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
Josh’s Essay on Race and Representation in Warhammer
FreshPrinceofBielTan via their personal blog
Recent addition to the Screaming Mass that is Goonhammer Josh “Fresh Prince of Biel-Tan” has penned a fantastic thinkpiece ruminating about Representation within the various Warhammer settings and the often misused refrain of “You can paint them however you like”. Well worth a read.
Ólafur’s Converted “Deff Dred”
@Blackbeardmini1 via Twitter
The best conversions are those that look like they could have came straight from a boxed kit, and this Beast Snaggas take on a Deff Dred fits that criteria perfectly. Definitely worth a hearty WAAAGH and then some.
XiaoF07’s King Piccolo Statue
@XiaoF07 via Twitter
May 9th has already come and gone, but it’s always Piccolo Day in spirit. Dragonball’s original biggest bad looks fantastic here, the exaggerated highlight and shading lending him such villainous menace befitting the Demon King.
CatGarden Miniatures’ Apocalypse Company Terminator
CatGarden Miniatures via Facebook
Last week we featured this art piece by Wolfdawg Art depicting a Chaos Marine in the hilariously freehand-heavy Apocalypse Company colour-scheme. Were we surprised to find someone had stepped up to the plate to recreate the piece, with CatGarden Miniatures not only managing to recreate the Apocalypse Company scheme, but also capture the atmosphere and sinister energy of the original art. Just a fantastic convergence of Hobby.
3armotion’s Warframe Corsairs
u/3armotion via reddit
Y’know, I’m shocked y’don’t see more Warframe minis out there, either converted or printed. Hell a Warframe skirmish game would be pretty damn neat with the video game’s procedurally generated levels and whatnot. But until then, these converted Aeldari Corsairs are a damn good stopgap, and not just because they have some of my favourite frames (Harrow mains unite).
This Week on Goonhammer
- Competitive Innovations in 40k: It’s not a Bug, it’s a Feature
- Competitive Innovations in AoS: Droning On (and On)
- Competitive Innovations in Kill Team: May 2022
- 40k: Tyranids 9th Edition FAQ
- 40k: Hammer of Math- Knight Armigers
- 40k: Scott Horras talks Post-Dataslate Astra Millitarum
- Ruleshammer 40k: May 13th 2022
- AoS: Battletome- Nighthaunt
- AoS: Battletome- Daughters of Khaine
- Firefight 2nd Edition: Part 2
- Adeptus Titanicus: Dire Wolf Titan
- Turn Order: Cosmic Frog
Warlord Wednesdays- Interview with Lee Marshal: The Warlord Wednesdays Princeps sit down with the legendary Lee Marshal and discuss his absolutely Titanic collection of 118 Titans of various scales across 9 different Battlegroups.
Commander Focus- Rhys’ Pieces: Commander Focus takes a look at Rhys the Redeemed, one of EDH’s most popular Tribal Commanders.
Goonhammer Historicals- Choose Your Own Sharp Practice: Muggins takes a look at Sharp Practice, and different historical wars to draw inspiration from when using the ruleset.
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 email@example.com if you have any feedback or questions.