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"Warhammer 40,000" TV Series in the Works

"Warhammer 40,000" TV Series in the Works

Games Workshop is expanding its empires at an astronomical pace. There is going to be a television show based on their Warhammer 40,000 brand of hobbyist wargames! According to sources, the newly-spawned television series is Games Workshop's effort to emulate the flourishing successes of such shows as The Witcher, and the upcoming Magic: The Gathering show soon […]

Sisters of Battle Goodies Coming This Week - "Warhammer 40,000"

Sisters of Battle Goodies Coming This Week – "Warhammer 40,000"

Get ready, all you Sisters of Battle fans – new Adeptus Sororitas goodies for Warhammer 40,000 are available to be preordered on Games Workshop's web store! Warhammer Community, the company's main news hub for all things Games Workshop, announced that a fair amount of new Sisters of Battle models will be up on their web store […]

Target Spotted! "Space Marine Adventures" Seen at Retailer

Target Spotted! "Space Marine Adventures" Seen at Retailer

Games Workshop has been loyal to a fault towards their invested player-base. In most every way, from Warhammer 40,000 to Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, Games Workshop has been fostering a good working relationship with players who know their games. Recently, it has been revealed that Games Workshop is putting out a new line of games, known as […]

Review: Games Workshop's "The Glottkin" Box - "Age of Sigmar"

Review: Games Workshop's "The Glottkin" Box – "Age of Sigmar"

A couple of days ago, we at Bleeding Cool got a chance to review the Start Collecting! Maggotkin of Nurgle boxed set. Since thankfully we got out of it without many pustulent diseases if any, we are going to dig in even deeper to the Nurgle line from Games Workshop's splendid game Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. […]

"Warhammer Underworlds" Banned & Restricted List Updated!

"Warhammer Underworlds" Banned & Restricted List Updated

Games Workshop is a company known for a great variety of, well, games. As a result of this, Games Workshop has to keep up with a bunch of different markets, including the wargaming market of course, but also the trading card game market, which has been burgeoning since 1993. So, when Games Workshop came out […]

Review: Games Workshop's "Start Collecting! Maggotkin of Nurgle" Box

Review: Games Workshop's "Start Collecting! Maggotkin of Nurgle" Box

Greetings, loyal readers! Last night, under the light of a disgustingly clear moon, I received two boxed sets from Gams Workshop, the company responsible for Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, and other specialty wargames. One of these I will discuss in a few days when I have adequate time to digest the contents, but […]

- Review: Games Workshop's "Feculent Gnarlmaw"

Review: Games Workshop's "Feculent Gnarlmaw"

Greetings, loyal readers! I've been contending with the nastiest, most mucusy sort of cold for the past few days (but of course, I didn't let that stop me from writing games content for you all!). Whether or not I was productive, though, I have to ask… Who got me sick? Was it my fiance's father? […]

Review: Games Workshop's "Great Unclean One" - "Warhammer: Age of Sigmar"

Review: Games Workshop's "Great Unclean One" – "Age of Sigmar"

Ho, ho, ho! It's winter, and apparently it's also the grand opus for this year's flu and virus season. The weather is getting colder, and various US states are getting hit a bit worse than others with the flu. Did you get your vaccine this year? No? Good. After all, today we are reviewing the […]

Review - Games Workshop's "Start Collecting! Daemons of Nurgle" Box

Review – Games Workshop's "Start Collecting! Daemons of Nurgle" Box

Today, I am reviewing the started boxed set used to start a Daemons of Nurgle army. This isn't the most current review I could do – one might even say it's as old as time immemorial – but because Games Workshop's release schedule doesn't include a holiday sale, I figured I would go over a […]

Review: Games Workshop's "Necromunda: Dark Uprising"

Review: Games Workshop's "Necromunda: Dark Uprising"

Hey there, loyal readers and heretics alike! We are back with a review of the boxed set for Games Workshop's new release, Necromunda: Dark Uprising! As many of you know, I'd been reviewing a good many of Games Workshop's boxes lately, and in the wake of a bit of a post-GenCon lull, I'm back in the […]

Opinion: Why Tabletop Games Falter: "Arena Rex", "Malifaux", and More

Opinion: Why Wargames Falter: "Arena Rex", "Malifaux", and More

Last Sunday, I wrote a piece detailing a few trading card games which, while being super cool in concept, failed to attract a huge audience of players. In the end, they failed as a game for that reason and others. Today I want to go into this discussion from the angle of tabletop wargames and […]

Review: Games Workshop's "Aeronautica Imperialis"

Review: Games Workshop's "Aeronautica Imperialis"

Games Workshop has come out with a lot of games in the span of their existence – and I mean a lot. Between Warhammer, Warhammer 40,000, Necromunda, Age of Sigmar, Warcry, Kill Team… It's a lot to handle. So, when Games Workshop came out with their primary airspace-combat game Aeronautica Imperialis and sent it our way, I was a bit skeptical of the design […]

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Review: Games Workshop's "Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team"

Of all Games Workshop's published games, Warhammer 40,000 is arguably their most famous. It's among their oldest, and most acclaimed games and is a progenitor to all manner of other games by other publishers. It stands to reason, then, that when Warhammer 40,000 gets a revamp or offshoot, fans clamor for such a game. At Bleeding Cool, we […]

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Many New Games Workshop Releases Unveiled at NOVA Open

On Wednesday, the NOVA Open, a large wargaming convention and tournament site, began, renewing old grudges and starting bitter new rivalries. It was absolutely rocked to its core, however, when Games Workshop unveiled a number of new model releases. The releases cover a great multitude of Games Workshop's major titles, with a few other surprises […]