Marvel and Games Workshop Sitting in a Tree M-A-K-I-N-G Warhammer Comics

Ahead of New York Comic Con this week, Marvel Comics has announced a new partnership with Games Workshop to produce comics based on the popular tabletop game Warhammer. The first of these comics will be released in Fall of next year. Will Marvel bring characters from Warhammer into the Marvel Universe like they did with Conan the Barbarian? Or will it have its own continuity like Star Wars? It may be a while until we find out, but for now, check out the press release below.

MARVEL AND GAMES WORKSHOP TEAM UP TO PUBLISH WARHAMMER COMICS!

New Warhammer stories to arrive in fall 2020!

New York, NY – September 30, 2019 – Marvel Entertainment and Games Workshop are excited to announce a collaboration that will bring exciting new Warhammer stories to comics and graphic novels!

As the producer of some of the world's most popular tabletop miniature games, Games Workshop has captured the imagination of fans around the globe with Warhammer 40,000, set in the grim darkness of the 41st millennium; and Warhammer Age of Sigmar, set amid the never-ending battles in the Mortal Realms.

"I can't tell you how excited we are about diving into the depths of the expansive universes of Warhammer," said Marvel Editor Mark Basso. "At Marvel, we're no strangers to telling deeply character-focused tales set in an interconnected world of stories, and fans are going to love what we're already starting to cook up with the Games Workshop team for the Warhammer comics."

Details on upcoming comic book titles and creative teams will be shared at a later date. Visit warhammer-community.com and Marvel.com for more information and updates!

Marvel and Games Workship Sitting in a Tree M-A-K-I-N-G Warhammer Comics

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