If you like to read video game novels, this post might be just what you need.
Because in this post, I compiled all of the available video game novels (or graphic novels) that you can buy.
Whether it’s based on the original game, or a whole different story, as long as it has something to do with a video game, it’s here.
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1. .hack//AI buster by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Rei Izumi
A prequel to the .hack legendarium that gives you a full background of the series, the manga follows the story of solo adventurer Albireo and a mysterious red-cloaked non-player character named Lycoris as they find themselves tied together in an “event” that neither can escape.
2. .hack//AI buster 2 by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Rei Izumi
While this does not follow the story of volume 1 directly, the second volume is a collection of five stories that includes Haruka Muzuhara’s Situation, 2nd Character, Wotan’s Spear, Kamui, Rumor, and Firefly.
3. .hack//Another Birth, Vol. 1//INFECTION_ by Miu Kawasaki
A school girl named Akira finds herself wrapped up in a mystery after her brother falls into a coma after playing a video game called “The World.” Not much of a gamer herself – indeed, she is way more focused on her studies and her tennis team than anything else – Akira slowly begins to understand and unravel a mystery in a world very different from her normal experiences.
4. .hack//Another Birth, Vol. 2//MUTATION_ by Miu Kawasaki
Told from the perspective of the character BlackRose, this tale from the lore of .hack, this work explores more of BlackRose’s backstory than was revealed in the games. That said, the other character Kite provides a point of reference for readers that have no knowledge of BlackRose’s history.
5. .hack//Another Birth, Vol. 3//OUTBREAK_ by Miu Kawasaki
This story continues to follow BlackRose and sheds more on her roles as shown in the PS2 game. It also continues the story of Kite while also showing the reader more and more of The World video game and how it works.
6. .hack//Another Birth, Vol. 4//QUARANTINE_ by Miu Kawasaki
The final installment in Akira’s quest for knowledge as to why her brother fell into a coma while playing the game The World, volume four offers readers resolution of BlackRose’s arc as shown here as well as some more background on events in the games.
7. .hack//Legend of the Twilight, Vol. 1 by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Rei Izumi
What happens when you get so good at the online game The World that the devs have to send a debugging team after your squad? That’s the position that Shugo, Rena and their AI, Zefie find themselves in as they face off against the Cobalt Knights.
8. .hack//Legend of the Twilight, Vol. 2 by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Rei Izumi
The squad of Shugo, Rena, and Zefie come to terms with being on the wrong side of The World’s devs as they grapple with their new reality as targets of the debugging team.
9. .hack//Legend of the Twilight, Vol. 3 by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Rei Izumi
The conclusion of the Shugo, Rena, and Zefie saga, volume 3 is by far the largest yet and resolves most all of the plot threads introduced in the first volume while also introducing entirely new ones at the same time.
10. .hack//Cell, Vol. 1 by Ryo Suzukaze and Akira Mutsuki
Midori Shinomura is in the hospital and that is pretty much her entire world – until she learns that she is tied to another woman named Midori in strange, mysterious ways. The only problem is that this other Midori is not from this world and is an inhabitant of the online game The World.
11. .hack//Cell, Vol. 2 by Ryo Suzukaze and Akira Mutsuki
The two Midoris learn more about their combined fates and The World’s Midori learns just how important that it is she uncover more about her shadowy past in order to save the real world Midori from certain doom.
12. .hack//G.U., Vol. 1 by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Yuzuka Morita
Haseo is somewhat of an assassin in online game The World and he’s known for having no mercy but when his friend Shino winds up in a coma, Haseo starts to investigate why and his suspicions land on the game’s world itself as a culprit.
13. .hack//G.U., Vol. 2 by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Yuzuka Morita
Haseo finds his quest to discover what happened to Shino almost at an end when his player character suddenly finds himself facing a level reset and he has to face down powerful foes as a level one character.
14. .hack//G.U., Vol. 3 by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Yuzuka Morita
Haseo finds himself no closer to figuring out exactly what is going on but that isn’t stopping him from grinding his way to the conclusion in this amazing serial from Tatsuya Hamazaki and Yuzuka Morita.
15. .hack//G.U., Vol. 4 by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Yuzuka Morita
Haseo has to not only save Shino and the Lost Ones from their fates but also stop Ovan from changing the backstory of The World which would see him as a god in its lore and give him complete control over the in-game environment.
