raiders of the archive

Tomb Raider (2013) “Taking Aim” Giclee

Created especially for Treehouse Brands official Tomb Raider store by Laura Bifano, this giclee was first available for purchase in March 2013 for the price of $40.00. It was limited to just 60 copies worldwide. Made on 100% cotton rag archival paper and printed with archival inks on a 18" x 24" canvas.

There is only one listing on eBay, located in the UK with worldwide shipping for the price of £60. The same seller is also selling other Tomb Raider giclees. With this particular listing, the item is listed as one of 30 copies but the seller has added that this was dependant on where the item was signed as 30 were signed in New York and marked with NY and 30 were signed in San Francisco and marked with SF. We do not know if this is true however as the official store did not mention this.

Tomb Raider (2013) “Ripple Effect” Giclee

Produced for the official Tomb Raider store by Corinne Reid, this piece of art was released in March 2013 and is limited to just 40 posters worldwide. It is made on 100% cotton rag archival paper, size 18x24", and printed with archival inks. Its original price was $40.00

At time of writing, there is only one listing on eBay, located in the UK. As with a lot of merchandise, this item’s price has increased and the seller is asking for £69.99 and offers worldwide shipping.

Announcing Tomb Raider Archives 

Exciting #TombRaider20 news out of SDCC continues. Today at our panel – 20 Years of Tomb Raider: Lara Croft’s Multimedia Empire – Dark Horse and longtime Tomb Raider artist Andy Park helped us reveal Tomb Raider Archives, a nostalgic offering for fans.

Tomb Raider Archives collects all 50 issues of the best-selling Top Cow comic, which debuted in 1999 with industry veteran Dan Jurgens at the helm as writer. It will also compile Fiona Kai Avery’s Tomb Raider Journeys, as well as a variety of one-shot Croft adventures. Within its oversized covers Tomb Raider Archives features the art of superstar comic talent such as Michael Turner, Marc Silvestri, David Finch, Andy Park, Billy Tan, Adam Hughes, Randy Green, and more. 

The Tomb Raider Archives collection includes:

  • Tomb Raider Archives Vol. 1: Issues #1-15
  • Tomb Raider Archives Vol. 2: Issues #16-24, #26-34
  • Tomb Raider Archives Vol. 3: Issues #35-50, #0, #½
  • Tomb Raider Archives Vol. 4: Tomb Raider Journeys #1-12, one-shots

Tomb Raider Archives Vol. 1 will go on sale 11/30/2016, with the following three releases slated for 2017.

About Tomb Raider Archives Vol. 1:

With a forward by Andy Park, this hardcover 8” x 12” offering comes in at 408 pages of globetrotting adventures.

There’s only one woman capable of tracking down the world’s rarest artifacts: Lara Croft. Armed with her iconic twin pistols, and aided by roguish playboy Chase Carver and her buttoned-up assistant Madeline Hovan, Lara crisscrosses the globe in search of adventure. Join Lara as she fights against a shadowy organization intent on her destruction, faces the ultimate betrayal, and uncovers legendary treasures.

This deluxe hardcover collects issues #1–#15 of the 1999 Top Cow Tomb Raider series and features the art of superstar artists Michael Turner, Marc Silvestri, David Finch, Andy Park and many more, all in an oversized format.
Keep an eye out for preorders through Diamond Previews Plus and Amazon starting next week.

Cute and has a Reinforced Exoskeleton
  • Simon: Right, okay. The first clue!
  • Simon: So this is Professor Bixby again?
  • Lewis: Well, I think he- did he leave his glasses in here, because he said he left his- he said- he said he left the chevron in your chest, but it's not in your chest.
  • Simon: No, but there is a clue here instead.
  • Lewis: Right, what's it say?
  • Simon: Uh, it says.. "Oh no, this place won't do-" Only this is his voice- *Changes voice to Prof. Grizwold voice* "Oh no, this place won't do. Anything here is likely to be crushed!"
  • Lewis: Oh!
  • Simon: "I know. I will put it inside something that is both cute and has a reinforced exoskeleton!"
  • Lewis: Right.
  • Simon: "That will do it."
  • Simon: So do we know anything cute?
  • Lewis: Well, let me show you the- the low danger storage f-
  • Simon: I'm pretty cute.
  • Simon: AND I'm wearing armor!
  • Simon: Which is an exoskeleton!
  • Lewis: You're beautiful.
Five Ways Rise Of The Tomb Raider Is Improving Upon The Reboot

In this video feature, creative director Noah Hughes talks how the team plans to improve the Metroid-vania elements, sandbox combat, and more.

Conquer a world fiercely protecting its secrets and explore huge, ancient spaces littered with deadly traps. Game Informer interviews Creative Director Noah Hughes in “Five ways Rise of the Tomb Raider is improving upon the reboot.“

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Check out this Raiders of the Archives part 4 of 4 with Jacob Rosenberg, director of the newly released “Waiting For Lightning” documentary about Danny Way. Jacob is also known for helping film legendary skate videos like Plan B’s “Questionable” “Virtual Reality” & “Second Hand Smoke” to name a few. We raided his storage unit and dug up some gems for your viewing pleasure. Thanks Jacob! Check out the bonus photos of some of Jacob’s classic Gonz boards below video.
Photos below video: Jaime Owens


Reda’s Raiders of the Archive, Part 2

We spelled his name wrong to drive him crazy