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Currently online for this review was the three-part story called “Keys to the Kingdom” created by the father of Aeon Flux, Peter Chung (http://video1.washingtontimes.com/zadzooks/2007/07/lara_croft_meets_peter_chung_1.html). Others involved in the animated stories include comic book greats Jim Lee, Warren Ellis, Gail Simone and Brian Pulido.

PC Gamers also can sign up through the site to play a free version of Tomb Raider Legends or pay a monthly fee of $9.95 to enjoy Tomb Raider Anniversary, Lara’s other adventures and more than 900 other titles.

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