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White Dwarf 124, April 1990. Les Edwards, 1990.
If this cover were a feature film, it would have gone straight to video.

White Dwarf 124, April 1990. Les Edwards, 1990.

If this cover were a feature film, it would have gone straight to video.

Epic space Imperial Knights. From White Dwarf 126, June 1990.
I’ve long suspected that person or persons unknown in the GW Studio wanted to play Battletech but didn’t like the figures so cooked up this “patch” to the 40K universe in order to get a collection of Mech models made that were more to their taste.

Epic space Imperial Knights. From White Dwarf 126, June 1990.

I’ve long suspected that person or persons unknown in the GW Studio wanted to play Battletech but didn’t like the figures so cooked up this “patch” to the 40K universe in order to get a collection of Mech models made that were more to their taste.

Citadel Miniatures Feudals from White Dwarf 91. July 1987.
I suspect you can probably still get all these models from Wargames Foundry.

Citadel Miniatures Feudals from White Dwarf 91. July 1987.

I suspect you can probably still get all these models from Wargames Foundry.

'Eavy Metal from White Dwarf 113, May 1989.

White Dwarf 100 - April 1988. John Sibbick & Michael Immig, 1988.

White Dwarf 100 - April 1988. John Sibbick & Michael Immig, 1988.

White Dwarf 99 - March 1988. Credited to “Collective Creativity Inc.” but clearly pencilled by Tony Ackland.

White Dwarf 99 - March 1988. Credited to “Collective Creativity Inc.” but clearly pencilled by Tony Ackland.

White Dwarf 98 - February 1988. Dave Andrews, 1988.

White Dwarf 98 - February 1988. Dave Andrews, 1988.

White Dwarf 97 - January 1988. Peter Andrew Jones, 1987.

White Dwarf 97 - January 1988. Peter Andrew Jones, 1987.

White Dwarf 96 - December 1987. Iain McCaig, 1987.
Spot the “deliberate” mistake.

White Dwarf 96 - December 1987. Iain McCaig, 1987.

Spot the “deliberate” mistake.