July 25, 2014
March 14, 2014
August 11, 2013
Fmulder regularly finds amusing Diablo-related images and posts them as Caption This threads in our forums. He’s done 20 so far this year and while we should feature them on the main page more often… we often leave them for a forum treat. His newest Caption This thread I had to post though, since I spent a good minute laughing at how awesomely-bizarre an image it was.
June 1, 2012
March 28, 2011
We haven’t run ain a while, and though I was saving this piece of CGI D2 fan art for a future all-furry fan art update, it’s just too good not to present on its own. The image features feline-style furry versions of the Amazon and Assassin, in armor (of a sort) as they await the arrival of an enemy.
December 6, 2010
October 18, 2010
For this Blizzcon week, how about a Caption This from last year’s show? These three guys in their cow suits were a highlight of the event, and yes, it worked much better with three of them. Just one guy would have been odd, though “Cow King?” jokes would at least have resulted. It’s a pity there weren’t like, 15 of them. That would have been truly awesome, as they could have swarmed around any other Diablo cosplayer they saw, and left behind only bones.
October 12, 2010
Our last Caption This featured the Diablo I Warrior, and it generated the most captions we’ve ever had in a non-contest . This week we’re going to continue that wayback theme with concept art for a class that quite a few of us expect to see the Diablo III version of, in just a couple of weeks. The [d2W]Rogue[/d2W]!
September 20, 2010
We’re going old school with this week’s caption this; it’s the Diablo I Warrior sketched by Chris Metzen, back in his concept art days. Besides looking hecka cool, with the hourglass figure and like, the biggest hatchet ever, check out that shoulder pad. It’s nearly WoW-esque in its pauldronage!
September 15, 2010
Monday’s Caption This featured a three-panel series of Cain cinematic concept art, as he reacted to the incoming meteor. Quite a few of the reader-suggested captions took the natural comic strip rhythm and included lines for each panel, and as I read over them I realized they really should be presented in the traditional LOLcat format, which I like to call DiabLOLs. So I hopped into Photoshop, pasted in the captions, uploaded them to the new D3 Humor gallery, and here they are.