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2024 Free Comic Book Day Supported With ‘Far Cry’ Special Edition

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Villains from Ubisoft’s popular video games find new adventures of prehistoric proportions in standalone comic book available for FREE!

Press Release:

Los Angeles, CA – Publisher TOKYOPOP unleashes the action of FAR CRY® in a special pilot edition comic book issue being published for Free Comic Book Day 2024. 

Taking place on Saturday, May 4th, Free Comic Book Day is an annual promotional effort by the North American comic book industry to attract new readers to independent comic bookstores. More details are available at: TOKYOPOP is proud to be a participating sponsor. A free TOKYOPOP manga sampler will also be available at select participating locations. 

FAR CRY: CULL THE HERD (FCBD EDITION), by Ryan Nichols ∙ Print SRP: FREE ∙ For Teen Audiences ∙ Available May 4th  

Villains from popular Far Cry games are transported into prehistoric times by the priestess Batari, who has pulled them from their lives before they’ve committed their most heinous crimes. Now, they’re tasked with fighting against the dangers of a prehistoric world and challenging their supposed destiny. Will the unusual circumstances encourage them to come together, fight against each other, or go rogue?

This nature-versus-nurture narrative examines popular characters in a new context. The series features appearances from Antón Castillo (Far Cry® 6), Vaas Montenegro (Far Cry® 3), Pagan Min (Far Cry® 4), and Batari (Far Cry® Primal).

The Far Cry video games are published by Ubisoft and have thrilled millions of players over the 20-year history of the franchise. Far Cry 4 notably features Pagan Min in the role of lead antagonist; he also appears in TOKYOPOP’s CAPTAIN LASERHAWK: A BLOOD DRAGON REMIX – CRUSHING LOVE – an original boys’ love manga inspired by the Netflix animated series created by Adi Shankar featuring alter egos of iconic characters from hit Ubisoft video games in a highly referential homage to the early 90s. 

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About TOKYOPOP, Inc.

Founded in 1997, TOKYOPOP brings Asian pop culture to Hollywood and beyond. TOKYOPOP

established the market for manga in North America, introducing the term to the English language in the process, and expanding the market in Germany, publishing thousands of books in both languages, distributing anime and Asian films on home video and television, licensing merchandise to consumer goods and companies, and creating graphic novels of both original content and major IP adaptations. TOKYOPOP’s core values focus on multiculturalism and diversity; aestheticism and artistic integrity; and passionate and positive storytelling. More

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