Warhammer Visions is like the Tardis, but without the cute assistant, the curious doctor and the universe-threatening aliens - basically it's a time machine to see what has happened over the past month in White Dwarf. If you expect anything more, Padwan, you will be disappointed.
With that in mind, what does Warhammer Visions hold for us this month? Pretty pictures? Yep - that's pretty much the format and some inspirational models this month too.
There have been some months where it's pretty pedestrian, but this month there really are some nice models, with the likes of some amazing minis from Maxime Pastourel, Amy Snugg's Martian Mechanicus force and Paul Rudge's massive Death Guard army which was also in White Dwarf this week.
There's also a showcase of flyers and Leviathan Dreadnoughts, more on the Armies on Parade from last year including a really cool looking High Elf army, and Blanchitsu returns rather triumphantly.
So with that in mind - is it worth actually buying?
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I will say that a few of the pictures in the Age of $igmar section really weren't that great. The whites were all blown out and really didn't do the paint jobs or the models any justice.
Parade Ground has a look at a selection of 40K models, these Kastelans really stood out to me.
The series on the First Founding Space Marine Chapters continues, this time wit hthe Blood Angels. Interestingt o see the older more orange vehicles mixed in with the red Red RED Blood Angels of today.
Amy Snuggs is at it again. First Seraphon and now Mechanicum! This is Amy's Mars Mechanicum force.
Tim Davis (not sure if it's the same one...) has taken on some Harlequins and they're pretty damn good!
Flyers get a tad overlooked in the foot-slogging world of 40K. Well here's a look at some really great looking vehicles that otherwise would just be hovering on sticks!
Thanks to Bryan for making me aware that I forgot to mention the Paint Splatter - buried deep in the back of the issue - which was of the Stardrake.