Dynamite’s SPLINTER CELL Series Brings In PUNISHER And BLACK WIDOW Scribe Nathan Edmondson

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Dynamite has announced a new limited series based on Tom Clancy‘s smash-hit Splinter Cell series today from two great talents. Writer Nathan Edmondson (Punisher, Black Widow) and artist Marc Laming (Kings Watch) will team up along with Ubisoft to give Sam Fisher new life in Splinter Cell Echoes.

Echoes is an in continuity story that was previously only available in a limited print runs as part of Tom Clancy‘s Splinter Cell Blacklist Collector’s Edition. Dynamite will release the series as a four issue mini-series that will run from July to October with new covers from Laming along with new behind-the-scenes material in each issue from Ubisoft. You can check out a few of the pages as well as info about the story below. Will you be checking this one out? Do you hope this signals more Sam Fisher stories to come?

Splinter Cell Echoes takes place between the events of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction® and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist™. The comic book series bridges the gap between the two games with a realistic, original story that sets the tone for the opening events in Splinter Cell Blacklist.
Sam Fisher, once a Splinter Cell–a clandestine elite operative operating in the shadows of the NSA–is now retired. His enemies, however, are not. Haunted by dreams and memories of his past, he struggles to put his life back together. But when a mysterious terrorist organization called KROWE begins pursuing targets around the globe, Sam’s expertise is needed to uncover their endgame and stop them before the deadly plot unfolds.

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