Black Library Collecting Together New Warhammer Horror Line-Up

July 5, 2018 by brennon

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Black Library is going to be pooling together some interesting stories from the darker side (as if there could be a darker side) of Warhammer lore with the Warhammer Horror collection.

Warhammer Horror - Black Library

Here's what they had to say about the stories they're looking to tell...

"Warhammer Horror embraces the macabre and the disturbing and will bring you tales of fantasy and the far future the likes of which you have never seen before.

There has always been horror at the heart of the worlds of Warhammer, from daemonic abominations to baleful magicks and alternate hellish realms; from spectral warriors to mutant alien monstrosities and the creeping dread that inhabits all mortal minds. Here, for the first time, these dark and forbidding overtures are brought to terrifying realisation in a new imprint that focuses wholly on stories that will scare and delight.

Warhammer Horror treads a path into unsettling and unnerving places, engaging with more mature themes that are not for the faint or tender of heart. Visceral, psychological, supernatural, we plan on delving deep into the underbelly of the Warhammer worlds, exploring what is truly frightening and then offering it up to you, dear reader… if you’re brave enough?"

Leading the way is going to be a new anthology called Maledictions which will feature work by Graham McNeill, Cassandra Khaw, Alec Worley and David Annandale and more.

This will just be the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the Horror stories being forged by Black Library and you're likely to see some old favourites get a re-release too. As a big fan of Gothic and Horror writing by the likes of Edgar Allen Poe, this sounds like it could be worth delving into.

What do you think?

"Leading the way is going to be a new anthology called Maledictions..."

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