Diablo is Getting a Four-Part Comic Series
The minions of hell are growing stronger.
By Chris Morse
A couple weeks ago, Blizzard teased that there are multiple Diablo projects in the works. One of those turned out to be Diablo III for the Nintendo Switch, as pretty much everybody expected, and there may even be a Diablo IV in the works, but how about in other media? Blizzard has announced that the dungeon-crawling franchise is getting its own four-part comic series that will release via comiXology. Check out the announcement post below.
Zealous crusaders and scholars discover dark secrets about the origins of their world! Will their faith survive these revelations?— Diablo (@Diablo) August 21, 2018
Part one of our four-part @Diablo comic is coming on November 7th from @comixology! Learn more: https://t.co/oaMS9uiDuI pic.twitter.com/IbgZXrS9JE
The new series already has a product page for the first edition, which reveals its price and release date. This comic will be available on November 7th for $3.99 and is listed with the following description.
Blizzard's beloved video game series blazes its way back onto the comics page!
Zealous crusaders and scholars discover dark secrets about the origins of their world! Will their faith survive these revelations?
From Eisner Hall of Fame inductee Marv Wolfman, creator of Blade and Master of the Tomb of Dracula. Atmospheric art by horror master Piotr Kowalski (Bloodborne, The Dark Tower).
The cover art as shown above is not yet final, but this certainly still serves as a pretty nice preview of what fans can expect when they get their hands on the first issue of this Diablo series. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below or on social media.
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