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White Dwarf, fresh from the abyss

The latest issue of White Dwarf is out tomorrow in Games Workshop stores, independent stockists and right here on the Games Workshop webstore. Leaping onto the front cover is Arkhan the Black riding the Dread Abyssal Razarak. If you hadn’t guessed from his skeletal appearance, Arkhan is one of Nagash’s most valued servants, the Mortarch of Sacrament. Want to know what that means? You’ll need to pick up a copy of White Dwarf tomorrow.

This week’s issue also features an in-depth look at the Undead, including the long history of Nagash, the birth of the Vampires, the devastation of Khemri and the events that lead up to Nagash’s resurrection. Adam explains the merits of dabbling with the Lore of Undeath while Matt talks about his growing Undead Legion. There’s also a stage-by-stage painting guide for Mannfred von Carstein, another of Nagash’s Mortarchs.

But that’s not all because Warhammer: Visions issue 8 is available to pre-order tomorrow.

Our Army of the Month is a vast Ork horde belonging to Viktor Svard. It’s rife with conversions and inspiring (not to mention, very red) paint jobs, a proper Evil Sunz army ready for Waaagh! Our Army of the Month is a vast Ork horde belonging to Viktor Svard. It’s rife with conversions and inspiring (not to mention, very red) paint jobs, a proper Evil Sunz army ready for Waaagh!
Golden Demon Birmingham makes up 50 pages of this issue. It features some of the most exceptional miniatures to ever grace the pages of our magazine, including this diorama by Slayer Sword winner David Soper. Golden Demon Birmingham makes up 50 pages of this issue. It features some of the most exceptional miniatures to ever grace the pages of our magazine, including this diorama by Slayer Sword winner David Soper.
This issue’s Parade Ground features a showcase of Warhammer 40,000 miniatures including a House Taranis Imperial Knight painted by Duncan Rhodes. This issue’s Parade Ground features a showcase of Warhammer 40,000 miniatures including a House Taranis Imperial Knight painted by Duncan Rhodes.
This month’s Blanchitsu comes from the talented hands of Henry South, whose Inquisitorial warband includes several members of the Adeptus Mechanicus. This month’s Blanchitsu comes from the talented hands of Henry South, whose Inquisitorial warband includes several members of the Adeptus Mechanicus.

White Dwarf is also available as eBook digital downloads from the Black Library website and through iBooks, while Warhammer: Visions is available to download for iPad and Apple computers from Apple Newsstand.