The Ankh of Isis Trilogy

The Ankh of Isis Trilogy

Éric Corbeyran Djillali Defali / Aug 19, 2019

The Ankh of Isis Trilogy This first ever collection of the three volume graphic novel from Ubisoft collects together the exhilarating story of Desmond Miles abduction by Abstergo His subsequent flight from their grasp leads t

  • Title: The Ankh of Isis Trilogy
  • Author: Éric Corbeyran Djillali Defali
  • ISBN: 9781781163436
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This first ever collection of the three volume graphic novel from Ubisoft collects together the exhilarating story of Desmond Miles abduction by Abstergo His subsequent flight from their grasp leads to Desmond joining the Assassins in their fight against the Templars Betrayal leads to Desmond recovering the memories of his ancestor, Aquilus as he searches for the poweThis first ever collection of the three volume graphic novel from Ubisoft collects together the exhilarating story of Desmond Miles abduction by Abstergo His subsequent flight from their grasp leads to Desmond joining the Assassins in their fight against the Templars Betrayal leads to Desmond recovering the memories of his ancestor, Aquilus as he searches for the power of the mystical Ankh and savage Barbarian tribes, led by the deadly Assassin Accipiter, prepare to attack.

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      • Éric Corbeyran Djillali Defali

        N Marseille en 1964, Corbeyran vit Bordeaux depuis 1987 Apr s avoir travaill comme animateur de centre de vacances puis comme graphiste free lance dans la publicit , il fait ses premiers pas dans la bd en signant le sc nario de l album Les Griffes du Marais Vents d Ouest , publi en janvier 1990 180 albums plus tard, appr ci des aficionados comme du grand public, il est aujourd hui l un des sc naristes fran ais les plus en vue Voyageur immobile, curieux de tout, avide d images, de rencontres et d exp riences nouvelles, Corbeyran s int resse presque tous les sujets et s attache explorer presque tous les genres, du polar Garrigue la science fiction Le R gulateur en passant par l aventure Nelson Lobster , le thriller Pulsions , l humour Kid Korrigan et l hero c fantasy We na Le succ s arrive en 1997 avec Le Chant des Stryges Delcourt , dessin par Richard Gu rineau, un r cit dense, complexe et tentaculaire qui jette une lumi re inqui tante sur les origines de l humanit en m me temps qu il pose les bases du renouveau du thriller fantastique en bande dessin e En 1999, l association BD Boum lui offre la possibilit d orchestrer une uvre collective autour de deux univers tr s particuliers la prison et la surdit 4 recueils de r cits courts en noir et blanc donnant la parole aux d tenus et aux sourds verront ainsi le jour sous la plume de dessinateurs connus Margerin, Juillard, M zi res, Cabanes, Larcenet, Davodeau, Baudoin et moins connus En 2001, la presse s int resse son travail et, la demande de la r daction du mensuel D.Lire , il cr e la s rie Z lie et Compagnie Bayard , dessin e par David de Thuin En 2003, suite sa rencontre avec le peintre Jean Pierre Ugarte, il crit Le Territoire Delcourt , une fresque fantastique sur le th me de la mort, de l amour et de la folie, dessin e par Esp En 2003 toujours, c est en compagnie du chercheur en informatique Achille Braquelaire qu il signe Imago Mundi Dargaud , une s rie de thrillers scientifiques dessin e par Luc Brahy En 2005, sa rencontre avec le politicien Nicolas Hamm l am ne cr er La Conjuration d Opale Dargaud , une fable pique et sot rique sur le th me du devenir de l humanit , sompueusement mis en images par Grun Si le fantastique occupe une place de choix dans sa bibliographie, Corbeyran n h site cependant pas s aventurer sur des terrains plus r alistes avec des r cits intimistes et mouvants comme Lie de Vin ou Rosangella Dargaud , dessin s par son complice Olivier Berlion avec il a r alis plus d une vingtaine d albums Alors qu une grande partie de sa production est tiquet e ados adulte , Corbeyran aime galement s adresser aux plus jeunes, comme en t moignent ses s ries Le Cadet des Soupetard Dargaud et Sales Mioches Casterman , toutes deux dessin es par Berlion, et plus r cemment Natty et Okh ania Dargaud dessin es respectivement par Melvil et Picard En 2006, les amateurs de feuilletons populaires pl biscitent La Loi des 12 Tables Delcourt , dessin par D fali, v ritable d fi sc naristique et graphique 12 pisodes de 30 pages, regroup s en 6 volumes et r alis s en 12 mois un record et, en 2008, ils saluent l originalit de l ambitieux projet Uchronie s Gl nat qui revisite la ville de New York travers le prisme de 3 r alit s labor es par Chabbert, Tibery et D fali Corbeyran a obtenu le prix Jacques Lob pour l ensemble de son oeuvre en 2005 De nombreuses autres r compenses jalonnent sa carri re prix du meilleur album jeunesse Blois 1996 , Bulle d Or du meilleur sc nario Brignais 1997 , meilleur album Chamb ry 2000 et Cognac 2007 , prix Interfestival 2000 , prix Extrapole 2000 , prix des libraires Canal BD 2000 , prix Tournesol 2002 , prix Jules Verne 2005 , Coup de Coeur Sierre Suisse , meilleur album tranger Sobreda Portugal , et, tout r cemment, m daille d argent de l International Manga Award Japon.Texte Gl natSA BIBLIOGRAPHIED tail


