Fallout: New Vegas Graphic Novel Now Available For Download


We’re pleased to announce that the full versions of All Roads, the 48-page graphic novel originally released in the Fallout: New Vegas Collector’s Edition, is now available for download via Dark Horse Digital or through the Dark Horse Comics iTunes App for $2.99

All Roads was written by Chris Avellone, the game’s creative director, and created in conjunction with Dark Horse Comics. With cover art created by legendary illustrator and comic book artist Geof Darrow with colors by Peter Doherty, the graphic novel also features art by Jean Diaz (Incorruptible) and Wellinton Alves (Marvel’s Shadowland: Blood on the Streets, Nova).

Reader Comments

  1. You mean 30 fps? Sweeeee-tah!

    Anyways I got the hardcopy of this. I’d like to see more of these prequel stories with the companion characters. I’ll pay cold hard cash to see stories of Ed-E, and Cass.

  2. You guys should make a couple for, there is a market for Fallout related books, movies/tv shows, toys, memorabilia, and other such things. I have as much as I can get my hands on at the moment, and I am always looking for more. Please Bethesda give me more FALLOUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Yes, King of the Wastes is very accurate. I would also buy anything related to fallout. We need books, t-shirts, the vault 13 canteen, and above all we need pip-boys.

    Bethesda is sleeping, they should wake up.

  4. Heres a quote from Spaceballs which Beth should take note of.

    Yogurt: Merchandising, merchandising, where the real money from the movie is made. Spaceballs-the T-shirt, Spaceballs-the Coloring Book, Spaceballs-the Lunch box, Spaceballs-the Breakfast Cereal, Spaceballs-the Flame Thrower. [turns it on]

    Dink, Dink, Dink, Dink, Dink, Dink: Ooooh!

    Yogurt: [reacts to dinks] The kids love this one.
    [a dink hands him a doll that looks likes Yogurt]

    Yogurt: And last but not least, Spaceballs the doll, me.
    [pulls string]

    Doll: May the schwartz be with you!

    Yogurt: [kisses the doll] Adorable.

  5. I agree with King of the Wastes, also. I want Fallout all over my life. I thought the first comment by We’re Suckers was pretty funny, even though mine (mostly!) played great.

  6. I agree… Let’s get more Fallout! I for one would like to also see a Fallout MOVIE. Hey! They made DooM into a movie so why not Fallout? 😛

  7. Bethesda, can’t you find a decent writer out there to help flesh out this series and immortalize it in print?

    A graphic novel will just vanish like last year’s snow. But I can find decent AD&D or Dragonlance novels online and in public libraries that have survived the demise of TSR. Please give us a few decent books — you got the Background materials already done! Writing it up, while always hard, should be a lot easier than usual.

  8. Graphic novel? Nice. King of the wastes is all the way right! I have all retail copies of Fallout 1, 2, 3, and New Vegas for PC and i want more! Hopefully Paul is right about obsidian working on Fallout 4. New Vegas was similar to Fallout 3 but i hope it stays that way. It would really blow if they work on Fallout 4 with a newly developed engine that can only work on quad core processors. Everyone else needs a peice!

  9. My vote is, leave Obsidian out of the next game. No hurt intended, I just didn’t enjoy New Vegas nearly as much as Fallout 3. I’ll never forget Fallout 3, and how much I loved that game. Bethesda did an excellent job by itself.

  10. I love this comic image shown along with this blog post… can you guys please release a hi-res of this full image for use as hi-res wallpapers?