EXCLUSIVE: Mirror’s Edge: Exordium #3 Hints at Faith Connors’ Early Life

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on August 5, 2015.

Dark Horse Comics is unveiling the cover to Mirror’s Edge: Exordium #3 exclusively at ComicBook.Com. The cover, created by artist Robert Sammelin, shows the story’s hero Faith Connors fleeing from the open arms of a mysterious man.

This mini-series written by Christofer Emgård, drawn by Mattias Häggström and Henrik Sahlström, and colored by Davi Correia, focuses on the events leading up to the 2016 video game Mirror’s Edge Catalyst.

The series is just part of Dark Horse Comics’ expanding line of video game-based titles. The company has experienced success with others like Halo and Mass Effect, exploring rich digital worlds on the printed page. Dark Horse’s focus on top talent and  flawless executions has ensured a collection of good-looking and enjoyable comics.

Check out the cover and Dark Horse’s solicit below for more details.
Mirrors Edge CoverMirror’s Edge: Exordium #3
Christofer Emgård (W), Mattias Häggström (A), Henrik Sahlström (A), Davi Correia (C), and Robert Sammelin (Cover)
On sale Nov 11
FC, 32 pages
$3.99
Ongoing
As Faith Connors pushes to prove herself as a Runner, more trouble is brewing on all sides of her life—can she learn a valuable lesson from the city’s oldest Runner? Witness the pivotal moments in her life leading up to one of the most anticipated video games of 2016, Mirror’s Edge™ Catalyst!
• Leads directly into the events of the new Mirror’s Edge game!
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Chase is a mild-mannered finance guy by day and a raving comics fan by night. He has been reading comics for more than half of his life (all 23 years of it). After graduating from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln with degrees in Economics and English, he has continued to research comics while writing articles and reviews online. His favorite superhero is Superman and he'll accept no other answers. Don't ask about his favorite comic unless you're ready to spend a day discussing dozens of different titles.
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