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10 Steps to a More Positive ‘Tomb Raider’ Fandom

There’s been a lot of talk about “toxicity” in fandom in recent years. Social media and other online platforms have brought fans closer together, allowing them to share their love for Tomb Raider with other like-minded individuals across the world or chat with their favourite game developers and writers. But, now and again, things go awry. One poorly-phrased comment from a game developer, an incendiary remark about someone’s cosplay photos, or a heated discussion about ... [Continue Reading]

June 7, 2018 // 1 Comment

Review: Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen #1

The first issue of Dark Horse’s new series, Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen, is finally out and it seems to be off to a great start so far. This five-part series by Invisible Republic writer Corinna Bechko follows the adventures of “Classic” Lara Croft and fellow archaeologist Carter Bell as they race against time to stop cultists from getting their hands on some ancient ivory artefacts and using them for their nefarious purposes. Will the intrepid duo save the world from ... [Continue Reading]

October 15, 2015 // 6 Comments

The Rise of the Console Exclusive Raider?

Pretty much anyone who has been following this week’s gaming industry news already knows about the “Great Tomb Raider PR Blunder of 2014”. When Crystal Dynamics’ Head of Studios Darrell Gallagher posted his special announcement on the official Tomb Raider Blog on Tuesday, there was a great disturbance in the TR fan community, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in anger and yelled “Oh, hell no!” And understandably so. Tomb Raider has been a ... [Continue Reading]

August 16, 2014 // 12 Comments

Guest Blog: The League of Extraordinary Treasure Hunters

Guest Blogger: Ross Wittenham. How awesome would it be if Lara Croft found herself in an adventure with The Da Vinci Code’s Robert Langdon and National Treasure’s Ben Gates? It’d be like the Avengers of the treasure-hunting scene. Think about it; they have complimentary skill sets. Robert Langdon is all over the symbology business, while Gates is good at bluffing his way into top security events. Lara, of course, has all the cross-country and combat experience. Don’t forget their ... [Continue Reading]

May 22, 2014 // 2 Comments