Titan Comics is set to launch Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III #1 in April, and in advance of the issue’s release, we get our first look at the variant covers.
PRESS RELEASE: Beginning this September, Titan Comics is thrilled to announce it will be working with Games Workshop® to publish brand-new comics based in the world of Warhammer 40,000™.
While Boom! Studios may have had a plethora of titles arriving this past week, next week is just as interesting with the release of Zombie Tales #9, and the Warhammer 40,000: Fire and Honour hardcover.Â Take the jump for a sneak peek, provided by our friends at Boom!
Boom! Studios has a bunch of titles hitting stores this week, and Major Spoilers has your sneak peek of Cthulhu Tales #8, Fall of Cthulhu: Godwar #3, Last Reign: Kings of War #1, Warhammer 40,000 Exterminatus #4, Warhammer 40,000: Fire & Honour #3, Warhammer: Crown of Destruction #2, and Zombie Tales Volume 2: Oblivion Trade Paperback.
In April 2008, Michigan comic retailer David Pirkola was robbed and shot while working in his store.Â To help in his recovery effort and bills, Jeffrey Brown, writer of Boom! Studios Warhammer 40,000 is auctioning art pages from the series. You can find the page up on eBay. “I became a father a year and a half ago, so it’s been a while since I’ve had the time to field my Ultramarines force or let my epic scale ork gargants rampage across the battlefield,” said Brown. “I keep up with the comics, novels, and White Dwarf magazine, but spend more
Boom! Studios has announced the appointment of Ian Brill as the company’s Games Workshop Editor. Brill will helm BOOM!’s Warhammer, Warhammer 40,000 and Blood Bowl line of comics while providing steady leadership and unique insight to the expanding BOOM! catalog as the company continues its explosive growth. “I’m thrilled to see what ideas Ian will bring to the table,” said Mark Waid, BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief in a prepared statement. “BOOM! continues to bring in top talent with various backgrounds, which gives us a cutting edge in what used to be a two-company market.” Congrats Ian! via Boom! Studios