Warhammer: Visions, Issue #05 June 2014
Warhammer: Visions is Games Workshop's monthly magazine that offers a completely new take on the worlds of Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 in a stunning new, extended, pictorial style. With over 70 more pages than the previous monthly White Dwarf boasting more Golden Demon and Armies on Parade photos and more fantastic photographs of Citadel miniatures than ever before, including your favorite sections from Army of the Month and Blanchitsu, to Kit Bash and Paint Splatter, each edition of Warhammer: Visions is wonderfully unique and the perfect monthly companion for any hobbyist.
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