    553 Comments

    1. Like the games but found it hard to get into this . Partly due to the sketchy art and jumping back and forth between past and present. I know that's what AC is all about but this didn't flow.


    2. originally posted at thebookplank/2013I think if you mention Assassin's Creed most people the majority of them must have one time or another have heard of it, it's currently one of the most popular gaming franchises out there and based on the video games several full length books have already been written, covering the parts from Assassins Creed II and III so far. The Ankh of Isis trilogy is the first tie-in comic series to this popular game franchise and combines the three comics: Desmond, Aqui [...]


    3. If you've played the first couple of Assassin's Creed games, a portion of this book will be pretty familiar to you. It includes the acquisition of Desmond by Abstergo, and some early (and post first-game) interactions between him and Lucy and her team. It fills in a little back story, but it's nothing really necessary or momentous. There's also the historical sections, which tell the story of some Roman era figures (Aquilus and Accipiter) and builds up a new artifact in import (an Ankh). It's de [...]


    4. The writing was quite dull. The art was okay, but the biggest problem with this GN is the layout: hard to know where to look next for the text, so I ended up re-reading cells to get the page in the right order. Annoying. I finally figured out:top-down, left-right, literally, regardless of the scene. The story was utterly forgettable and did not tie in well. This was more about the "real world" with Desmond which has never been particularly interesting.


    5. I definitely enjoyed this one more than I did the Trial By Fire comics! This one seemed more relevant to the AC world and took place more in the past, which is wanted I wanted to see. A lot of it was very familiar since we meet Desmond Miles, and Ezio (very very briefly!). Also we know that some of the assassins die but when it happens it's still sad😭😭


    6. Ross Joseph reviewed this book; for more reviews by Ross, seeRoss Joseph on Dark Matter Zine.Let me get something off my chest right away, because this can’t wait. I cannot consider the stories told within this graphic novel canon (part of continuity). There are a few contradictions within the trilogy of books, which infuriated me. By the end though, I had come to the conclusion the story was too good to worry about contradictions and continuity errors. Oops, did I just give away my impression [...]


    7. I would have rated this book higher, had it not been so remarkably unaware of the rules of its own universe. So, Assassin's Creed is based on the neat premise that you can access your ancestors' memories through some sort of genetic mumbo-jumbo. As pointed out very clearly in the second game in the series, this means that the moment your ancestor has a kid who's your ancestor, your memories jump towards the kid, they don't stick with the parent. Which makes sense.The Ankh of Isis starts with Abs [...]


    8. Collecting together the first three volumes of the Assassin’s Creed comics, The Ankh of Isis Trilogy delves into new, unseen areas both in Desmond’s family history and in terms of his development. An interesting concept with a good deal of potential behind it, it’s disappointing then that the collection feels extremely superfluous and unnecessary.The story here supposedly revolves around the titular artefact which is linked back to the mysterious First Civilisation, but vast chunks of the [...]


    9. Alright, let's try to keep it simple. At the beginning, I didn't know how to feel about this storyline. The execution of the original assassin's creed story is slightly different but it is not worthy of reproach. One thing that is worthy of mentioning ,however, is the new interesting facts that are revealed about some of the original characters from the game. I am an assassin's creed fan and I was content with the presentation of Desmond's new ancestors and their stories (though I will be more h [...]


    10. Sadly, while the story of the Ankh of Isis tries to be the link between the events happening outside the AC games, it fails. The story is not very good, the drawing is not amazing, and the plot is full of immense holes.But if you choose to read it, it can be fun. But you have to try, very hard. :)


    11. A must-read for Assassin's Creed aficionados. Otherwise pretty standard comic book fare; decent art, a few interesting plot twists. Fills in some of the off-screen happenings of AC1 and AC2, and tells the story of another of Desmond's Assassin ancestors.


    12. Really good collection of stories told around the events in the games, primarily about Desmond and his time outside Animus. Any fan of the games should also enjoy this compilation.


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