plus a brand new plastic mini of their main-man, Castellan Crowe
with his in-no-way-demonic sword, and alternate helmeted head.
Bringing back memories of one of the largest faction releases to date (potentially beaten by the constant flow of new Nurgle minis) Tzeentch has reinforcements with the new Combat Patrol: Thousand Sons and Wizard Supreme, the Infernal Master
who comes with no alternative parts except for a weirdly short right arm. Castellan Crowe's proportions seem off too actually. Be nice to have had the Codex for each faction out this week, but alas. The cover of the older Thousand Son's one is a beauty!
Now books this week, we have Catachan Devil in paperback. Catachan's have been getting a bit of a run recently, I think we might be getting some updated minis, especially with the recent previews coming from GW showing what is clearly a Rough Rider lance, and earlier a Kasrkin wrist.
Also in books we have Dark Imperium (yawn!) in paperback and the paperback of A Dynasty of Monsters which features Lauka Vai, Mother of Nightmares on the cover. These minis seemed to come and go from the spotlight pretty quickly which is sad.
There's also a huge cull of older models, especially Alpha Space Marines, so go check out Last Chance To Buy and grab what you need while you can.
Now, on with some Forge World shenanigans...
Other things on the block include the Damocles Command Vehicle (which would be an easy alternative build in the Rhino kit, lets be honest) and the armoured Land Speeder Tempest.
If that floats your boat, have at it!! The Regents set is really nice and has lots of kitbash pieces that will be missed from the universe for sure.