16. .hack//4koma by Koichi Sumimaru
This is a series of spoofs starring the main characters of the series like BlackRose and Haseo as they and their compatriots are thrown into a variety of comical situations.
17. .hack//Alcor by Amou Kanami and Izumibara Rena
When Nanase’s guildmaster Silabus is endangered, she finds that she has to reevaluate her approach to the game and change up her position in The World or else Silabus is toast.
18. .hack//G.U.+, Vol. 1 by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Yuzuka Morita
New and improved The World R:2 has a threat on the loose and its name is Tri-Edge, a player that takens revenge against Player-Killers like Haseo. But, rather than face him directly, Tri-Edge decides to go after Haseo’s friend Shino instead.
19. .hack//G.U.+, Vol. 2 by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Yuzuka Morita
Haseo is no stranger to threats, but Tri-Edge is something different. Or maybe it is because the whole The World has changed. Welcome to The World R:2, and Player-Killer Haseo finds himself struggling to adjust and protect his friends from danger.
20. .hack//G.U.+, Vol. 3 by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Yuzuka Morita
Things are starting to get weird but also the situation seems to be improving – at least that’s what Haseo thinks as gets his bearings in the new The World R:2.
21. .hack//G.U.+, Vol. 4 by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Yuzuka Morita
Haseo has saved Shino from Ovan and Aida but that doesn’t mean he is finished with The World as he finds himself returning to help out the Lost Ones once again.
22. .hack//G.U.+, Vol. 5 by Tatsuya Hamazaki and Yuzuka Morita
The conclusion to this arc, Haseo finds himself resolved to tie up all of the lose ends in The World and leave it behind once and for all – or maybe not.
23. .hack//XXXX, Vol. 1 by Hiroshi Matsuyama and Megane Kikuya
Kite is saved in The World from certain death at the hands of a monster by the appearance of a mysterious boy who falls into a coma after his encounter. Now it is up to Kite to save him.
24. .hack//XXXX, Vol. 2 by Hiroshi Matsuyama and Megane Kikuya
The conclusion to Kite’s quest, The World throws everything it can at Kite to stop the mystery from being revealed but everything comes full circle in the end anyway.
25. .hack//Link, Vol. 1 by Hiroshi Matsuyama and Megane Kikuya
Tokio Kuryu really loves video games and, after receiving a copy of The World from a mysterious stranger, finds himself wrapped up in a quest alongside Kite to save The World from an evil organization.
26. .hack//Link, Vol. 2 by Hiroshi Matsuyama and Megane Kikuya
Tokio encounters Haseo after saving another player from bullying and finds himself trying to win over Haseo’s friendship to help him in his quest against the evil threatening The World.
27. .hack//Link, Vol. 3 by Hiroshi Matsuyama and Megane Kikuya
Tokio starts to really come into his own as he evolves into the hero he – and The World – need him to be in this conclusion of this arc.
28. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 1 by Kenji Kuroda and Kazuo Maekawa
Welcome to the world of Phoenix Wright, an ace attorney who will take on any case that he can…win. Based on the video game series that debuted on the Nintendo DS from Capcom, this manga follows the extended saga of Phoenix and friends.
29. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 2 by Kenji Kuroda and Kazuo Maekawa
Phoenix Wright and the case of the spider-obsessed recluse Bobby Wolfe who is accused of murder and arson. But is Bobby Wolfe really the culprit behind it all, or is something more sinister lurking in the shadows somewhere. Only Phoenix Wright can his cadre can figure it out in this continuation of Kuroda and Maekawa’s saga.
30. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 3 by Kenji Kuroda and Kazuo Maekawa
A tale involving fortune tellers, murder, and more as Phoenix Wright goes towards the supernatural in this installment of the series. Blaming things on ghosts might be easy, but finding out who is really behind it all might be even more difficult than believing in the unreal.
31. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 4 by Kenji Kuroda and Kazuo Maekawa
A case of killer allergies – or a revenant returned for murder? – only Phoenix Wright can figure it out for sure as Pearl’s stray cat finds itself at the center of a murder trial. Pretty convenient to pin a murder on a stray cat, right? Phoenix Wright agrees and that’s why he sets out to figure out what is really going on here.
32. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 5 by Kenji Kuroda and Kazuo Maekawa
Supernatural fanatic Russi Clover finds herself caught up in another mystery after joining the Cult of Tengu (which promises her super powers, among other things) and one of its rival cult’s members winds up dead! Was it a supernatural force that caused the death or something more down to Earth?
