Tagged: Black Library


Enemies of the Emperor

A work in progress across the gaming community, involving several different people with a passion for 30K and the experience to forge something fairly unique in the gaming community – several new races for games of Warhammer 40,000.
The premise of this project is to act as a foil to the recently published Forgeworld rules for gaming in the 30K universe. Drawing inspiration from the fantastic stories published by the Black Library and the amazing artwork of Neil Roberts, this ‘codex’ will provide gaming material and hobby inspiration for anyone who feels tierd of marine armies in 30K.
Comments and feedback are welcomed – especially after any playtesting. This is a community effort for the community rather than a ‘one man show’.

The First Heretic – Synopsis 0

The First Heretic – Synopsis

The upcoming Horus Heresy release – The First Heretic – written by Aaron Dembski-Bowden is being well thumbed by a few lucky individuals with early copies.

I received this image of the book’s synopsis in my inbox this morning.

Whet your appetite!

Black Library release book trailer for A Thousand Sons and Prospero Burns 0

Black Library release book trailer for A Thousand Sons and Prospero Burns

The two upcoming Horus Heresy novels from Black Libary Authors Dan Abnett and Graham McNeill cover a dual-perspective of the siege of Prospero from the eyes of the Thousand Sons and the Space Wolves.

Both books will be available for purchase in early 2010. Check out the book trailer on Youtube!

Black Library Live! 2010 0

Black Library Live! 2010

Tickets for 2010’s Black Library live are now available on Games Workshop’s website. A great opportunity to preview upcoming releases and speak with the authors themselves.

Black Library Live! 2010

Date: Saturday Feb 13th 2010

Event: 10am till 5pm
Doors open: 9.30am

Venue: Warhammer World, Nottingham, England

Details: Lots of the Black Library’s leading authors including Dan Abnett, Graham McNeill, Sandy Mitchell, James Swallow, Gav Thorpe, Nick Kyme and Aaron Dembski-Bowden, will be at Black Library Live!