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Classic Inferno! Issue 7

Exclusives

Classic Inferno! Issue 7

Available for three weeks only!

With the glorious return of Inferno! as a paperback short story anthology, we're reprinting classic issues of the original Inferno! for you to collect. Each issue will be a facsimile of the original magazine, available to print on demand for one month only.

READ IT BECAUSE
This is where Dan Abnett really cements his reputation as a master of Warhammer fiction, with not one but two new tales – starring Imperial Fists and Knights of the White Wolf, no less!

This book is print on demand and will be dispatched within 56 days.

DESCRIPTION
Inferno! magazine was the very first publication from Black Library, way back in the wild days of 1997. A bi-monthly magazine gathering together short stories, comics, art and interesting features, it delved into the worlds of Warhammer in a way that codexes and rulebooks couldn't – and acted as a launching point for new writers and characters who soon found their way into novels (and even games!). Issue 7 brings a Dan Abnett double-header, as he spins a tale of the Imperial Fists and tells a story from the world-that-was, starring the Knights of the White Wolf. There's also an unlikely witch hunter and wizard team-up, and the story of an Imperial Guardsman lost and alone – plus the latest Obvious Tactics and the usual art and features.

CONTENTS
Short Stories
A Company of Wolves by Dan Abnett
Last Man Standing by Dan Abnett
Children of the Emperor by Barrington J Bayley
The Chaos Beneath by Mark Brendan

Comics
Obvious Tactics, Episode 7 by David Pugh

Features
Icons of the Imperium: The Doomsday Cannon by Ian Pickstock & David Pugh
Exhibit 264: Heretical Text by John Blanche & Ian Pickstock

Plus art by Kev Hopgood, Karl Kopiniski, Kenson Low, Logan Lubera, Mike Perkins & Craig Yeung