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Below is the list of World of Warcraft comics and graphic novels. There are 10 comics related to the game franchise.

There is a single comic related to the Warcraft film universe and three for Hearthstone.

World of Warcraft: The Comic series[]

Dark Riders[]


World of Warcraft: Ashbringer mini-series[]

World of Warcraft: Curse of the Worgen mini-series[]

Warcraft Saga[]

Pearl of Pandaria[]

World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor[]

World of Warcraft: Legion[]

World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth[]

  1. Jaina: Reunion
  2. Magni: The Speaker
  3. Windrunner: Three Sisters
  4. Mechagon

Warcraft film comic[]

Icon-film-40x16 This section concerns content exclusive to the Warcraft film universe and is considered non-canon.


Hearthstone This section contains information exclusive to Hearthstone and is considered non-canon.

Other series[]

  • Wildstorm intended to release another Warcraft comic series during 2009. It is unknown whether this would have been a mini-series akin to Ashbringer or a fully fledged series in its own right.[1] This could also have been the canceled World of Warcraft: Lich King series.
  • 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".[2] This was later revealed to be Pearl of Pandaria, which had a history stretching back a number of years before finally being published.
  • World of Warcraft: Alliance and World of Warcraft: Horde were planned series that ultimately became the Dark Riders and Bloodsworn comics.[3]


  1. ^ Joystiq 2009-02-07. Wildstorm to launch StarCraft comic; second World of Warcraft comic coming. Retrieved on 2009-02-10.
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  3. ^ Micky Neilson on Twitter: "There were plans to do 2 series, Alliance/Horde. They became the graphic novels."