Book of Cain
April 14, 2012
The guys at Playerscut in Korea recently had the chance to sit down with one of the writers on the Book of Cain, Micky Neilson, now that the book has launched in Korea. Micky takes part in a fun Yes/No interview with the Playerscut team playing the part of Deckard Cain as they probe him for more info on the game and lore.
March 6, 2012
January 9, 2012
Blizzard’s artists held a the Book of Cain signing yesterday afternoon, January 7, 2012, at Book Soup in West Hollywood, California. Thanks to site contributer Nizaris we’ve got a first hand report and some pictures. Nizaris reports that the event was fun and that the artists seemed happy to be there meeting the fans. There wasn’t a huge turn out, but a good number of people showed up to get their books signed and meet some of the artists behind the project.
January 3, 2012
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.
December 16, 2011
Kotaku has posted an article based on a conversation with Chris Metzen about the just-released Book of Cain. The piece gets the release date wrong, (likely due to Amazon.com’s “out of stock” date) but there are some nice tidbits from Metzen about the creation or the book, Blizzard’s possible plans for creating similar books to cover the lore and history of SC and Warcraft, and more. Here’s a quote:
December 14, 2011
Readers have noted that Amazon.com’s release date for the Book of Cain has been delayed again, to early January. The book itself has not been backed up though; it’s apparently just a supply problem for Amazon on their reorders. Books shipped on time and many retailers are selling them right now, plus Blizzard will start selling them via their online store shortly.
December 13, 2011
December 11, 2011
GamePlanetNZ has posted a lengthy interview with Chris Metzen, in which he answers numerous questions about the oft-delayed loregasm, the Book of Cain. (New Amazon.com release date: January 10, 2012.) It’s a nice read with a lot of info about the merch item itself, plus the Diablo game lore and creative process.