Black Library is all about books though, so lets see what's on offer! First up is Da Big Dakka, bringing you more of the tales of Ufthak Blackhawk. Now this was supposed to come in the standard Hardback and then a Collector's Edition, but that version has been delayed, so hold your horses on that one. More Orky goodness abounds with the Paperback release of Ghazghkull Thraka: Prophet of the Waaagh! (broken link).
The classic Blood Angels novel Deus Encarmine is getting a 20th Anniversary Edition, telling the tale of division and faith amongst Sanguinius' sons.
Speaking of Space Marines and brother against brother style action, their is yet another updated version of The Art of the Horus Heresy. This seems like an almost annual event now, but with the Siege of Terra ending the narrative of the Horus Heresy, it seems now is the time to add the covers. Each time this is published we get new art, and the older art gets pushed out, so not entirely sure if we will ever have a definitive version.
Age of $igmar gets some love this round, with The Ghosts of Barak-Minoz, the sequel to The Arkanaut’s Oath. Steampunk Dwarves, swashbuckling and daring-do. It's all here in probably the most under utilized and poorly envisioned faction in Age of $igmar - the Kharadron Overlords. They have so much potential, and like Black Library's website, just sit and stagnate. Fantastic cover though!
The two Reader's Choice re-releases this year are Dan Abnett's Riders of the Dead and the Inquisitor vs Night Lords in Lord of the Night. (Neither of these books has a link on the webstore...)
As with each year, the Black Library Celebration Anthology 2024 will be available for free from Warhammer stores, and (for the first time) as an ePub when you order anything from the Warhammer webstore.