DC Comics World of Warcraft: Dark Riders Graphic Novel Goes Digital

The DC Comics World of Warcraft: Dark Riders graphic novel by Mike Costa (Author) and Neil Googe (Illustrator) has gone digital today. The twin graphic novel, Bloodsworn went digital yesterday (check it out).

Below the video you can see which devices are compatible. Includes Kindle devices, PC/Mac internet browsers, iPad and Android tablets. The video below shows you where to view Dark Riders on your internet browser.

World of Warcraft: Dark Riders was delivered today to the following compatible Kindle devices.

Kindle e-Readers


  • Kindle Paperwhite

  • Kindle

  • Kindle Touch

  • Kindle Keyboard

Kindle Fire Tablets


  • Kindle Fire HDX 8.9"

  • Kindle Fire HDX

  • Kindle Fire HD(2nd Generation)

  • Kindle Fire HD(1st Generation)

  • Kindle Fire(2nd Generation)

  • Kindle Fire(1st Generation)


Free Kindle Reading Apps


  • Kindle for Windows 8

  • Kindle Cloud Reader

  • Kindle for Android Phones

  • Kindle for Android Tablets

  • Kindle for iPad

Description

world-of-warcraft-dark-riders-coverA brand-new original graphic novel featuring characters from the bestselling video game franchise, World of Warcraft!

A stalwart mage searches for a powerful artifact, stolen by dark riders, only to find his son accused of murder. A righteous priest, driven by a mysterious fervor, investigates a savage Wolf Cult. As the paths of these two men join, a fantastic adventure emerges! Supported by a cast of brave heroes, the two find out just how dangerous the wolf cult and dark riders are.

File Size: 94252 KB
Print Length: 144 pages
Publisher: DC Comics (May 13, 2014)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English
ASIN: B00CLVLGCM

 

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