Starcraft: Ghost Academy Vol. 1 – Front Cover Artwork

Tokyopop has released the front cover artwork by Fernando Furukawa to be used in Starcraft: Ghost Academy.  This manga will be available on January 5, 2010.

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  • WHoA, awesome cover, man. Really love it.

    About incoming loregasms, let the speculation begin! (I’ll leave for vacations tomorrow so I suspect no chat for me, too bad :()

    Warcraft: Legends Volume 5

    Draka story part 2: I don’t expect anything new at all… just a nice story, but nothing lore-shocking. Or, who knows, Golden could reveal something we didn’t know.

    Emerald Nightmare story: This must be the prologue Knaak is writing for Stormrage novel. Looking forward it, just because it seems to elaborate on the nature of the Emerald Nightmare.

    Council of Tirisfal story: I bet this one is related to what’s going on at the WoW Comic, and that it will introduce lore related to it. This must be Louise Simonson’s story, no doubt. I suspect this story could bring a new element to the setting, or just be a worth reading story. Who knows.

    Twin sisters story: These twin sisters are no doubt Lieren and Loania, and this is the sequel to Warrior: Divided. I loved it, and Grace Randolph did a great work writing it. Looking forward it just because I loved the first part. Also, it could be related to the journey Med’an and co. will be making to Karazhan at the comic.

    Headless Horseman story: The origins of the Headless Horseman. Interesting. The perfect opportunity to remove all the “it’s just Halloween” clich