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REVIEW: Angels of Death: Tempest

In Tempest, the fifth episode of the barnstorming debut series from WarhammerTV, Angels of Death, we flash back to an epilogue to the current story. The Tyranid hive fleet has arrived and a void battle...

REVIEW: Angels of Death: Silent City

The Warhammer+ Angels of Death series danger and action ramps up quickly in episode two, Silent City. The Blood Angels drop through blanketing storms into a hive city they cannot see to save their...

REVIEW: Angels of Death: Blood and Duty

First cab off the rank for the new Warhammer+ is Angels of Death episode 1, Blood and Duty. For somebody who has long fallen out of love with the actual tabletop game, but still...

REVIEW: Dark Harvest by Josh Reynolds

I’ve read a lot of Black Library stuff, but never before in the Warhammer Horror sub-section and only once previously in the Age of Sigmar setting. Dark Harvest is set in the Realm of...

REVIEW: The Warmaster by Dan Abnett

It’s been a good while since I’ve picked up a Gaunt’s Ghosts novel, a series of books I’ve long described as Band of Brothers meets Warhammer 40,000 and one of the best jump-in series for new...

Top 5 Warhammer 40k Lore Youtube Channels

The first pieces of Warhammer 40,000 lore were taken from the existing Warhammer Fantasy Battle setting, but pushed into a far future science fiction setting with the Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader book which was...

REVIEW: The Reverie by Peter Fehervari

The Reverie by Peter Fehervari was released (fittingly!) on the 31st of October, the first of his novels in the Warhammer Horror line. As with all Peter Fehervari’s work, it can be read alone...

REVIEW: Titanicus by Dan Abnett

A stand-alone novel both within the universe of Warhammer 40,000 and his own Sabbat Worlds sub-setting, Titanicus is a 2008 novel by Dan Abnett, republished in 2018 by the Black Library. It deals principally...

REVIEW: Bloodlines by Chris Wraight

Bloodlines, by Chris Wraight, is the first full-length novel of Warhammer Crime line put out by Black Library. It therefore has a certain set of expectations attached to it: can it make the mean...

REVIEW: First and Only by Dan Abnett

First and Only by Dan Abnett is one of the turning point novels of Warhammer 40K. Originally conceived as a sort of hyperstylized part-parody universe that embodied everything awful about humanity with the good guys...