Top Cow Productions has announced the Death of Tomb Raider storyline is being collected in trade paperback to be released this July. Telling the story of the “final” team-up between the Witchblade and Lara Croft, fans who missed out the first time should check it out.

Move info and the cover after the jump.

According to Top Cow, The Endgame Volume 1 Trade Paperback will collect for fans the storyline which found Sara Pezzini, the New York City police detective and bearer of the mystical Witchblade, investigating a series of unexplained and mysterious deaths. Pezzini’s investigation eventually leads her to an encounter with a force known only as “The Weave” and she calls on her friend Lara Croft, the Tomb Raider, for aid. Things go from bad to worse and soon Sara’s hand is forced, leading to the death of the Tomb Raider. Written by the team of John Ney Rieber (Books of Magic, GI Joe: Reborn) and David Wohl (Witchblade, The Darkness: Levels) and featuring art by such superstars as Michael Turner (Civil War, Superman/Batman), Marc Silvestri (Civil War: The Initiative, Hunter-Killer) and Francis Manapul (The Necromancer, Iron & The Maiden). This trade collects Tomb Raider #25, Witchblade #60, Evo #1, as well as the Endgame Prelude and Epilogue issues and additional bonus material leading into and out of this classic crossover.


The 160 page trade will sell for $16.99.


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