Content We Liked: February 27, 2022

Although it’s a big internet out there, the Warhammer 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

Manifested Minis’ Blood Bowl Sponsor Ads
@manifestedminis via Twitter

Blood Bowl wouldn’t be Blood Bowl without its painfully puntactular sponsor names and these stadium ads are the perfect blend of excellent hobby and groan-worthy wordplay.

The 40Kurious Podcast – The Imperium of Charlemagne

This is a new podcast, but a worthwhile addition to the crowded space. we never knew we needed an hour-and-a-half examination of the parallels between Charlemagne’s empire and the Imperium of man.

Col_Festus’ Converted Sanctus
@col_festus via Twitter

A simple and effective conversion for a more subdued take on the Genestealer Sanctus, pushed above by a striking paint job. We particularly love the Alien Nation-esque head spots.

Kit Bash Cat’s Meditating Wraithseer
kitbashcat via Instagram

An inspired concept for a conversion with an inspirational motivation behind it. An wonderful way to mark your progress as a hobbyist and a person. We love it.

Pavel Barnev’s Jiggly Marine Animation
@PBarnev via Twitter
(Flashing lights warning for our photosensitive readers out there.)

We adore this wiggly lil’ Smoosh Marine and can’t get enough watching him bound his way into the fray, along with some of the crunchiest Bolter action out of any piece of 40k media.

Alexy Potorochin’s Flesh Tearer Portrait
artistpotorochin via Instagram

We need to feature more artworks on this column, especially to the level of this piece which amply captures the brooding menace behind the Blood Angels’ problem child successor.

Wee Model Painter’s Oil-Painted Cityscape Timelapse
weemodelpainter via Instagram

Now this is some next level combination of hobbies, with Wee Model Painter using their traditional painting chomps to create a background cityscape for their Titanicus board.

DD Builds’ Warlord Titan
@DatXDiver via Twitter.

Holy hell. The FW scale Warlord has always been an eager canvas for people to flex their artistic muscles but this is next level. Even the blue panels are inlaid with free-handed patterns once you look closely. A walking, laser-spewing art installation if there ever was one.


This Week on Goonhammer

Codex: Aeldari Coverage– Elf Bullshit returns! We break down the brand-new hotly-anticipated, bumper sized Aeldari codex.
Part 1: Overview
Part 2: The Asuryani
Part 3: The Ynnari
Part 4: Harlequins

Ruleshammer 40k: Adeptus Custodes– Vrekais is back and looking at the rule quandaries from the newest Custodes codex and all their anime-ass fighting styles.

Bathe Your Blade in the Blood of your Foes: It Owns– Self-Professed Bad 40k Player Campbell “SRM” McLaughlin gushes hard about his favourite Templars secondary objective, the metal as hell named “Bathe Your Blood in the Blade in the Blood of your Foes”.

Bored Space Yacht Club: Getting Started with Dropfleet Commander: Lupe kicks off our coverage of the space fleet-battles game Dropfleet Commander with an overview of how it plays and its factions.

Competitive Innovations 40k: Gold Standard– Boy howdy those new Custodes and T’au books are strong aren’t they? James takes a look at the last few weeks worth of events to see how this new sudden shift in the meta is playing out.
Part 1
Part 2

Competitive Innovations AoS: Feburary 23, 2022– It’s been a busy week in the Mortal Realms with multiple big events post-LVO, and we take a gander at the distinctly scaley–looking top lists.

Peacemaker: John Cena Finally Gets Over with America- John Bernhardt returns with a review of James Gunn’s TV spin-off to Suicide Squad, Peacemaker.

Turn Order: Wrath & Glory Review– PantsOptional takes a look at the newly reborn 40k RPG- Wrath & Glory, and how it’s moved on from its troubled first incarnation.

Warhammer+, Six Months In– Warhammer+’s offerings have proven… contentious with certain corners of the Hamosphere and a lot uncertainty around the platform abounds. Cambell has been subbed for half a year now and is here to give you his unabashed opinion.

That’s all for this week, stay tuned to Goonhammer for more great articles in the next seven days, and give us a shout in the comments below or email us at if you have any feedback or questions.