, but with a new dominant species: the machines. These massive, animal-like robots fill the lands, oceans, and skies, serving as the guardians and enforcers of the revived natural order. New generations of humans formed into pre-industrial tribes, without kno Our story takes place a thousand years after a global cataclysm. Earth has been remade into a lush, thriving ecosystem, but with a new dominant species: the machines. These massive, animal-like robots fill the lands, oceans, and skies, serving as the guardians and enforcers of the revived natural order. New generations of humans formed into pre-industrial tribes, without knowledge of the doomed civilization that preceded them, that of the "Old Ones" – us. Little did they know that threats from the ancient world persisted, the greatest of which was HADES, a mysterious A.I. bent on wiping out all organic life. Bolstered by an army of misguided zealots and corrupted machines, it launched a massive assault on humanity's largest tribe. After a desperate battle, HADES was defeated by Aloy, the greatest machine hunter of her age, and a coalition of faithful allies at the city of Meridian. Now Talanah, one of Aloy's closest confidantes and the newly appointed Sunhawk of the Hunters Lodge, seeks a moment of respite after the epic struggle.

30 review for Horizon Zero Dawn - Free Comic Book Day Issue

  1. 4 out of 5

    KegOfGrog

    Piccolo fumetto di circa 20 pagine, in inglese. È ambientato dopo la fine del primo gioco e si concentra sul personaggio di Tallanah. La storia è carina, i disegni davvero molto belli. L'ho letto sul kindle e funzionano bene tutte le funzioni di lettura "assistita" per i fumetti. Consigliatissimo. Piccolo fumetto di circa 20 pagine, in inglese. È ambientato dopo la fine del primo gioco e si concentra sul personaggio di Tallanah. La storia è carina, i disegni davvero molto belli. L'ho letto sul kindle e funzionano bene tutte le funzioni di lettura "assistita" per i fumetti. Consigliatissimo.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Korynne

    I absolutely love the game Horizon: Zero Dawn, so I was super eager to see a comic book series coming out about the game, written by one of the writers of the game! I will read anything about Horizon or Aloy because the whole story just means so much to me. This comic book was alright. It takes place after the game and completely spoils the entire storyline and ending of the game so DO NOT read even the first page if you haven’t yet finished the game. It is not worth it; you need to experience t I absolutely love the game Horizon: Zero Dawn, so I was super eager to see a comic book series coming out about the game, written by one of the writers of the game! I will read anything about Horizon or Aloy because the whole story just means so much to me. This comic book was alright. It takes place after the game and completely spoils the entire storyline and ending of the game so DO NOT read even the first page if you haven’t yet finished the game. It is not worth it; you need to experience the beauty of the entire game without spoilers. I was a little disappointed to see this story doesn’t follow Aloy. Instead it follows Sunhawk Talanah. I don’t know if Aloy will be present in the continuing comic books or not but I sure hope so. The art was good and I enjoyed the panels. The story was a little underdeveloped and I doubt I would understand it if I hadn’t played the game, but anyone who hasn’t played the game shouldn’t be reading the comics so I guess that’s okay. I do plan to continue with the comics because Horizon is my life, and I really hope they will go more in-depth into the world. I did notice some information in here that alluded to the Forbidden West, so I wonder if these comic books are supposed to be a bridge between Horizon: Zero Dawn and Horizon: Forbidden West? Either way, I fully intend to read everything available and replay the game at least twice more before the second game drops. I’m so excited for it! I digress. Back to this comic: it was good but not great, simply because it was too surface-level. I would love to read a Horizon story that covers a lot more of the world and history of the game and really is immersive, so let’s hope the future installments offer some of that. Or even better, let’s hope they release prose novels about Aloy and Horizon because I would love that so much.

  3. 5 out of 5

    DOUGLAS J BERRY

    Stylish, simple story lines. Good color artwork. Titan comics freebie. 17 pages. This would be easier to review if it was 32 pages. The world is well set up and seems reasonable, once you accept the basic premise. The action sequences are quite good. Don't know if they can maintain this level of quality. Stylish, simple story lines. Good color artwork. Titan comics freebie. 17 pages. This would be easier to review if it was 32 pages. The world is well set up and seems reasonable, once you accept the basic premise. The action sequences are quite good. Don't know if they can maintain this level of quality.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Gabriella

    Interesting A very fun short that focuses on another area of the Horizon universe which shows that things never really change. Having read and played none of the games it was still readable.

  5. 5 out of 5

    im_just_vidu

    Didn't understand To be honest I didn't understand what's going on. I like something she said though. "Every once in a while, you say something exactly correct". Other than that, I really didnt understand this. Didn't understand To be honest I didn't understand what's going on. I like something she said though. "Every once in a while, you say something exactly correct". Other than that, I really didnt understand this.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy Miller

    Very Fun! For a fan of Horizon Zero Dawn this was just a good fun and quick read. Since it was free it was a no brained to pick up.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mattie

    Not sure how much this really adds to HZD lore on its own--I haven't read the rest of the comic series so can't comment on how well it works as a lead-in to that. It's fine but nothing special. Not sure how much this really adds to HZD lore on its own--I haven't read the rest of the comic series so can't comment on how well it works as a lead-in to that. It's fine but nothing special.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Carla

    I'm intrigued enough to look forward to more of this comic. I'm intrigued enough to look forward to more of this comic.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Alexa Moon

    Didn't do much for me and is quite forgettable. I guess you have to be a fan of the game to appreciate it. Didn't do much for me and is quite forgettable. I guess you have to be a fan of the game to appreciate it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Elisabeth Poteat

    Boo I think it is crap and it is a piece of %7*(8:& #-i5 blah blah blah blah blah blah blah

  11. 5 out of 5

    Oscar

    Demasiado breve para hacerse una opinión, aunque si eres fanático del juego, este es el cómic que hay que tener

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rohit Gaikwad

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  13. 5 out of 5

    Christina

    Bit slow not sure I want to check out the full comics.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Laur

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dee Shuker

  16. 5 out of 5

    Logan Mendivil

  17. 5 out of 5

    Penny O

  18. 5 out of 5

    Isabella

  19. 5 out of 5

    May

  20. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea

  21. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa

  22. 5 out of 5

    Havila Rios

  23. 5 out of 5

    Hatless Toad

  24. 5 out of 5

    mr Dawido

  25. 4 out of 5

    Alex

  26. 5 out of 5

    Amy

  27. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

  28. 4 out of 5

    Steven Scott

  29. 5 out of 5

    Chris

  30. 4 out of 5

    Dimitri

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