Although it’s a big internet out there, the Tabletop digital universe is pretty small and spread out. In Content We Liked, we take a look at the articles, videos, podcasts, and products that caught our eyes or were noteworthy during the prior week you might have missed.
On the Internet at Large
— Mikal van Leeuwen (@dehoofdwerker) November 7, 2023
Zooming right into things this week with a pair of Necromunda weirdos bashed together with 40k weirdos for a big ol’ weirdo pileup. Firstly with this Redemptionist zealot on wheels, ready to deliver some explosive evanglism. The seamless integration of Redemptionist and Genestealer Cultist parts is impressive enough, but it’s all the little flourishes and personal effects that really make this piece.
Second up for this Weirdo double feature, we have a Necromunda/40k kitbash going the other way for a change, with this Escher girl forming the basis for the start of a converted squad of Catachan Jungle Fighters. We love seeing Necromunda gangers being used as the basis for Imperial Guard regiments, it’s an area that really aught to be explored more.
Spooky Season is forever, as once again we are powerless to stop ourselves from featuring The Empyrean’s work. This time a set of Necron Wraiths, based on their very first design from back in 3rd edition 40k. While the current Wraith models are pretty good, they do lack the chimeric menace the originals do, empathised with some very careful wear and tear on these ancient assassin machines.
No, your eyes are not deceiving you. This is a physical diorama. We’re not gonna witter on here, just look at it. The sheer time and care it must have taken to make everything line up with the cast shadows and OSL. God Damn.
This Week on Goonhammer
A real grab-bag week for reviews on the site, as we take a look at everything from Robocop: Rogue City, to the new Army Painter airbrush mega set. The second part of Horus Heresy’s The End and the Death, as well as a look at the Holiday Army Box sets for Age of Sigmar.
All your weekly 40k, AoS and Kill Team analysis and event coverage. Also this week: A guide to magic with Conquest’s The Spires faction, Malifaux’ Gremlin revamp and Battletech’s largest son: the Atlas.
Painting and Modelling
Jackie Daytona shows off their stylin’ Landsknecht army, while Keewa shows us how to make a static grass applicator for less than £10.
The Fluff Corner
Our resident bookworms belatedly talk about Horror fiction, while The Lore Explainer takes a look at every Space Marine’s favourite book.
Greg dehumanizes himself to achieve Absolute Poster’s Soul. Or something. Meatwatch!
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