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REVIEW: Tears of Raphaela by Richard Swan

In Tears of Raphaela by Richard Swan, a new Warhammer 40,000 short story from Black Library, Brother Ramethos of the Lamenters space marine chapter hunts the last Tyranid Prime across the devoured cities of the...

REVIEW: The King of the Spoil by Jonathan D. Beer

The King of the Spoil is dead. Assassinated. In the massive hive city of Varangantua where the rich few use the unending mass of the poor to make their fortunes, a gang war is...

REVIEW: Fire Warrior by Simon Spurrier

In the grim darkness of the far future there is only war. But there are more battlegrounds to wage war on than blasted planetscapes—hearts and minds are just as often at war. And wars...

REVIEW: Interrogator

In Interrogator, the latest animated awesomeness from Story Forge on Warhammer TV, Jurgen is an interrogator, a psyker who uses his powers to read people’s (dead or alive) memories. Well, he used to be....

REVIEW: Necromunda: Hired Gun

In Necromunda: Hired Gun you play a bounty hunter in a colossal hive city on the planet of Necromunda in the Warhammer 40,000 universe. With its gorgeous gritty city landscape showcasing the Doom-style mass...

Is it finally happening? Warhammer 40,000 to hit the big screen with Henry Cavill starring and producing

Today, The Hollywood Reporter dropped the news that I, and millions of other Warhammer 40,000 fans, have been waiting for. A company with the cash and capability to do our most beloved sci-fantasy universe...

Cover for Witchbringer by Steven B. Fischer

REVIEW: Witchbringer by Steven B. Fischer

In Steven B. Fischer’s brilliant Witchbringer we get the kind of Imperial Guard story I love to read–one where you end up just as invested in the regiment as you do in the protagonists. I...

REVIEW: The Wolftime by Gav Thorpe

In The Wolftime by Gav Thorpe we explore the struggles of the primaris space marines as they try to implant themselves into space marine chapters that have grown and changed for 10,000 years. It’s a...

REVIEW: Ciaphas Cain: Hero of the Imperium by Sandy Mitchell

Ciaphas Cain: Hero of the Imperium by Sandy Mitchell (pseudonym for Alexander Michael Stewart) is a collection of the first three short stories and first three novels featuring Commissar Ciaphas Cain as the main...

REVIEW: The Wraithbone Phoenix by Alec Worley

What do you get when you mix Ocean’s 11, Indiana Jones, Tomb Raider, and Warhammer 40k together? The Wraithbone Phoenix by Alec Worley. In this fun, reasonably light, treasure hunting, Astra militarium (I can’t break...

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