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Uncharted: The Graphic Novel Paperback – 11 Jul 2012


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  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: DC Comics (11 July 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1401232698
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401232696
  • Product Dimensions: 16.9 x 0.7 x 25.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 544,787 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Joshua Williamson, comic book writer, he worked for DC on Justice League of America, Batman, Brightest Day Aftermath and many others. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Pen on 23 April 2013
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This comic holds the Uncharted essence of the games, it's cannon for what I know, so it also adds interesting information to the uncharted universe.

Only problem with it is that there is no north pole. You can find some island cover in ice over there but no land like in the Antarctica (south). Is a huge mistake but it can be overlooked.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Successfully Captures Uncharted for the Graphic Novel Format 11 Aug. 2012
By Fair Reviewer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Well, Joshua Williamson has made Uncharted his own. From start to finish, this six issue comic collection (published by DC comics) truly feels like an Uncharted game come to the page. Each issue is used to the max for a quick but fun pace that, despite the short length, still feels like a full fledged adventure, complete with betrayals, plenty of action, world trotting locales, and wonderful characterization of the main leads. The story's villains may seem a little contrived based on their motivations and their hatred of Drake, but otherwise, they still manage to act beyond their villain roles to be well rounded characters in their own right.

The basic story takes place either between Uncharted and Uncharted 2, or before Uncharted, and covers how Drake and Chole first met. After retrieving an old journal with the unwitting help of Flynn (the same guy from Uncharted 2), Drake and Sully go to return it to those who hired them, the weathly Ludlow siblings; however, Drake stumbles upon a secret the journal tells--promising the location of the lost Russian Amber Room, and so a race begins to track down this lost treasure that takes our heroes from Russia to the North Pole to under the Earth itself, all captured by the gorgeous artwork by artist Sergio Sandoval (with amazing covers done by Ton Harris and Mico Suayan), who faithfully recreates the characters from the game--and draws a darn fine Drake.

Again, the story takes place over the course of six comics, yet all the humor, action, plot twists, and banter are still there and it never feels rushed. There may be less of Drake exploring, as the medium favors a more linear method of story telling, but the story remains accessible for both fans of the video game and new comers alike. I wouldn't mind at all if they kept releasing Uncharted comics, if this level of quality continues. Go ahead and pick up a copy--you owe it to your inner Uncharted/comic fan. It's a fun read that you won't regret (and for the money-impaired, it's definitely worth a rental at your local library at least) and serves as a great introduction to the games!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great for comic lover or Uncharted Fan 31 July 2012
By Nathan D. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Hello All:

I received this gift as a birthday present and I am a huge Uncharted Fan. Got all 3 games (plus the collectors edition of 3) and the Uncharted novel as well (also a great read). I am not a huge comic book person however, but I do read some manga from time to time. The book itself, its a collection of all 6 comics bound together in a nice high gloss paperback. Each comic is separated in the book by an "art page" filler, so you know when one ends and the other begins. I won't go into the story line elements, as its easy to spoil when its so short. However as a generic overview from a Uncharted Fans perspective, I thought the story was pretty good. This is the first time you meet Chloe it seems (the dark haired girl from Uncharted 2/3), I thought this was a nice introduction touch. Elena is on the front cover, but she is NOT in the book, guess it was there for recognizable people in the games. There are a few sketch photos at the end as a bonus, this was nice. All in all, if anything that I would have liked more is, that there was more pages! I hate to see such a interesting story angle end so quick in 6 comics.

5/5 for me.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great graphic novel 20 Dec. 2012
By Jose - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an awesome graphic novel that shows how Chole and Drake met, has some of the classic characters in it but don't be fooled, Elena isn't in it, nor is this a sequal or a bridge between games, no I feel it is more of a prequal to the whole series.
So So Good!!!! 9 April 2014
By LovinJackson - Published on Amazon.com
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I’ve been surrounded by gaming my whole life but I am quite new to it myself. Uncharted is a game that grabbed me from the start and I became quite addicted to not just the game but the universe of Nathan Drake itself.

So when I found out there had been a book written I had to have it. I bought it straight away. A book written about a game or a movie or a TV show can be a hit or miss. People fall in love with these characters as they are originally written and expect anything else on the subject to be the same or it just isn’t fun. I can say without a doubt that “The Fourth Labyrinth” hit all the right marks. Nate was so ... Nate. I could hear Nolan North’s voice as I was reading Nate’s dialogue; I could picture his little facial expressions. It was great. And given that the story was written entirely from Nate’s point of view it gave a great insight into his thought process and his feelings on certain matters. Sully was written just as well. The author did a great job of capturing what was so great – in my opinion – about the games ... the characters, their personalities and their relationship with each other.

The story itself was engaging and fast paced and had me wanting reading more and more. I chuckled, I gasped, my eyes were glued to the pages. It was well written, detailed and really had the ability to allow me to immerse myself in the story like I was along for the ride with Nate, Sully and Jada.

I want to thank Christopher Golden for giving me one more extra place to enjoy a realistic and as close to canon as you can get adventure with Nathan Drake. I absolutely LOVED every minute of this book.
more story and then action 21 Nov. 2013
By Amer Syed - Published on Amazon.com
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huge fan of uncharted, it has more mystery and action, the graphics are nicely done, this is the comic graphic novel, just felt it was little 2 short.gives back story on how drake met chloe..
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