Most of you are already fully aware that the third installment in Visceral Games’ Necromorph-stomping action horror franchise Dead Space released earlier this week, but what you might not know is what released alongside it. That’s Dead Space: Liberation, the third graphic novel based on the games and the second to be illustrated by immensely talented artist Christopher Shy, who I had the opportunity to chat with the other day about his amazing contributions to the franchise.
The lovely folks over at Titan Books have graciously given us three copies of each graphic novel in the series, and that means three of you are going to walk away with the complete trilogy. Find out how you can make this happen after the jump.
1. Below you’ll find an intensely creepy image taken from the most recent graphic novel, Dead Space: Liberation. I want you to unleash your inner creativity and submit your best captions in the comments below.
2. Like the other caption contests we have pretty regularly here at BD, you are allowed to submit as many times as you like, but each submission must be in a separate comment, and be sure to keep them short enough to fit on the image. Also, please be considerate. Any hateful, sexist, homophobic, or otherwise hurtful or juvenile comments will result in your disqualification. No one wants that.
3. I’m going to pick three winners and unveil them on Thursday, Feb 14th (consider this my Valentine’s Day gift to you) — so get make sure you get your submissions in before then. When I announce the winners I’ll do so on Dead Pixels (the games section of BD) where I’ll address you by your BD Infected name. If you’re one of the lucky three, just send me a message with your mailing address (no P.O. boxes) and I’ll get your prizes out ASAP!
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