Larry is back with a review of Chris Holm newest series opener The Killing Kind.
A fast paced, page turning adventure that keeps you riveted, this action/suspense defines the genre – Larry, The Founding Fields
Returning to M41 once more, Bellarius gives his verdict on how Pyres of Armageddon brings Commissar Yarrick to life.
“An excellent release, perfectly describing Yarrick’s finest hour and with plenty of action to satisfy even the most avid of 40K fans.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields
Bellarius takes the time to look into another Black Library author’s attempts to expand beyond the worlds of Warhammer.
“A reasonable opening for new fans, with plenty of shout outs and references to keep old hands happy.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields
Returning to the Imperium Secundus and the events of the Horus Heresy, Bellarius offers a few brief thoughts on this latest addition to the series.
“This is the kind of book the Horus Heresy needs more of.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields
With the Horus Heresy still in full swing, Bellarius steps back to offer his opinion on an older duology sadly overlooked by far too many fans.
“A solid combination of stories, offering some very interesting twists in the usual loyalist/traitor dynamic.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields
Breaking away from the usual realm of superheroics, Bellarius takes a long into one of the original works of Mark Millar: Starlight.
“Exciting, intelligent, fun and colourful, Starlight is easily one of the most underrated comics of the decade.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields
Turning to a very back-to-basics novel, Bellarius sees what is in store for the Silver Skulls with Portents.
“Another great novel to inspire fans to build chapters and further the setting, all the while providing some truly engaging bolter porn.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields
With the start of a new saga, Bellarius sees what Dan Abnett has to offer with I Am Slaughter:
“A solid start but an extremely rushed ending speaks for itself.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields.
Looking into an older novella release, Bellarius gives his thoughts on the brilliant but flawed Eternal Crusader by Guy Haley:
“While sparks of brilliance show through, Eternal Crusader is sadly held back by the desire to tie into the larger universe than be its own work.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields.
Returning to the Horus Heresy, Bellarius weighs the best and worst of Dan Abnett and Neil Roberts’ Macragge’s Honour.
“Shallow and short but still somewhat entertaining.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields.