The Aeronautica Imperialis game itself is called Wings of Vengeance and comes with an Imperial and Ork squadron, which thankfully GW have also released separately next week too - so if you don't want to stump up on the game (and get twice as many planes) you can get the Dakkajets, Fighta Bommerz, Imperial Navy Marauder Bombers, Imperial Navy Thunderbolt Fighters and Imperial Navy Marauder Destroyers as individual sets, which is super cool and we're sure you will be seeing these flying around every game of Titanicus from now on. There's also some very cool Imperial and Ork Ground Assets (that again will be turning up as scenery in Titanicus games...!). The release of the game also includes a campaign book, Rynn's World Air War Campaign Book and a double sided board set called Rynn's World Area of Engagement. What would a GW game be without some sort of integrated card element? We have the Aircraft and Aces Imperial Navy Cards and Aircraft and Aces Ork Air Waaagh! Cards, plus of course the Ork Flyboyz Dice Set and Imperial Navy Dice Set. There's also a set of Order Tokens which include maneuvers and what each plane is doing.
As you would expect, this week's books generally fit around the theme, with Dan Abnett's Double Eagle, and the Wings of Blood Anthology all about those magnificent men and their flying machines. The other book next week is the Blood Rite book - which is set around the second series of Space Marine Heroes miniatures - Terminators. When will those get released?
Now if you're a good citizen and order enough Aeronautica Imperialis stuff from GW this weekedn, they will give you swag; the super cool Aeronautica Imperialis Ace Markings for your car/ laptop/ Dakkajet and if you order either the Rynn's World Air War Collection, Ork Air Waaagh! Collection or Imperial Navy Collection you will get the Aeronautica Imperialis Crew Cards (soon to be available for free as a download).