33. Miles Edgeworth: Ace Attorney Investigations 1 by Kenji Kuroda and Kazuo Maekawa
These stories follow Miles Edgeworth, Phoenix Wright’s rival and a master sleuth himself. In this installment, Miles has to unravel the mystery behind a rock superstar’s untimely death. Was it a vengeful former partner, a fan, or something else entirely? Only Phoenix Wright’s arrogant foil knows for sure.
34. Miles Edgeworth: Ace Attorney Investigations 2 by Kenji Kuroda and Kazuo Maekawa
Miles Edgeworth faces off against thieves with a penchant for the high life – namely, jewels and high-class art. Who these thieves are and what their motivations are exactly remain at the heart of Miles’ investigation and one he is more than ready to handle.
35. Miles Edgeworth: Ace Attorney Investigations 3 by Kenji Kuroda and Kazuo Maekawa
When the president of Toy-be ends up dead, there is only one guy out there that can take the case and that is Miles Edgeworth. Again, the culprit is either a vengeful human or an angry spirit but, whoever it is, Miles vows to bring them to justice.
36. Miles Edgeworth: Ace Attorney Investigations 4 by Kenji Kuroda and Kazuo Maekawa
Gumshoe and Edgeworth find themselves trapped in a mountain hotel where a recent fire might have unleashed an ogre that is making the guests’ stay less than pleasant – or at least that’s what the hotel staff wants Miles to believe but he senses a deeper scheme afoot.
37. Alan Wake by Rick Burroughs
The novelization of the video game of the same name, Alan Wake stars the title character and his wife as they vacation to Bright Falls – a kind of Silent Hills without the depressing mining town aesthetic. When an evil force hidden in the lake starts transforming everyone into madmen and Alan Wake’s wife goes missing, there is more than a little bit of a mystery to solve.
38. Prophet Without Honour: Anarchy Online Book One by Ragnar Tørnquist
Basically serving as an introduction to the lore and world of Anarchy Online, Ragnar Tornquist’s book really delves into some of the stuff that sets up the action in the video game and gives players a feel for the ins and outs of Anarchy Online’s lore.
39. Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance by Oliver Bowden
The aristocracy in renaissance Italy uses people as pawns with little regard for what happens to them in the process but one man has become part of the guild of assassin’s and he’s determined to upend their world for forever.
40. Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood by Oliver Bowden
Ezio continues his quest to avenge the da Firenze family from the unscrupulous treatment they received at the hands of Italy’s ruling class. Largely fills in the lore of the video game story, Brotherhood is essential reading for fans of the game.
41. Assassin’s Creed: The Secret Crusade by Oliver Bowden
Journeying through the Holy Land, Altair finds himself on a pilgrimage that will eventually teaches him the meaning of the creed he follows as well as reveals more about the world-spanning conspiracy that features in all of the games. Probably a little heavy for people who are not familiar with the world and lore of Assassin’s Creed, The Secret Crusade does a great job of trying to confine its stories within its own pages as much as possible.
42. Assassin’s Creed: Revelations by Oliver Bowden
Ezio Auditore, a veteran assassin at this point, embarks on a quest to find the library of Altair so that he and the order can have its secrets as well as knowledge about a mystery that would shake the foundations of the world. One of the grandest conspiracy-theory based games available on the market now, Revelations is a ripping good read as well.
43. Assassin’s Creed: Forsaken by Oliver Bowden
This prequel to the game that takes place in the New England colonies, Forsaken follows Connor’s ancestor Templar Grand Master Haytham Kenway finds himself involved in multiple conspiracies and the victim of countless betrayals as these events set up the actions of future games.
44. Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag by Oliver Bowden
Edward Kenway’s goal to become a pirate is interrupted when he gets in between the globe-spanning conflict between the Assassins and the Templars. How he balances his new reality with his own personal talent forms the core of the narrative here.
45. Assassin’s Creed: Unity by Oliver Bowden
Welcome to Paris in 1789 during the French Revolution and follows the story of Arno and Elise as they fight for vengeance while the country is in utter turmoil. Like many of the Assassin’s Creed novels, Unity helps underpin a lot of the lore introduced in the attendant game.
