Ubisoft has announced a series of Mister Men and Little Miss books for its biggest Assassin's Creed stars.
Six books will be released, with the first three being Mister Ezio, Little Miss Kassandra and Little Miss Eivor.
While these at first might seem like parody novels, the series is being worked on by Adam Hargreaves, the son of original creator Roger Hargreaves and the current writer and custodian of new Mister Men and Little Miss books.
Pleasingly, Eivor is being recognised using her female version, while Kassandra seems to be highlighted as the star of Assassin's Creed Odyssey - both of which adhere to the franchise's canon, despite other options being available.
There's no word yet on who the other three Assassin's Creed stars might be. Perhaps Edward Kenway might get a look in, seeing as he's getting a Black Flag webtoon sequel? And then maybe Mister Altaïr? Or Little Miss Aya?
Earlier this week, we brought you the first word on a wide range of graphic novels, manga, webtoons and more which would expand the world of Assassin's Creed throughout 2021. This included the aforementioned Black Flag sequel, plus more novels featuring fan-favourite Shao Jun.
I also chatted to the franchise's lore masters on the state of Assassin's Creed's story, multiverses and keeping things canon.
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