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Helsreach: The Animation — You Might Have Heard of It

It is not particularly surprising Helsreach: The Animation is good, given what’s come out of it since; a partnership with Games Workshop to create the Angels of Death series, general acclaim, even just the thing actually getting the funding...

Book Review: The Deacon of Wounds by David Annandale

SPOILER ALERT: This review contains significant spoilers for The Deacon of Wounds. It's been a while since we looked at anything from Warhammer Horror, but today we're back reviewing The Deacon of Wounds, a novella written for the imprint by Black...

Book Review: Alpharius: Head of the Hydra, by Mike Brooks

SPOILER ALERT: This review contains spoilers for Alpharius: Head of the Hydra by Mike Brooks and also Legion by Dan Abnett. So if you're very spoiler-averse, don’t read this review. If still want to know if the book is...

Book Review: The Devastation of Baal, by Guy Haley

SPOILER ALERT: This review contains significant spoilers for The Devastation of Baal. If you'd rather go unspoiled, don't read this review. If you're here because you want to know if it's worth reading, then the answer is yes, definitely,...

Audio Drama Review – Dredge Runners by Alec Worley

This review contains mild, general spoilers for the audio drama.  Reviewing an audio drama is a tricky thing. Unlike a full novel or even short story, there is very little content that can be discussed without essentially retelling the entire...

Book Review: Anathemas

Short story anthologies have been a firm feature of the Warhammer Horror imprint since its implementation (and judging by the recent open submissions call, we're due another at least one more). The imprint launched with Maledictions, followed by Invocations, and,...

Book Review: Bloodlines by Chris Wraight

This review contains minor spoilers for Bloodlines. Way back in 2018, Games Workshop announced a new imprint for Black Library - Warhammer Horror. The idea here was fairly simple - take the existing Warhammer universes and the horror elements that...

Book Review: Dawn of Fire: Avenging Son by Guy Haley

Reviewing this book is tricky. Real tricky. Avenging Son is a book with enormous pressure and responsibility for the future of Warhammer 40,000 fiction and that requires a slightly different review than what we would normally post for a Black Library...

An Interview With Aaron Dembski-Bowden

A quick foreword: I would just like to say my deepest thanks to Edwin Moriarty and James M Hewitt for helping this come together and to Aaron for not only agreeing to be interviewed but writing the level of depth that...

GW Online Preview, Part 2: The Goonhammer Round Table, Part 2

Following the first ever online Warhammer Preview two weeks ago, Games Workshop and the Warhammer Community Team put on a second online preview this past Saturday, featuring more of the reveals they had planned for Adepticon and other conventions. If...