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The Warcraft '''manga'''[http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/story/index.html#lore] is a line of comics from various artists (including Korean-language [[wikipedia:manga|manga]], or [[wikipedia:manhwa|manhwa]]). So far several series have been released.
 
The Warcraft '''manga'''[http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/story/index.html#lore] is a line of comics from various artists (including Korean-language [[wikipedia:manga|manga]], or [[wikipedia:manhwa|manhwa]]). So far several series have been released.

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The Warcraft manga[2] is a line of comics from various artists (including Korean-language manga, or manhwa). So far several series have been released.

Warcraft: The Sunwell Trilogy

  • Volume 1: Dragon Hunt
    • The Prey of Harkyn Grymstone
    • Pursued
    • Dar'khan
    • Legacy of the Sunwell
    • Tarren Mill
    • Against the Scourge
  • Volume 2: Shadows of Ice
    • Terror on the Mountain
    • Baron Mordis
    • Caverns of the Dead
    • The Dwellers beneath
    • The Orb of Ner'zhul
    • Death on the Mountain
  • Volume 3: Ghostlands
    • The Nightmare Plains
    • Master of the Dead
    • Cry of the Banshee
    • Dark Reunion
    • Edge of the Abyss
    • Fire and Fury

...I was only familar with Jae-Hwan's work from the visceral King of Hell series, it was clear from the get-go that his super detailed (yet totally gritty) art style would capture the Warcraft feel perfectly. Translating Warcraft's over-the-top hyper proportionate art style to the 'manga style' was tricker than one might think - but Mr. Kim made it look effortless. Now, I know I'm a bit biased, but I think this book is one of the most strikingly illustrated manga series on the market today.
- Chris Metzen, from the Afterword, in the Sunwell Trilogy Ultimate Edition.

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World of Warcraft: The Dragons of Outland trilogy

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This article or section contains lore taken from the Warcraft manga or comics.

The Dragons of Outland is an original English manga written by Richard Knaak and illustrated by Kim Jae-Hwan taking place in the Warcraft universe. The Dragons of Outland is Volume 1 in Shadow Wing.[1]

Description

Acclaimed writer Richard A. Knaak and superstar artist Jae-Hwan Kim are teaming up once again! TOKYOPOP and Blizzard are proud to announce Warcraft: Dragons of Outland -- the thrilling continuation of Warcraft: The Sunwell Trilogy.

At the end of Warcraft: The Sunwell Trilogy, blue dragon Tyrygosa and human paladin Jorad Mace left the Ghostlands... but on their way to Jorad's destination, the two are drawn through a dark portal and into Outland. ... where they encounter a group of dragons unlike any Tyri has ever seen. Observing all of this is Ragnok Bloodreaver, a mysterious death knight with a dark agenda ...[2]

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  • Korean-language manga or manhwa are comics produced by Korean comic artists. Their style varies from that of Japanese manga (Japanese comics) and western comics. Blizzard and Tokyopop markets all of its original English language manhwa as manga, as the term is well established in its target audience market and manhwa is not.

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