|December 20, 2016|
|Winston's Journey to the West|
Tracer: Reflections is the tenth Overwatch comic.
Description[edit | edit source]
In "Reflections," the holidays have arrived at Overwatch, and everybody is heading home to spend time with the ones closest to them. Meanwhile, a massive snowstorm has turned King's Row into a winter wonderland, catching Tracer in the middle of an important mission, while at Watchpoint: Gibraltar, Winston contemplates the past year and the one to come.
Featured Characters[edit | edit source]
- Lena Oxton
- Minor characters
- Ana Amari
- Fareeha Amari
- Bastion (pictured)
- Olivia Colomar
- Jamison Fawkes
- Amélie Lacroix
- Brigitte Lindholm
- Ingrid Lindholm
- Torbjörn Lindholm
- Jesse McCree
- Jack Morrison
- Gabriel Reyes
- Mako Rutledge
- Lúcio Correia dos Santos (pictured)
- Genji Shimada
- Hanzo Shimada
- Hana Song (pictured)
- Reinhardt Wilhelm
- Satya Vaswani (pictured)
- Dr. Harold Winston (pictured)
- Aleksandra Zaryanova (pictured)
- Tekhartha Zenyatta
- Mei-Ling Zhou (pictured)
- Angela Ziegler
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This is the first Overwatch comic to feature in some way all the heroes that are currently playable in the game.
- The comic was the first to show any of the playable characters being in a current romantic relationship, notably Tracer with her girlfriend Emily, and Torbjörn with Ingrid.
- Also, the comic confirmed Tracer being a lesbian, making her the first LGBT character in the playable cast.
- The comic was banned in Russia owing to its lesbian kiss, which violated Russian federal law.
- In response to a question about the children being read stories to by Reinhardt, the official Overwatch Twitter account stated that they are Torbjörn's. Michael Chu has since clarified that most of the children are actually Torbjörn's grandchildren.
References[edit | edit source]
- Overwatch: Anthology Volume 1. Amazon, accessed on 2017-05-17
- 2016-12-20, Overwatch Digital Comic: "Reflections" Battle.net, accessed on 2016-12-20
- 2017-4-5, Making Tracer more than her sexuality was important for the Overwatch team Polygon.com, accessed on 2017-4-5
- 2016-12-20, @PlayOverwatch: "They're Torb's" Twitter. Accessed on 2017-11-27.
- 2017-11-08, Michael Chu: "If you're referring to their appearance in Reflections, the younger ones are his grandchildren." Twitter. Accessed on 2017-11-27.