I'm not going to lie, this is a jam-packed blog today and no mistake. There are 53 Citadel Finecast kits available to advance order, the Orcs & Goblins army book has now gone digital, Forge World have put their gargantuan Magma Dragon on advance order and we get to find out what's in the Black Library's latest novella. So whether you collect Warhammer, Warhammer 40,000, The Lord of the Rings, or you just love painting beautiful miniatures, there's bound to be something for you in this blog post.
But the fun is still not over as today the Orcs & Goblins army book goes digital! With 211 pages crammed full of beautiful miniatures, bestiary entries, greenskin background and the Orcs & Goblins army list, this book is the second of the Warhammer army books to make its way to the iPad (after the Empire one last month). Like all of our digital army books and codexes, the Orcs & Goblins book is fully interactive with 360 degree miniature galleries, handy dictionaries to explain game rules (such as the inevitable animosity test) and a comprehensive army list that allows you to switch effortlessly between unit rules and bestiary entries with the poke of your finger. You can check out a few pictures of the new book in the gallery above and find out more about downloading it for your iPad on our Digital Products page.
And, to finish off today's post (I think my fingers have been worn to the bone with all the typing), a new monster has been sighted in Forge World - the Magma Dragon. This gargantuan beast is a truly impressive sight that looms over nearby infantry units and even puts other dragon miniatures to shame in terms of its sheer bulk. Keith Robertson, the man behind the sculpting tool, spent a great deal of time on this kit, even going to the trouble of sculpting every single scale individually. Overall, it's a very impressive piece and it's available to advance order from the Forge World website right now.
Right, I'm off for the weekend to finish my Armies on Parade entry - I hope many of you in the UK go to your store parade day tomorrow to vote for your favourite entry, I know I'll be there, fingers crossed, waiting for the results to be announced.