Games Workshop Pre-Orders: ‘Pricing & Links’ Ufthak Blackhawk Weekend
The Black Library celebration is going on this weekend and to join in the festivities snag Ufthak Blackhawk while you can!
Ufthak Blackhawk faces problems head on with the intention of hitting them hard enough that they go down and stay down – this is the Ork who destroyed a Warlord Titan by driving a Shokkjump Dragsta into it, before killing everyone inside.
This multipart plastic kit builds one Ufthak Blackhawk – A Bad Moon Warboss of devious cunning, wielder of the deadly Snazzhammer, and supposedly capable of something resembling ‘tactics’. He is depicted taking aim with his kustom weapon mounted upon his faithful attack squig, Princess.
This kit comprises 11 plastic components, and comes with a Citadel 50mm Round Base.
This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.
Warhammer 40,000 Legends rules for using Ufthak Blackhawk in your games can be downloaded for free from the Warhammer Community website.
This product will only be available until 8am GMT on Monday 26th February 2024 – if we run out of our initial stock, it may take up to 180 days to dispatch.
A Horus Heresy Art Book
Discover artwork from the entire Horus heresy saga, from Horus Rising all the way through to the climactic The End and the Death.
Take a trip from the end of the Great Crusade, through the galaxy-changing events on the killing fields of Isstvan, to the apocalyptic climax of the Siege of Terra with this collection of stunning Black Library artwork.
Black Library has been telling stories set in the various worlds of Warhammer for more than two decades. During this time, the heroes and villains of these dark and gritty settings have been immortalised through rich, dynamic illustrations. Here, for the first time, is a specially curated collection of Warhammer artwork from across Black Library’s Horus Heresy and Siege of Terra series.
Within, you’ll find detailed commentary on the creation and realisation of some of the greatest pieces of art ever committed to novel covers. This book offers over 200 pieces of full-colour artwork, with notes about the artistic choices made during the design process, depicting many fan-favourite characters and events. Inside, you’ll also find a brand new reimagining of the classic cover for the New York Times bestselling novel False Gods.