46. Assassin’s Creed: Underworld by Oliver Bowden
The origin story of Henry Green, assassin in Victorian England, who must navigate the ancient order and the changing times brought to society by the industrial revolution. A great novel about how the ancient order of assassins began to modernize and a tale that brings us ever closer to the modern era.
47. Assassin’s Creed: Last Descendants by Matthew J. Kirby
Owen and Monroe explore the mystery behind Owen’s father’s mysterious death and end up getting involved in the Assassins and Templars conflict. Little do they know how much it will change the both of them.
48. Assassin’s Creed: Last Descendants – Tomb of the Khan by Matthew J. Kirby
Owen’s quest continues as he and his friends find themselves and the Trident of Eden embroiled in a conflict between the Assassins and Templars as well as a mystery third group that has yet to reveal itself – or its true intentions.
49. Assassin’s Creed: Last Descendants – Fate of the Gods by Matthew J. Kirby
Owen and his friends form an uneasy alliance with the Templars and the Assassins as they work together to stop Isaiah from unleashing more chaos on the world.
50. Assassin’s Creed: Heresy by Christie Golden
Simon Hathaway discovers that he has an illustrious past as a warrior in France fighting alongside Joan of Arc but what he doesn’t know is that his past life has very real implications for the present and he has to figure out how and why before it is too late.
51. Assassin’s Creed: The Official Movie Novelization by Christie Golden
This is a book version of the movie starring Michael Fassbender and follows Callum Lynch who relives the memories of his ancestor Aguilar, an assassin in 15th century Spain.
52. Assassin’s Creed Origins: Desert Oath by Oliver Bowden
It is 70 BC Egypt and Bayek sets off on a quest to find out why his father went out to stop a killer along the Nile lands and what exactly the Medjay organization is.
53. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: The Official Novelization by Gordon Doherty
Follow Kassandra as she finds herself in a quest that takes place during the war between Athens and Sparta. This book delves into the origins of the assassins and how they figure prominently into world history.
54. Baldur’s Gate: A Novelization by Philip Athans
Troubles have come to the Sword Coast and it involves some group interrupting the work at the iron mines – a critical resource to the economy and in general. This is the novelization of the fantasy PC game of the same name.
55. Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn by Philip Athans
When the followers of Bhaal plot to bring him back to life it is up to some brave souls to not only stop this from happening but also prevent his followers in general.
56. Baldur’s Gate II: Throne of Bhaal by Drew Karpyshyn
The Children of Bhaal are put on a war footing as they find themselves hunted by nearly every faction in Faerun but that only feeds their drive to fulfill their goal of resurrecting their leader once and for all. A great background read for fans of the games, Throne of Bhaal is also great for people who have no idea what Baldur’s Gate is all about.
57. Batman: Arkham Knight – The Riddler’s Gambit by Alex Irvine
The prequel to the video game of the same name, this world sees a Gotham City without the joker and the power struggle within the ranks of the mad psychos that dominate the metro underworld is manipulated by none other than the Riddler to help bring him to total power.
58. Batman: Arkham Knight: The Official Novelization by Marv Wolfman
Gotham City isn’t the same without the Joker – it’s worse. As the villains of the Batman pantheon compete with one another in who can unleash the most chaos on the populace it is the Scarecrow that plots something truly awful in the shadows that would kill or drive most of the city’s population insane.
59. Battlefield 3: The Russian by Andy McNab and Peter Grimsdale
Dima Mayakovsky tried to leave his former life as a member of Russia’s elite special forces unit the Spetsnaz behind him but he is drawn back into the murky world of international politics in order to stop a very dangerous man in Tehran. Fulfilling his duty to his motherland once again, Dima delves back into an environment all too familiar but still very deadly.
60. Battlefield 4: Countdown to War by Peter Grimsdale
Laszlo Kovic is leading a crack team of marines near the border between North Korea and China with the hope of bringing a top DPRK nuclear scientist out of the Hermit Kingdom but, little does he know, the squad falls straight into a trap and Kovic has to figure out how everything went sideways – and quickly.
61. BioShock: Rapture by John Shirley
The story of Andrew Ryan and the founding of Rapture as a kind of libertarian utopia under the seas. Riffing on the themes of skepticism of big government as well as period fears of encroaching communism, this book explores the philosophical and social foundations of Rapture to help situate the reader for the video game. Whether you’ve played it or not, Rapture stands on its own as a book about a utopian vision that promises the world but begins to crack as soon as it hits the sunlight.
