Mad Max “Motion Comics” Fill Out The Backstory Of The Video Game

Apparently quite separate and distinct from the still rather secretive Fury Road movie sequel, the Mad Max video game nonetheless has an involved and elaborate back story that will seem fairly familiar to those who know the original films.

Warner Bros. have issued these so-called “motion comics” to introduce this story, world and characters now. They’re written by Tom Taylor, illustrated by Jason Shawn Alexander and the animation – because, that’s what these are, really, they’re somewhat restricted animations, not comics at all – was executed by Six Point Harness Studios.

I hope we see something of Fury Road soon.

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