Star Wars: Shatterpoint – You Have Something I Want Squad Pack Review

The You Have Something I Want squad pack was just released for Star Wars: Shatterpoint from Atomic Mass Games. But is this squad pack Something You Want? Read on to find out. Thank you to Atomic Mass Games for providing us with a review copy of this box.  This squad...

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Warhammer 40K

TheChirurgeon’s Road Through 2024, Part 12: Days 1 and 2 of the Dallas Open

Welcome back, Dear Reader, to my ongoing log of personal, hobby, and competitive progress for Warhammer 40,000. Last time around I talked about going to the Asgard RTT and finally snagging a first-place finish for the first time in my competitive Warhammer career. After a promising warm-up event that weekend, it was time to take my Death Guard to the big stage. I'm going to go over my list one more time, so if you're wondering what I ended up on, it's the same as last week. The List Here's what I ran at...

Age of Sigmar

Age of Sigmar: Skaventide – Goonhammer’s First Take

We asked Matt Jett and Mathew "chimp" Ward to take a look at the models that have been shown in the Skaventide launch box. Each is a fan of the faction and we will continue our coverage of the new Age of Sigmar edition. Games Workshop held their Mortal Realms Reforged preview event for the Skaventide launch box at the US Open Dallas last week, and Goonhammer is here to give you our first impressions on all the models you'll be able to pick up when the box drops later...

Columns

Goonhammer’s First Look at Magic: the Gathering Modern Horizons 3

For many Magic: The Gathering fans, the Modern format is the epitome of the game. There’s a relatively stable competitive format that has survived some major upheavals over the years while being diverse enough to let new decks pop up as the game evolves.  Modern Horizons 3 is the latest way Wizards of the Coast is looking to spice up the format, with the third iteration of the format-specific set. Given how massive Modern Horizons 2 was, players have eagerly been gobbling up any little tidbit of information they can find. Now with the set’s release just a few short...

Magic the Gathering

Hobby

How to Paint Everything: Scarlet Spider and Gwenom – Comic Book Style

In our How to Paint Everything series, we take a look at how to paint well, everything, with a look at different methods from different artists. In this article we’re looking at Scarlet Spider and Gwenom from Marvel: Crisis Protocol. As it is set in the Marvel Universe, painting in the comic book style works really well for Marvel: Crisis Protocol minis. Comic Book style can mean different things to different people. I've experimented with a few different comic styles and my personal preferred is closer to a cell-shaded look without too many hashed lines. The beauty of painting like this...

Gaming

Goonhammer Interviews the Top 3 Players from GW’s Dallas Open

We’re back with the kick off to the United States summer of Kill Team with Games Workshops brand new Dallas Open. Hosted at the eSports Stadium Arlington, the pictures from this event really put many of the past venues to shame! Everything is bigger in Texas, and with those wall to wall screens, it's easy to believe! In the post-dataslate world it seems that players have opted to explore the stronger teams in Dallas, with only 19 factions in attendance and a full eighth of the meta being Heirotek Circle. Additionally the new Nightmare box seems massive popularity on par...