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Classic Inferno! Issue 2


Classic Inferno! Issue 2

Available for one month 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.

The debut of Gav Thorpe, the first Bloodquest strip and loads more goodies are contained within these covers.

Print on Demand - Available to order until 5pm GMT on Saturday 27th October 2018. This book will be printed to order and we expect to dispatch it within 35 days.

Your entire order will be dispatched when this book is available. If you are ordering other items alongside this book and would like them sooner please order them separately.

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!). This second issue featured the fiction-writing debut of none other than Gav Thorpe, with a prophetically titled story about Sigmar himself, plus a tale of the Dark Angels and the first instalment of the infamous Bloodquest comic.


Short Stories
Tenebrae by Mark Brendan
Hatred by Ben Chessell
The Black Pearl by Chris Pramas
Birth of a Legend by Gav Thorpe

Obvious Tactics, Episode 2 by David Pugh
Bloodquest, Part 1 by Gordon Rennie & Colin MacNeil

The Doom of Khazad Ghrund by Jonathan Green & Ralph Horsley
From the Archives of the Blood Angels by Tom Lauten
Baldo Umbaldiby Ian Pickstock & John Blanche

Plus art by Simon Davis & Geoff Taylor