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Imperial Guard Leman Russ DemolisherThe Leman Russ Demolisher was devised for but one task: line breaking. It carries the short ranged but highly destructive demolisher cannon. Often thought of as a siege tank, the Leman Russ Demolisher has additional armour plating and is utterly devastating when fighting against enemy fortifications.
This box set contains one multi-part plastic Leman Russ Demolisher, and all of the components to allow you to assemble either a Punisher or Executioner variant instead. This 98-piece kit includes all of the sponson and hull-mounted weapon options available to Leman Russ tank variants, including: a lascannon, heavy bolters, heavy flamers, multi-meltas, and plasma cannons. Also included are a Tank Commander, smoke launchers, and a sheet of water slide transfers.
Imperial Guard Hellhound
The Hellhound Flame Tank is designed to flush out enemy infantry from dense terrain. A Hellhound is equipped with a powerful flamethrower that discharges a self-igniting chemical. The flames find their way into every nook and crevice, consuming any troops who are sheltering behind cover, reducing them to cinder and ash.
This box set contains one multi-part plastic Hellhound, and all of the components to allow you to assemble either a Devil Dog or Bane Wolf variant instead.
How to Paint Citadel Tanks provides a complete guide to assembling and painting all manner of vehicles of the 41st Millennium, using paints, glues and other materials from the Citadel range. Whatever your level of experience, you will find plenty of helpful tips and tricks within the pages of this book. How to Paint Citadel Tanks offers a wealth of advice for painters, collectors, and gamers alike.
This 96-page book covers every aspect of painting and modelling Citadel vehicles, including: essential tools and materials, preparation and assembly, and five complete stage-by-stage guides examining: a Space Marine Predator, an Imperial Guard Leman Russ, an Ork Trukk, a Chaos Space Marine Defiler and an Eldar Falcon.
As many of you know I am ending the production of Turn Signals because I cannot sell collected printed comics and make real money due to Games Workshop’s intellectual property policy and them not being interested in making any kind of mutually adventageous deal with the TSOALR Empire. My advertisers had paid for their space through July and today is the last day of July. Unfortunately, this also works out to be comic number 666 and I just couldn’t leave it that way. So, there will be one more on Monday, just to avoid the last TSOALR comic being the evilest comic ever.