The move comes after EA announced plans to become a major force in Hollywood as it bids to take its games into other forms of entertainment media.
The first issue of the comic book, which will be written by scriptwriter Rhianna Pratchett and illustrated by Matthew Don Smith, will be distributed at the Comic Con International in San Diego.
"Rhianna and DICE have created an amazing game with a great backstory," said Hank Kanalz, VP and general manager for developer WildStorm.
"The characters have really come alive in the game, and we are pleased that we will be able to add to the canon of the Mirror's Edge universe with this project."
EA claims the forthcoming Mirror's Edge video game will offer a "revolutionary new take on the first-person action adventure category".
The title features new heroine Faith, who engages in combat, chases and puzzles in a world that offers "a never-before-seen sense of movement and perspective".
Discussing the game, senior producer Owen O’Brien said: “We want to change the way that players are able to move in first person. No more restrictions, no more being blocked by simple barriers such as walls and fences. We want to enable the player to move like a real person, with the ability to run, jump, vault and slide in a way that has never been seen before in a first person game."
Mirror's Edge will be released for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. An official UK release date has yet to be announced.