BlizzCon 2011: Insight Editions to Unveil Diablo III: Book of Cain
Insight Editions will unveil the Diablo III: Book of Cain to BlizzCon attendees. You can find Insight Editions on the west side of Hall B at Booth B207.
BlizzCon Attendees who come by the Insight Editions booth will find out more about the book, and be able to win a piece of art commissioned for the Diablo III: Book of Cain and signed by artist Brom.
Jinx and Epic Weapons are next to their booth — don’t forget to check them out too.
Epic Weapons will unveil the Doomhammer Replica, and J!NX will have the Tyrael Hoodie most likely.
For reference check out our recent articles on those topics:
- Diablo III: Book of Cain (New York Comic Con 2011)
- Epic Weapons Doomhammer Replica
- Jinx Tyrael Hoodies (SDCC 2011)
Update: Nice sneak peek to behold. The Book of Cain contains continuity from Richard A. Knaak’s The Sin War Trilogy. Those wondering who Kalan is, this is the name Uldyssian’s brother Mendeln is known as after the events of the Sin War. Mendeln (Kalan) became the founder of the Necromancers, and among the very few who kept his memories after the Angiris Council wiped the memories of humanity at the end of the Sin War.
One of the images reveals that Inarius originally stole the Worldstone from the Pandemonium Fortress. Through unknown means, Inarius used the worldstone to open a dimensional pocket to create Sanctuary within, thus cloaking Sanctuary from the sight of the Eternal Conflict.
Gallery Books will release the hardcover compiling the trilogy this upcoming December 2011, add it to your wishlist and pre-order Diablo: The Sin War Archive.
Order your copy of Diablo III: Book of Cain while supplies last.
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