62. BioShock Infinite: Mind in Revolt by Joe Fielder and Ken Levine
Learn more about the history of the sky city Columbia and the people who live there in this book that establishes a lot of the backstory and lore of the BioShock Infinite game’s main location. Did you ever wonder why Columbia floats or what the dynamics of society in BioShock Infinite were like? This book gives you that information.
63. Borderlands: The Fallen by John Shirley
Zac is looking for treasure in the dangerous wilds of the Borderlands and he needs Roland’s help to keep himself and his family safe – as well as complete his quest. Based in the world of the video game, Borderlands is a completely original novel that uses a lot of the themes of the games.
64. Borderlands: Unconquered by John Shirley
Gynella is using some pretty dark science to take control over an army of psychos willing to do her bidding and there are only four people who stand in her way: Mordecai, Roland, Daphne, and Brick, who must reprise their roles as the wild’s best and brightest to stop an imminent threat to everything.
65. Borderlands: Gunsight by John Shirley
The outpost of Gunsight on the planet of Pandora has two unlikely visitors in the form of Mordecai and Daphne who find themselves quickly caught up in something local and deeper than both of them could ever have imagined.
66. Bot Colony by Eugene Joseph
An espionage story starring human-like robots from the Nakagawa Corporation in this pseudo-cyberpunk world of robotics and human drama.
67. Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway by John Antal
War is hell but at least you have your family. That’s the theme of this tale of triumph and trial based on the lore of the video game.
68. Brute Force: Betrayals by Dean Wesley Smith
Elite squads of warriors keep the Confederation of Allied Worlds functioning smoothly but what happens when politics poisons the ranks?
69. Command & Conquer: Tiberium Wars by Keith R. A. DeCandido
The Global Defense Initiative and Brotherhood of Nod bring their fight over the world’s most precious resource, Tiberium, to a head as each seeks to dominate it and, in effect, control the world. Heavily based on the lore of the video games, Tiberium Wars does a good job of explaining what exactly the do-it-all resource Tiberium does in the world and why it is so coveted.
70. Crimson Skies by Eric Nylund, Michael B. Lee, Nancy Berman, and Eric S. Trautmann
Imagine a version of the United States where highways are unsafe for travel and flying aces have to use biplanes to deliver goods and people to and fro. That’s the premise of Crimson Skies and it’s a really compelling conceit from beginning to end.
71. Crimson Skies: Wings of Fortune: Pirate’s Gold by Stephen Kenson
War has come to the world of the Crimson Skies and things will never be the same again as what was once a local conflict is now global. An awesome alternative history read that takes conventions we know and gives them a slight twist to make them something different.
72. Crimson Skies: Wings of Justice: Rogue Flyer by Loren L. Coleman
The broken world of this alternative 1930s America sees the skies still dominated by airplanes but everything is becoming bigger, faster, and way more destructive than ever before.
73. Crusader Kings II: Tales of Treachery by Steven Savile and Others
Winners of the Crusader Kings II short story contest compile their work into one volume.
74. Crysis: Legion by Peter Watts
A private army controls a Manhattan infested by a race of bio-organice machines with plague-like characteristics.
75. Crysis: Escalation by Gavin Smith
This book explores the background lore of many of the most popular characters from the Crysis video game.
76. Dante’s Inferno by Dante Alighieri and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The various levels of hell are filled with famous artists, philosophers, and figures from history in this allegorical classic from the renaissance.
77. Darksiders: The Abomination Vault by Ari Marmell
Taking place ages before the games, the horsemen of the Apocalypse, Death and War, find themselves tasked with stopping a rogue outfit from finding the Abominable Vault.
78. Dead Island by Mark Morris
The tropical island of Banoi is overrun with zombies in this horror thriller that takes the events of the game and puts it into a novelization form. If you wanted to capture the terror of the game in novel format, you can’t really get much better than Dead Island.
79. Dead Space by Antony Johnston and Ben Templesmith
P-SEC Sgt. Abraham Neumann finds himself aboard a ship where a plague is killing people then resurrecting them as terrifying creatures in this space thriller that combines elements of horror and conspiracy for a survival saga deep in space.
80. Dead Space: Martyr by Brian Evenson
Michael Altman is chosen as the bearer of the message of the Black Marker – if only he knew what that actually meant. Drawn to the source, Michael has to figure out what to do with the discovery.
