This weeks pre-orders have been spotted. We’re seeing a lot of new Dark Angels releases and some new releases from Black Library.
Multiple retailers have confirmed the new pre-orders and prices. Let’s take a look at what’s coming up from pre-order this weekend.
Codex: Dark Angels Collector’s Edition $80
Codex: Dark Angels (HB) $40
Datacards: Dark Angels $15
Dark Angels Primaris Lieutenant Zakariah $25
Dark Angels Primaris Aggressors $55
Dark Angels Primaris Hellblasters $60
Dark Angels Primaris Intercessors $60
Dark Angels Primaris Upgrades $12.50
Dark Angels Dice $30
Fabius Bile: Clonelord (HB) $27
Fabius Bile Book 2
Drawn back into the deadly machinations of his former Legion, Fabius Bile finds his destiny lies in a forgotten world on the Eastern Fringe… a world called Solemnace.
READ IT BECAUSE
It’s another outing for everyone’s favourite mad scientist Space Marine, as he gets mixed back up with the Emperor’s Children, and something altogether deadlier.
Once a loyal son of the Emperor’s Children, Fabius Bile now loathes those he once called brother. But when a former comrade requests his aid on a mission he cannot refuse, Bile is drawn once more into the sinister machinations of his former Legion. Now, accompanied by new allies and old enemies alike, Fabius Bile must travel deep into the wilds of the Eastern Fringe, in search of a world unlike any other. A world which might hold the key to his very survival. A world called Solemnace…
Written by Josh Reynolds
Fabius Bile: Primogenitor (PB) $16
A Warhammer 40,000 novel
Exiled into the depths of the Eye of Terror for his dark deeds, former Emperor’s Children Apothecary Fabius is drawn back to the Imperium in search of a secret that could be the key to saving his misbegotten life…
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It’s the start of a brand new series of twisted tales from the mind of an author for whom depraved antiheroes are his bread and butter. And Fabius’ vile experiments and complete lack of morality make for a deeply entertaining – albeit monstrously disturbing – tale.
He is known by many names – Clonelord, Manflayer, Primogenitor. He is the epitome of deceit and perversion, and feared by man and monster alike. Once the Chief Apothecary of the Emperor’s Children, the madman known as Fabius Bile possesses a knowledge of genetic manipulation second to none. Now a renegade among renegades, he is loathed by those he once called brother, and even the most degraded of Chaos Space Marines fear his name. Exiled for his dark experiments, Bile has retreated deep into the Eye of Terror, leaving a trail of twisted abominations in his wake. But when a former student brings word of the ultimate prize for the taking, Bile is unable to resist being drawn once more into the cauldron of war. For in seizing this prize, Fabius Bile might yet discover the one secret his has been unable to unlock… the secret which will prevent his inevitable doom.
Written by Josh Reynolds
An Astra Militarum audio drama
When Zachariah and a handful of men barely out of training are sent on a deadly reconnaissance mission he begins to wonder if his life might be in jeopardy.
LISTEN TO IT BECAUSE
Sergeant Zachariah returns for another high flying adventure with the Elsyian Drop Troops!
After a disastrous mission leaves their ranks decimated, Sergeant Zachariah must rapidly train a fresh batch of recruits to restore the 158th Elysian. The regime is harsh, lethal, and only the best will survive to become full–fledged drop troopers. But when a savage feud with a high-ranking officer threatens the 158th and Zachariah and a handful of men barely out of training are sent on a deadly reconnaissance mission he begins to wonder if his life might also be in jeopardy.
Written by Chris Dows.
Running time approx. 55 minutes. Narrated by John Banks. Performed by Matthew Hunt, Stephen Perring, Cliff Chapman, Jonathan Keeble and Steve Conlin.
We’re seeing a lot of new releases this week! Dark Angels fans are getting a new codex with a collector’s edition that will be available in the webstore, as well as access to a lot of Primaris Space Marines. We’re also seeing a couple new releases from Black Library to sweeten the pot. Make sure you check back in with us later this week for the links and descriptions of this week’s new releases.
What do you think about this week’s new releases? Are you looking forward to anything in particular?