Book of Cain Signing on January 7th


Got your book? Want to get some signatures on it? Chris Metzen, Micky Neilson, Flint Dille and artist Mark Gibbons will be taking part in a book signing in Los Angeles on 7 January.

If you have been keeping up with the Big Blue’s news lately, then you may have heard about a little product called the Book of Cain. This definitive Diablo source book compounds the franchise’s major lore with stunning artwork provided by many of the industry’s greatest illustrators.

Heavyweights like; John Howe, Alan Lee, Gerald Brom, Ian McCaig and Adrian Smith to name a few. And also our very own Red Knuckle Welshman, Mark Gibbons!

To celebrate the release, the authors of the book (Chris Metzen, Micky Neilson and Flint Dille) together with artist Mark Gibbons have set up a panel and signing in a Los Angeles book store. Here are the details:

Date: Saturday January 7, 2012

Time: 2:00 PM

Location: Book Soup – 8818 Sunset Boulevard – West Hollywood, CA 90069

Want to meet the Thundergod and the Red Knuckle in person? Here’s your chance!

Thanks fmulder and Sons of the Storm.

 

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  1. Ordered my signed copy from the Book Soup website. 35 bones for a signed copy, totally worth it! 😀

  2. Deckard Cain Elder should be signing that. Stop stealing his work Blizz !

  3. Why do all of the cool companies have to be hopelessly too far from my state?

    All I have in MN is…   uh… exactly.

  4. I don’t mean to be crass but i do wonder…  why so many followups and much excitement over a small side dish story book to the main attraction?  Maybe I underestimate the zeal of the typical diablo fan but I did play and love the first two games.

    • Well, on one hand, the book itself is quite well manufactured and is made to appear like an in-game item. 
      It’s not some quickly thought-out paperback.  

      It’s also got several incredible artists and storywriters behind it to make it appealing to the eye and to the mind.

      The book summarizes all of the Diablo lore into one volume and adds some new content such as the info about the Black Soulstone to boot.  It’s only $20 dollars, and it’s something to talk about while we wait.

  5. Who would trash such a wonderful piece of art like that?

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