The Harlequins were a release a little out of left field and from what I've seen the reaction to them has been a little lukewarm, but that may change today when people get a good look at the Harlequin Skyweavers. A perfect combination of Craftworld Eldar and Dark Eldar in looks, I wonder if these may turn the heads of a few of the skeptical amongst us.
This issue of White Dwarf is certainly based around this release, BUT there are definitely other articles and releases to interest all kinds.
Not only do we get an up-to-date Forgeworld section, a great Sprues and Glue, a new section called Citadel Legends and an Ork showcase with a brilliant army by Paul Evans who has a huge force spanning many years.
Apart from that there's the preview of next week's Dark Hunters Space Marines novel and some really great Harlequin colour schemes.
Is it worth picking up?
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The kit itself comes with 4 alternate canopy faces and and 8 different masks for the crew.
The more you look, the more you see the fusion between the disparate Eldar factions.
There are two books released next week - one of which has the much-vaunted Dark Hunters Space Marines as central characters. These guys have been around for years and it looks like they're going to step into the spotlight.
Sprue breakdowns are always good though!
Maybe an article about how to paint all kinds of geometric patterns? They can be on cloth OR vehicles!
This is such a cool shot and an interesting looking army too. The silver, red and blue combination is just beautifully done.
The Harlequins force pictured in this article are really nice looking. I'd like to see more of these guys.
I would have liked to see some Dark Hunters marines to go with the preview of next week's book, but that might just be me.