Chaos Marines ARRIVE! This week Chaos, Vigilus and Warhammer Horror possess your wallet.
Abaddon and his black Legion are upon us. Get you wallet ready for an all new Chaos Space Marine range – and what timing – it shows up right on time with the Vigilus Ablaze. I wonder what happens next…
Datacards – Chaos Space Marines $15
Dice – Chaos Space Marines $20
The long awaited Warhammer Horror range arrived.
Scourge of Fate (hardback): $27
Archaon, the Everchosen, is the most powerful and feared of all the great Champions of the Dark Gods. Warlords of immense cruelty, who have waged innumerable campaigns of suffering and slaughter, thirst to fight by his side. Such Knights of Ruin are known as the Varanguard.
Though Vanik the Black Pilgrim’s blade drips with the blood of conquered empires, he is yet to prove himself worthy of ascension into the Fifth Circle of the Varanguard. At last, he faces his final, nocuous quest: to hunt down and slay a legendary hero of Order that prophecies foretell will liberate the Mortal Realms from the stranglehold of Chaos. Yet when a betrayal strikes the very heart of the Varanspire, the great fortress of the Everchosen himself, it soon becomes clear to Vanik that Sigmar’s Chosen is not the only threat to Archaon’s reign that he must defeat. For Vanik, there will be only victory or oblivion. For he is a Varanguard, and no enemy of the Three Eyed King will escape his blade, lest the Varanspire fall.
Written by Robbie MacNiven
Maledictions (paperback): $16
A eclectic collection of gut wrenching tales to spook and scare.
Horror is no stranger to the worlds of Warhammer. Its very fabric is infested with the arcane, the strange and the downright terrifying. From the cold, vastness of the 41st millenium to the creeping evil at large in the Mortal Realms, this anthology of short stories explores the sinister side of Warhammer in a way it never has been before. Psychological torment, visceral horrors, harrowing tales of the supernatural and the nightmares buried within, this collection brings together some of the best horror writing from the Black Library.
Featuring stories from Graham McNeill, Cassandra Khaw, Alec Worley, David Annandale and more.
Wicked & the Damned (paperback): $16
On a misty cemetery world, three strangers are drawn together through mysterious circumstances. Each of them has a tale to tell of a narrow escape from death. Amid the toll of funerary bells and the creep and click of mortuary-servitors, the truth is confessed. But whose story can be trusted? Whose recollection is warped, even unto themselves? For these are strange stories of the uncanny, the irrational and the spine-chillingly frightening, where horrors abound and the dark depths of the human psyche is unearthed.
Written by Josh Reynolds, David Annandale and Phil Kelly
Iron Warriors: Omnibus (paperback): $18
The Iron Warriors are Chaos Space Marines with unrivalled expertise in the art of siege warfare. With great batteries of artillery and all the favours of the Ruinous Powers at their command, there is no fortress in the galaxy that can stand against them for long. From Hydra Cordatus, where a massive force of Iron Warriors has invaded and lain siege to its mighty Imperial citadel, to the world of Castellax as Warsmith Andraaz prepares for a deadly greenskin invasion, the sons of Peturabo fight with the brutal determination and cold efficiency that has earned them their fearsome reputation.
This omnibus edition contains all of the Honsou stories drawn from author Graham McNeill’s popular Ultramarines series including the novel Storm of Iron, the novella Iron Warrior and a collection of short stories that continue the tale of the treacherous Warsmith.
Written by Graham McNeill
Storm of Iron
The Enemy of My Enemy
The Heraclitus Effect
The Skull Harvest
The Iron Without
The Beast of Calth
The Corpse Road
Perdition’s Flame (audiobook): $17.50
The wind screams. The dark night is freezing. Vossk, a Vostroyan Firstborn, shrinks into a rock against a howl of memories. Having disgraced himself by deserting his post during a terrifying encounter, Vossk had resigned himself to penal servitude, though yearned for the chance to redeem himself. But in the 41st Millennium, such dreams are hollow when a man’s reality has been shaken to his core. Found in the shadows of a pitiless cave, Vossk relives his tale to his rescuer. But trauma stalks the weary, and in the face of an even greater horror, it grins at those whose courage has failed them once before…
Written by Alec Worley
~ DEATH TO THE FALSE EMPEROR!