Now Games Workshop have returned to one of the things that makes them so great - the customisable aspect of their universe. The ability to mix parts between boxes, factions, even universes to create your own look and feel for your army. Here's hoping this is a return to form and not a blip, because this has us excited for the possibilities of Guard, and I'm sure we're not the only ones.
Well done Games Workshop - this is a great move and very much appreciated.
The only other miniature release this week is the Goff Rocker, one of those character Ork models you think would have been released in Orktober. Kind of cute, but not amazing, this is on pre-order until January 1st and will be released somewhere within the first half of next year.
Books this week is all Warhammer 40K related; the Cadian Blood Special Edition is yet another amazing looking creation, this one in a fabric cover, one assumes to replicate a Cadian flag. Da Gobbo's Demise in hardback is a new novella featuring everyone's "favourite" green weirdo, along with Witchbringer in paperback, Krieg in paperback, and the second Omnibus of Gaunt's Ghosts: The Victory (Part Two) in paperback. It's also a White Dwarf week with Issue 482 on the shelves this Friday.