Max Payne 3 Comic Series Ends With Release Of "Fight and Flight"


Posted July 13, 2012 - By Jake Gaskill

Max Payne 3 Comic Series Ends With Release Of

Rockstar Games brings its three-part Max Payne 3 comic book series to a painful and flashback-y end with the release of “Fight and Flight.” The issue, which  fills in even more blanks about Max’s sordid past and brings readers right up to the point where Max and his shady pal Passos crossed paths one fateful night in a Hoboken bar, is available now for free at Rockstar’s official site

Rockstar’s Dan Houser and Remedy’s Sam Lake penned the issue, and Fernando Blanco provided the artwork. You can read Max Payne 3 “Fight and Flight,” as well as the part one and two of the series, through that nifty link above.

Max Payne 3 Comic Series Ends With Release Of "Fight and Flight"


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