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'''WARFRAME: Ghouls''' is a comic series that explores some of the events in the [[Plains of Eidolon]] leading up to the the events of the game itself. More specifically, this series entails the life of the [[Ostron]]s in the plains, and the titular Grineer [[Ghoul]]s themselves self.
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'''WARFRAME: Ghouls''' is a comic series that explores some of the events in the [[Plains of Eidolon]] leading up to the events of the game itself. More specifically, this series entails the life of the [[Ostron]]s in the plains, and the titular Grineer [[Ghoul]]s themselves self.
   
 
A joint project between [[Digital Extremes]] and [[wikipedia:Top Cow Productions|Top Cow Productions]], the series is written by [[WARFRAME]] creative director Steve Sinclair, Matt Hawkins and Ryan Cady, drawn by Studio Hive, and lettered by Troy Peteri. First announced on June 2017 on TennoCon 2017, the first issue was later released on October 2017 and began serializing itself monthly.
 
A joint project between [[Digital Extremes]] and [[wikipedia:Top Cow Productions|Top Cow Productions]], the series is written by [[WARFRAME]] creative director Steve Sinclair, Matt Hawkins and Ryan Cady, drawn by Studio Hive, and lettered by Troy Peteri. First announced on June 2017 on TennoCon 2017, the first issue was later released on October 2017 and began serializing itself monthly.

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WARFRAME: Ghouls is a comic series that explores some of the events in the Plains of Eidolon leading up to the events of the game itself. More specifically, this series entails the life of the Ostrons in the plains, and the titular Grineer Ghouls themselves self.

A joint project between Digital Extremes and Top Cow Productions, the series is written by WARFRAME creative director Steve Sinclair, Matt Hawkins and Ryan Cady, drawn by Studio Hive, and lettered by Troy Peteri. First announced on June 2017 on TennoCon 2017, the first issue was later released on October 2017 and began serializing itself monthly.

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