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Pandora Tomorrow penny arcade comic

CW001CW001 Registered User new member
edited December 2006 in Help / Advice Forum
Anyone know where I could get all 16 pages of this? All the links i find just send me to the splinter cell homepage, and it's not in the downloads section either. any help would be appreciated

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    D.T.D.T. Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Outlook doesn't look good, dude. That comic was commissioned for Pandora Tomorrow, and we're two games ahead of that in the franchise. I highly doubt Ubi even has it on their server anymore.

    Unless you can find all sixteen pages on some personal website, I don't think we'll find it. It's a shame, too - that series was fantastic.

    I wonder if legal agreements and stuff would prevent Mike and Jerry from reviving the old commissioned projects they've done over the years and putting them up on this site.

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    CW001CW001 Registered User new member
    edited December 2006
    thanks for the info, but man that sucks. I havent read the comic since PT came out and i have this strange urge to read it again, and man its frustrating not being able to find it anywhere.

    They really should be able to put their work up on their site, especially if Ubi isnt hosting it anymore. It seems like such a waste to just let it dissapear.

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    Asmodai_00Asmodai_00 Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    http://splintercell.us.ubi.com/pennyarcades.php

    "Featured Content" was what it was under.

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    SzechuanosaurusSzechuanosaurus Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited December 2006
    D.T. wrote:
    I wonder if legal agreements and stuff would prevent Mike and Jerry from reviving the old commissioned projects they've done over the years and putting them up on this site.

    If Khoo has been doing his job properly, that won't be a problem. Mike and Jerry should still hold the copyright to the piece even although it was produced under commission.

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