GameTap launched today “A Complicated Woman,” the final episode in the premiere season of its new animation series “Re\Visioned” which features story and art from legendary comic book illustrator Jim Lee of Wildstorm/DC Comics.
Launched in late August, the first season of “Re\Visioned” features ten episodes focusing on the legendary Tomb Raider franchise and the adventures of popular video game heroine Lara Croft. Academy Award-nominated actress Minnie Driver provides her unique voice for leading lady Lara Croft, while Jim Lee, Warren Ellis, Peter Chung, Brian Pulido, Gail Simone, Michael Stackpole, Ivan Reis, Cully Hamner, Christos N. Gage, Louie Del Carmen, David Alvarez, and Six Point Harness, have provided their ‘Re\Visioned’ view of the famous video game heroine.
GameTap has also announced that the second season of “Re\Visioned” will feature six animated episodes that spotlight games from the golden age of Activision. For the new season that launches in December, GameTap has partnered with The Hero Initiative to develop episodes that will feature the work of top industry writers, including Mark Waid (Flash, Kingdom Come, Legion of Superheroes), John Ostrander (X-Men, Punisher, Star Wars Republic) and Paul Jenkins (Spectacular Spider-Man, Incredible Hulk, Civil War: Front Line).
The Hero Initiative is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping comic book creators in need. “We’re thrilled that GameTap is continuing to support comic book creators with this second season of the ‘Re\Visioned’ series, especially since so many creators are video game fans,” said Jim McLauchlin, President of Hero.
Episodes in Season Two will revolve around the worlds and characters featured in Activision’s most iconic titles such as Pitfall, Kaboom and Pressure Cooker.
“Re\Visioned” is exclusive to GameTap and visitors can watch the finale and previous episodes from the first season absolutely free. For more information and to see the latest episode of Re\Visioned: Tomb Raider, visit www.gametap.com/tombraider.
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