Cursed City characters are now available separately, at a premium price, so we have Belladamma Volga, First of the Vyrkos, the very spooky Lady Annika, The Thirsting Blade, Kritza, The Rat Prince and the various forms of Radukar; the Beast
and the Wolf plus his posse Radukar's Court. Honestly, the price on the Court is ridiculous... there's also those fluffy love bunnies, the Dire Wolves - which would be so much cooler if not rotting. There's extra troops too, with the older Undead models being repackaged into the Start Collecting! Soulblight Gravelords, but with the amazing new Deathrattle Skeletons models, I'm not sure why you would want these old ones apart from the exclusive Wight King on Skeletal Steed model. In related Undead news, Warhammer Underworlds: Direchasm have an awesome new set, Kainan's Reapers, adding some very dynamic poses to that line.
Now here's a thing, the new Combat Patrol: Space Marines is on pre-order, and unlike the Start Collecting Space Marines, this is all Primaris, potentially ushering in the death knell for the older Alpha-style Space Marines of old. Be interesting to see what the community think of this... There's also the chunkatron Captain with Master-crafted Heavy Bolt Rifle and the Heavy Intercessors (the way Primaris should have always been). Meanwhile the Big Bad in this current edition of 40K have some releases too - Combat Patrol: Necrons is an unusual set, but has some great models in it, the excellent Chronomancer mini is also back and the grizzly Flayed Ones take to the field too. If you prefer skin and spikes, then the Drukhari Lelith Hesperax (bit lackluster compared to the rest of the range) is also available separately.
In books we have Godblight (in whizz-bang Special Edition) and normal hardback, plus the first two in this series Dark Imperium in hardback and Plague War also in hardback.