81. Dead Space: Salvage by Antony Johnston and Christopher Shy
A graphic novel compilation anticipating the release of the third game in the Dead Space trilogy.
82. Dead Space: Catalyst by Brian Evenson
The discovery of the Black Marker has profoundly changed humanity and even brought it to the brink of extinction. Fans of Dead Space need to add this to their library but it is amazingly good dark sci-fi on its own.
83. Dead Space: Liberation by Ian Edginton and Christoper Shy
Earthgov is working around the clock to uncover the mystery of the markers and their locations in this prequel to the video games.
84. Defender: Hyperswarm by Tim Waggoner
Based on the video game of the same name, Defender pilot Mei Kyoto is called back into action once again when a new threat from space appears.
85. Descent by Peter Telep
The drones in the off-world mining colony have turned on their masters and are wreaking havoc in their wake. Based on Microsoft’s wild 3D first-person shooter, Descent explains what exactly has got the mining robots upset and why it all matters.
86. Descent: Stealing Thunder by Peter Telep
The Post Terran Mining Corporation continues to grapple with the renegade drone threat that could end the company’s existence once and for all.
87. Descent: Equinox by Peter Telep
The technological apocalypse has spread throughout the colonies of humanity and could be the end of civilization as everyone knows it.
88. Deus Ex: Icarus Effect by James Swallow
Welcome to a world of endless augmentation that offers the potential for limitless possibilities. Don’t worry, though, because everything has strings attached and someone is always pulling them in this neo-noir cyberpunk thriller.
89. Deus Ex: Black Light by James Swallow
The Aug Incident has made life a lot more difficult for augmented citizens and it seems like the haves and the have nots are finally setting themselves up for a conflict that could tear society to the foundations.
90. Devil May Cry, Volume 1 by Shin-ya Goikeda
Tony’s life is permanently changed after he meets the mysterious swordsman Gliver and works with him to solve a nefarious crime. Crazy and off the wall like the stories in the game, the Devil May Cry manga is definitely its own thing when it comes to narrative trajectory.
91. Devil May Cry, Volume 2 by Shin-ya Goikeda
Taking place between the first and the second games, the mystery introduced in volume one begins to gain resolution as more of the world of Devil May Cry is revealed.
92. Devil May Cry 3: Code 1: Dante by Suguro Chayamachi
Dante decides to handle a missing child case that has him revisiting his own personal history with his father and how this has impacted his identity.
93. Devil May Cry 3: Code 2: Vergil by Suguro Chayamachi
Arkham explains to Vergil the significance of the seven seals and what they’re shattering would mean for the world.
94. Diablo: Legacy of Blood by Richard A. Knaak
The sorceress Galiona is leading a demented warlord on a quest for cursed but powerful armor but little does anyone know that the armor has its own plans as well as its own chosen bearer.
95. Diablo: The Black Road by Mel Odom
Darrick Lang returns to his home of Bramwell but everything is changed and not for the better. Sensing some kind of dark energy afoot, Darrick begins to unravel the mystery of what is plaguing his home but he might wish he never had.
96. Diablo: The Kingdom of Shadow by Richard A. Knaak
The quest to find the mysterious shadow city of Ureh takes a band of adventurers on a dark and perilous journey. Riffing on the basics of the game to tell a story, The Kingdom of Shadow is your standard sword and sorcery fare but with all of the awesome Diablo aesthetics that we know and love.
97. Diablo: Moon of the Spider by Richard A. Knaak
Lord Aldric Jitan is attempting to awaken an ancient evil in Tristram and bend its powers towards his own diabolical ends.
98. Diablo Archive by Richard A. Knaak, Mel Odom, and Robert B. Marks
A collection of four novels from the Diablo series of books collated into one volume including Legacy of Blood, the Black Road, the Kingdom of Shadow, and Demonsbane.
99. Diablo: Birthright by Richard A. Knaak
The story of a man, Uldyssian, who receives great powers some 3,000 years prior to the Sin Wars depicted in the first Diablo video game. Uldyssian not only has to navigate his new powers but also maintain his humanity at the same time.
100. Diablo: Scales of the Serpent by Richard A. Knaak
Uldyssian and Inarius are caught up in a struggle of religions and views on how the world should be run as each grapples with Uldyssian’s amazing powers and their potential impact on the world.