It is the first time the rights to the iconic fantasy series have been sold since 1976 when The Saul Zaentz company bought them.
The official merch is premium but faux leather, has three external pockets and what Merchoid describe as “interior options”, which I bloomin’ well hope are more pockets. What else could they be? Chain hooks?
Games Workshop’s final half-year report for 2021 to 2022 is out. The company has grown revenue but made less profit. It’s taking cash in, but something’s eating it up more quickly.
If you’re as bad as me, you may have left all your Christmas and festive gift buying until the last minute.
Festive squig wearing embarrassing Christmas antlers described as “red and bitey”.
£1,000,000 last year alone on a multi-year Microsoft Dynamics ERP project. That’s a lot of paint.
Nurglings, mites of Nurgle, Khan’gurani’i are lesser daemons of the plague and disease chaos god. It’s said that each one resembles Grandfather Nurgle in some way.
Eventually, subscribers will also get tools such as brushes, binders and art prints. Premium subscribers will also unlock additional smaller armies for Chaos Space Marines, Tyranids, T’au and Orks.
Games Workshop thought they were in trouble when the lockdown hit and stores had to close. They’ve now handed Government support money back.
Games Workshop’s Warhammer+ will launch on August 25th, but what is it?