Blizzard Creative Team Signing Diablo III: Book of Cain at Book Soup, Los Angeles on Jan.7.2012

Originally posted Dec 16: A reminder to those living within or around Los Angeles.

Insight Editions just informed me that Chris Metzen, Flint Dille, Mickey Neilson, and Mark Gibbons (Red Knuckle, Sons of the Storm) have scheduled a book signing event in Los Angeles at the Book Soup.

I was informed by a Book Soup representative there will be a brief panel discussing Diablo III: Book of Cain prior to the signing session. It’d be recommendable to arrive a bit earlier so you don’t miss that.

In October, Diablo III: Book of Cain became Amazon.com # 1 Best Selling Graphic Novel — two months before the book was even on sale. Its popularity is due to being an official Diablo universe source book with artwork from the following artists:

  • Brom (Blizzard Entertainment Artist)
  • Mark Gibbons (aka Red Knuckle, Blizzard Entertainment Artist)
  • Jim Gurney
  • John Howe
  • Alan Lee
  • Iain McCaig
  • Jean-Baptiste Monge
  • Adrian Smith
  • Petar Meseldzija

Find out more about the artists here. Read more about Diablo III: Book of Cain in our BlizzCon 2011: Diablo III Lore Panel transcript.

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Note: The Diablo III: Book of Cain has to be purchased at Book Soup, onsite, in order to get it signed. The receipt will act as your line ticket at Book Soup.

Date: Saturday-January 7th, 2012
Time: 2:00 PM

Location

Book Soup (Google Map)
8818 Sunset Blvd.
W. Hollywood CA 90069

Free parking behind the store via Nellas St.
telephone: 310.659.3110

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