The original comic series leaned it's focus more towards the Alliance rather than the Horde. In response Wildstorm intended to spinoff a Horde series and continue the original series as an Alliance centric comic begining with issue 26. This has since been cancelled, however, in favor of releasing the stories in graphic novel form instead.
Ashbringer mini-series Edit
- World of Warcraft: Ashbringer
- Issue 1: Beginnings and Ends
Wildstorm intended to launch a new Horde title to complement the World of Warcraft ongoing series, which came into a wrap-up in issue 25, triggering the split of the World of Warcraft comic book into two titles with the new Horde title spinoff hitting newsstands on January 2010. This has since been cancelled, however, in favor of releasing the stories in graphic novel form instead.This section concerns content exclusive to Wrath of the Lich King.
Curse of the Worgen mini-series EditThis section concerns content exclusive to Cataclysm.
Mists of Pandaria mini-series EditThis section concerns content exclusive to Mists of Pandaria.
Warlords of Draenor digital animation EditThis section concerns content exclusive to Warlords of Draenor.
- Lords of War - technically this is an animation, but it is very close to just an animated comic
- Magni: Fault Lines
- Nightborne: Twilight of Suramar
- Highmountain: A Mountain Divided
- Anduin: Son of the Wolf
Battle for Azeroth digital mini-series EditThis section concerns content exclusive to Battle for Azeroth.
Alliance series graphic novels Edit
Horde series graphic novels Edit
Other series Edit
- Wildstorm intended to release another Warcraft comic series during 2009. It is unknown whether this would be a mini-series akin to Ashbringer or a fully fledged series in its own right.
- This planned series could have been the now left on ice with only World of Warcraft: Lich King.
- Wildstorm once released information on a product called "Panderans" but quickly removed it, as the information was inaccurate. They planned on putting up details on the correct product "in a few months" (from September, 2009).
- ^ a b Richard George 2009-12-19. Warcraft, Starcraft Comics Find New Format. IGN.
- ^ Medievaldragon 2009-07-26. SDCC 2009: Wildstorm to Launch a World of Warcraft Horde Title. Blizzplanet.
- ^ Joystiq 2009-02-07. Wildstorm to launch StarCraft comic; second World of Warcraft comic coming. Retrieved on 2009-02-10.
- ^ http://www.scrollsoflore.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5246
See also Edit
- Release dates