StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 3 is the third installment of the StarCraft: Frontline graphic novel series.
Revel in the brutal, menacing and sublime world of StarCraft in this collection of world-expanding adventures....
For years, Senator Corbin Phash used his power and influence to hide his young son Colin's psionic abilities from the Dominion, but their secret has finally been exposed. Now on the run and separated from his father, Colin is hiding among thousands of refugees on a backwater moon. Even if Colin can escape being captured by a fierce Dominion wrangler, how can he stop being haunted by the trauma-induced nightmares of everyone around him?
Do No Harm
The sadistic "Butcher of Korhal", Dr. Burgess gets his bloody hands on Muadun, a recently captured protoss high templar. The doctor's goal is to get inside Muadun's head—both figuratively and literally—to extract the data needed to mass-produce horrifying protoss-terran soldiers.
Although she's a lounge singer on the backwater mining post of Meteor Station, Starry Lace finds herself at the center of diplomatic intrigue. In brokering a new alliance between the Kel-Morians and the Dominion, the unlikely negotiator taps into skills of persuasion she never knew she had. But in this political chess game, is Starry a queen...or a pawn?
As the head instructor of a protoss templar school, wise Lekila has always plumbed the depths of the Khala—the protoss' Path of Ascension—with the diligence of a student. But when the zerg sever Lekila's connection to the Khala, the psionic bond shared by all Aiur protoss, what more might the grieving teacher sacrifice to become whole again?
Tokyopop staff. StarCraft: Frontline (excerpts). Tokyopop. Accessed 2009-05-09.
Exclusive Sneak Peek at StarCraft: Frontline 3!!. Tokyopop. Accessed 2009-05-02.
Michael Paolilli, Kasia Piekarz, Medievaldragon. 2009-05-06. Starcraft Frontline Vol. 3 Preview: War-Torn. Blizzplanet. Accessed 2009-05-06.
Donovan, Hope and Troy Lewter, ed. StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 3 (paperback binding). Tokyopop, July 14, 2009. ISBN 978-1427-80832-5.
|The next article in this series is StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 4.|