Blizzard Entertainment today announced the creation of a book-publishing label, Blizzard Publishing, dedicated to developing and releasing new Blizzard publications and reissuing out-of-print titles in the company’s Warcraft®, StarCraft®, and Diablo® settings, directly and through ongoing global partnerships.

The new label will “help maintain the lore and legacy of the company’s earliest novels and manga,” and also give fans new ways to dig into the studio’s hugely popular worlds and characters. First out of the gate will be previously published novels and manga such as:

Blizzard Legends:

  • Warcraft: The Last Guardian by Jeff Grubb
  • Warcraft: Lord of the Clans by Christie Golden
  • World of Warcraft: Rise of the Horde by Christie Golden

Blizzard Manga:

  • Warcraft Legends: Volume One, with stories by Richard A. Knaak, Dan Jolley, and Jae-Hwan Kim
  • Warcraft Legends: Volume Two, with stories by Richard A. Knaak, Dan Jolley, and Aaron Sparrow

Blizzard Publishing will offer multiple formats, such as print, audiobook, and e-books.

Blizzard Entertainment is Orange County’s largest software maker, with about 2,000 local employees and 2015 revenue of $1.56 billion.

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