This week Lange and Nathan return to continue their review of the new Tyranids Codex with some “competitive” list building. Their hearts are not really in it but dammit… they try to make the best out of a steaming pile. The models of the week are the new Battle Cruisers from Spartan Games. Also, tons of TV talk in this week’s Something Shiny! Listen and enjoy!!
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1. I’m sad you stopped cursing my name under your breath literally dozens of times each episode. I was starting to feel like a largely than life figure that you’re afraid of for judging you from behind the shadows like the fucking Batman.
2. Young justice is AMAZING, I wouldn’t hesitate to call it the best superhero show I’ve ever seen for a variety of reasons, each almost enough to merit its status thusly in my mind. The only caveat is that the way it was canceled causes a couple of WTF blips in the story line, and the last episodes are bad, even for a superhero cartoon. I could write an essay about why it’s great, but I’ll leave it at this.
3. Kneel before Zod.
4. Why is it that I the first thought in my mind is that if you want to emulate Top Gear you need a short guy too? It might be that I always have that on my mind because I’m only 5’7″, and BY SOME CURSE OF GOD I seem only able to attract cyclopean pituitary freaks for friends. My friends are all taller than me by almost a foot. My ex was a 6′-fucking-2″ woman.
“Hurr, hey Mike, you want anything off the top shelf?”
“Fuck you, Whore.”
5. I like the WD idea. Honeslty like a couple months ago I pretty much verbatim wrote in to GW saying change all the stuff they’re changing now. Maybe it’s a coincidence, or maybe I have an unearthly power to move men against their wills with my oratory.
so we now enter the time where GW figured out micro transactions. (now the EA of miniature games?)
i’d prefer if they’d kindly give us all the rules in one cohesive book (codex, army book whatever) rather then spread it out over many different types of formats. they do have the time to plan these things and its not like they don’t have the resources to do so. it would then make it feel like it is worth the money spent to get the book, not constantly feeling like there is pages missing.
…. i haven’t bought a White Dwarf for many years, don’t think i’ll bother with a weekly or monthly digital copy either. as for the data slates….. save my money for a miniature to pick up, or take my kid to a movie…. either is a win.
Well, they figured out half of the equation, they have yet to understand a fraction of a product is worth a fraction of the price.