This coming weekend we have Ork reinforcements for Warhammer 40k and some Joytoy Vanguard Space Marines for preorders.
JOYTOY Vanguard Space Marine Incursors and Infiltrators
Available in squads of four Incursors or Infiltrators, the Vanguard Space Marines are 12cm tall – approximately 1:18 scale – and they can be equipped with all manner of amazing accessories, including guns, pistols, mines, and weapon sights.These figures are little powerhouses of brilliance, and each is fully poseable with 25 points of articulation. Use them to create fantastic diorama scenes, mixing and matching equipment to customise your squads to your heart’s content.These JOYTOY action figures are available via our Made to Order service, and you’ll be able to order yours on Games-Workshop.com for one week only between the 25th of September and the 3rd of October. Set a reminder for next Saturday so you don’t miss out.
Of all the Orks’ mechanical creations, the Kill Rig may be the most audacious. A giant scrap-metal sleigh bristling with gun towers, dragged into battle by a cantankerous tramplasquig, as a Wurrboy blasts enemies with bolts of psychic energy like a wild-eyed murder-Santa delivering the gift of death? That’s textbook Ork.This kit can alternatively be built as a Hunta Rig – with a separate Wurrboy – that’s perfect for giving your bellowing Beast Snagga Boyz a ride.
If any of your Boyz happen to fall off their Kill Rig or get trampled by a horde of squighogs, the Painboss is here to fix ’em up, often with a cybernetic limb or two. Not known for his bedside manner, he leaves all the grunt work to his Grot Orderly, who he’s also outfitted with a snazzy motorised wheel.
Mozrog Skragbad is the surliest, meanest, and most belligerent Beast Snagga to have ever lived. Charging into battle on Big Chompa, his great white squigosaur, he’s a total force of nature.
Stuffed full of bionics after being swallowed whole and nearly digested by a goliath gutmaw, Skragbad is more determined and fightier than ever. This kit also builds a generic Beastboss on Squigosaur for a slightly more chilled-out alternative – by Ork standards at least.
All of these Ork releases will be rocking up for pre-order from next weekend,** so get ready to expand your green tide.