Now with that being said, prepare to cough up because although this is a glorious addition to the Horus Heresy range (where are my plastic MKII Space Marines, GW?), there is a price. First up is the Adeptus Titanicus: Grand Master Edition, which is basically everything so far for $500AUD or just under $300 US. This is a limited edition and actually very good value as a bundle, but everything in it you can get separately - like the Warlord Battle Titan, who in and of itself is almost half the price of the Grand Master Edition. There's also the Adeptus Titanicus Imperial Knights, who come in a set of three for a pretty fair price. There is of course terrain with the Civitas Imperialis Sector and Civitas Imperialis representing the cities abut to be crushed by these engines of war. The Adeptus Titanicus: The Horus Heresy Rules Set can also be bought separately and includes small battlefield minis and, very weirdly, the transfers for the miniatures...! There is of course the Warlord Battle Titan Weapon Card Pack to supplement the weapons options in the rules, plus webstore exclusive Warlord Battle Titan Command Terminal Packs and Axiom Battleline Maniple Command Terminal Packs. Now if you are one of the first 1000 people to order the Adeptus Titanicus: Grand Master Edition online, you will also receive an Adeptus Titanicus Collector's Coin.
Away from the tiny tiny glory of the Adeptus Titanicus are three dragons of old Made To Order miniatures - the classic Prince Imrik and Malekith the Witch King of Naggaroth models and a really cool one I hadn't seen before, The Sisters of Twilight on Ceithin-Har.
In books we have the paperback of Titanicus by Dan Abnett, the Servants of the Machine God anthology which includes a tonne of short stories centred around the Mechanicus, there's also two Age of $igmar books with the massive The Realmgate Wars: Volume 1 anthology and the Tainted Heart hardcover. There's also a very cool Horus Heresy novel out too; Garro - this is actually the full novelisation of Nathaniel Garro's story arc - both audio dramas and novella - plus new and extended scenes and new chapters. This seems like a must have for Horus Heresy fans!