Useful web links
40K gaming and modelling
12 March 2014 | 6th Edition
Bolter and Chainsword
Excellent Forum for everything Space Marines. As good as it gets. Log-in and learn!
Well we must musn't we?
Creators of exquisite (and expensive) resin models, and lavish rules expansions to broaden the 40K hobby.
The home of 40K literature: the publishing arm of Games Workshop producing fiction based upon the world of Warhammer 40K.
Non GW 40K models and accessories
Creators and sculpture of a superb range of Science Fiction Fantasy figures, accessories, bases and terrain compatible with the 40K universe.
Resin scenery and gaming aids. Most well known for their SM-style steam knight helmets (that find their way onto many Pre-Heresy conversions); as well many additional 40K-style weapons; and accessories including wings, shields etc.
Dark Angels reference
One of the best Dark Angel websites around.
An excellent showcase for the great work of Brother Bishop – a long-time DA fanatic.
Other 40K army sites
40K gaming community driven-site. A forum for all 40K races.
The Grimdarkness.net is a Warhammer 40,000 hobby site focusing on various armies, mainly chaos-based. Includes an extensive fan produced Codex: Four Winds of Chaos, army lists, special rules, a blog section and more.
Create, edit and manage your growing list of armies for Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer Fantasy, Warmachine/Hordes and Bushido. Keep up to date with the latest events and news from across the Wargaming industry through our website.
The best in 40K blogs
A comprehensive Space Wolves blog with contributions by a team of dedicated Wolves gamers and modellers.
The Vanus Temple
Dezartfox's blog dedicated to armies he's building, tactics, battle reports and other hobby-related stuff.
Other 40K gaming communities
The Second Sphere is a Warhammer 40,000 community (forum) dedicated to the game systems created by Games Workshop.
Latest news and events from Black Library writer Dan Abnett.
The official website of William King.
Bill is an author and games designer, probably best known as the creator of the most (or should that be, least?) successful Trollslayer in the history of the Warhammer Universe, Gotrek Gurnisson, as well as being the co-author of one of the best stories in 40K — Deathwing.
The Fourth Company
The official website for Graham McNeill, author and wordsmith.
Gav Thorpe’s very entertaining weblog.
Rob Sanders Speculative Fiction
Blog of the author of the very entertaining and inteligent Atlas Infernal (an Inquisitor Czevak novel), Redemption Corps (an Imperial Guard novel), Legion of the Damned (a Space Marines Battles novel) and other short 40K stories.
Wobbly Model Syndrome
A hilarious poke at the world of 40K in this weekly comic strip.
For science fiction authors
iain banks (uk)
iain banks (us)
Ian M Banks - Scottish creator of the sublime Culture series of novels that are best described as large scale space epics. The scope, language, imagination and scientific invention in these incredible novels make 40K seem very small fry indeed.
40K online stores
Buy Warhammer 40K
Whether you are into Warhammer Fantasy, Warhammer 40000, or Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game, we have them all!
Trouble free, reliable, reasonably priced web hosting and great support from this UK/US company.
Chris Coyier's excellent site for web developers and designers alike.
Great source for good clean, considered web coding guides and solutions for when things get tricky.
456 Berea Street
A site by a Swedish web professional, Roger Johansson. Most posts on the site are related to web standards, coding, accessibility, or usability in one way or another, with the occasional post on other subjects.
If you would like to add your site to this list send an email with your URL and I will investigate. Chronicler Isiah
Chronicler Isiah, the 4th Battle Company, Dark Angels.