Dark Horse and Blizzard Entertainment have joined together to publish The Art of Overwatch, The Art of Overwatch Limited Edition, and Overwatch: Anthology, Volume 1. These are the latest additions to Dark Horse and Blizzard Entertainment’s line of critically acclaimed publications, preceded by World of Warcraft Chronicle (volumes I and II) and a series of Overwatch digital comics.
The Art of Overwatch explores the creative process behind one of the most popular first-person-shooter games of all time! Filled with never-before-seen art as well as commentary provided by the game’s development team, this book is sure to please any Overwatch player. The 9” x 12” hardcover contains over 300 pages and retails for $49.99.
The Art of Overwatch Limited Edition comes packaged in a beautiful clamshell box with magnetic clasps and includes an acetate slipcover featuring one of the game’s most iconic heroes, Tracer. The book also comes with two portfolios containing a total of three prints chosen by the Overwatch team. The 9” x 12” limited edition hardcover contains over 300 pages and retails for $100.00.
Overwatch: Anthology, Volume 1 is a hardcover collection of the first twelve issues of Blizzard Entertainment’s Overwatch comics, written and illustrated by a creative team including Matt Burns, Michael Chu, Robert Brooks, Micky Neilson, Nesskain, Bengal, and more. Whether you’re an Overwatch novice or a Grandmaster, this glimpse into the backstories of many of the game’s heroes is an essential companion. Containing over 140 pages, the Overwatch Anthology, Volume 1 hardcover retails for $19.99.
The Art of Overwatch and The Art of Overwatch Limited Edition go on sale October 24, 2017, and Overwatch: Anthology, Volume 1 goes on sale October 10, 2017.
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