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REVIEW: Hammer and Bolter: In the Garden of Ghosts

In the latest episode of Hammer and Bolter, In the Garden of Ghosts, we get a look into the life of the Craftworld Eldar across three timelines in a Warlock’s life. It’s a quiet...

REVIEW: Hammer and Bolter: A Question of Faith

In A Question of Faith–what I’d consider to be the best episode of Hammer and Bolter so far–Elena and Agatha, the last two Sisters of Battle alive to protect the tomb of the Martyr, wait...

REVIEW: Hammer and Bolter Episode 4: Fangs

In episode 4 of Warhammer TV’s Hammer and Bolter, Fangs, we finally get to my favourite 40k faction, the Space Wolves space marines. On the death world of Fenris three veteran Space Wolves sit around...

REVIEW: Hammer and Bolter: Old Bale Eye

In Old Bale Eye, the latest episode of Warhammer+’s Hammer and Bolter, an orc leader (a “Nob”) tells two of his boys the story of when the ork warlord Gaskull Thraka took on Old...

REVIEW: Hammer and Bolter: Bound for Greatness

In Bound for Greatness Adept Neath counts books at an Imperial librarium. He’s not allowed to read. He’s not allowed to talk. His job is one of repetitive boredom, and of commitment to the...

REVIEW: Hammer and Bolter: Death’s Hand

In Deaths Hand, the first episode of Hanmer and Bolter released on the new Warhammer+ platform, Inquisitor Kiamoro’s death has been foretold, and he’ll do just about anything to stop it. He’ll kill sanctioned...

What to read when you need a break from Warhammer 40,000

At its core, the Warhammer 40,000 universe is a story centred on a stricken empire in decline that’s desperately shoving every resource at its disposal between it and its own impending doom. One of...

REVIEW: A New Life

It’s been a while since I watched an episode of Hammer and Bolter on Warhammer TV but I tell you what, A New Life is magnificent. It’s Warhammer 40,000 storytelling at its best. Set...

REVIEW: Angels of Death: Against the Horde

In the aftermath of the death of an important brother, Kazarion battles the black rage in Against the Horde as much as he battles the Tyranid horde and Ancaeus rallies his brothers for a...

REVIEW: The Lords of Silence by Chris Wraight

Roughly a year and a half ago, Games Workshop released their Dark Imperium box set. This coincided with an in-universe timeline advancement, which brought the proceedings to what can be termed “Warhammer 41K”. Whenever...

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