One of the greatest things about blogging is the way in which it strengthens the wargaming community across the globe. There are hundreds of ways this happens, but one of the very best and most attractive is Wargame Bloggers Quarterly, of which Issue 2 is now online and available.
Prepared by the super-talented Michael “Millsy” Mills, and edited on this occassion by Dave “Brushes” Docherty, WBQ Issue 2 builds on the wonderful work of the first issue earlier this summer.
There’s wargames set in places as varied as the Sudan and New Zealand, featuring action from Durin’s Middle Earth Causeway to the cricket fields of 1930s England and the bootlegging ganglands of Serenity City. Painting, modelling, book reviews and cooking are covered in detail. The standard of photography, the quality of writing and the efforts made by each of the contributing bloggers worldwide to produce the magazine are really remarkable.
In fact, I’d so far to say that the contents are guaranteed to be of interest to any discerning wargamer, wherever you are, whatever you paint and whatever period or game you play. It’s a great way of paying tribute to great bloggers and our hobby, at the same time as sharing their work and ensuring that its preserved in a single handy resource which you can turn to at any time.
And, its FREE !
Anyway, don’t listen to me waffling on about how great it is … download it for yourself HERE.
The hobby really doesn’t get better than this. Great job Millsy, Dave and all the authors!