Who is Jot Soora? Devoted fiancé of movie star Monima Das, gifted programmer at software giant MysoreTech, or deadly Assassin with a secret?
When Jot stumbles into a layer of code deep in his company’s new device, the discovery threatens his relationship, his job and his life. It also reveals shocking links to an ancestral past that cause him to question everything he knows about himself. As he delves further into memories stored in his genetic makeup, he uncovers an age-old battle between The Templar Order and The Assassin Brotherhood, both of whom are racing to find a mysterious artifact buried in the past that has the power to alter the fate of all mankind.
Karl Kerschl (Superman, The Flash) and Cameron Stewart (Batman & Robin, Catwoman), the awardwinning creators of the critically acclaimed ASSASSIN’S CREED: THE FALL and ASSASSIN’S CREED: THE CHAIN, are joined by writer Brenden Fletcher (Wednesday Comics: The Flash) on ASSASSIN’S CREED: BRAHMAN—the latest generation-spanning graphic novel companion to the blockbuster video game series.
Read the exclusive interview with the creators.
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Posted by lawraW on 26th Dec 2014
I had very low expectations for Brahman but it totally blew me away. The story is amazing and the art is stunning. I wished Ubisoft continues this story in another novel.
Shipping was great, it came from Canada to Costa Rica without any damage.
Posted by George on 8th Oct 2014
I will start by saying that I am always pleased with the level of detail and authenticity that goes into all things Assassins Creed, but I do wish the artwork in "Brahman" was a little less Disney, it almost felt as if I was watching a version of Alladin for a minute. Overall, I was satisfied with the story and am anxious to read more about this story.
Posted by Daniel Borba Zanelatto on 27th Jun 2014
Very nice and beautiful HQ, I really recommend!
Posted by Sean McInnes on 21st Feb 2014
If you're a big fan of AC and it's new twists on history, vivid artistry and Indian culture, then this is the Graphic Novel for you! I usually read a over a few sittings and I could not put this one down. Once again, they've worked wonderfully researched historical facts into a retelling of awesomely elaborate Templar coverups. Brahman stars an extremely sympathetic character in Jot Soora and an intriguing and an Ezio-reminiscent Indian assassin, complimented by a twist and turning narrative. Aside from this, the colour palate and depiction of the culture, beliefs and characteristic is extremely immersive into a sense if India!
A great addition to the AC canon.
Posted by Vadim Bylinkin on 16th Jan 2014
My opinion about Brahman. The story is fascinating! Very intriguing and dramatic. But what makes me love this comic book so much is work of artists. Characters' detalization is marvelous. And the color scheme... I have no words, only emotions!
So, pleeeease, keep up the great work! And I'm looking forward for new creations like Brahman and Subject 4
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