Wargame Bloggers Quarterly–a Neat New Magazine

It’s big, bold and pretty!

There is a new quarterly wargames magazine available in the Internet called Wargame Bloggers Quarterly. This is, as the title suggests, a quarterly magazine designed to highlight the best looking of games and and reviews.

I have had a quick look through issue one and I am impressed. No fancy tricks, just good solid text and images.

This first issue has chapters on:

  • Bloody Cremona from Simon Miller
  • Trouble Brewing in “Serenity City” by Dave Docherty
  • Whitechapel 1888 by Michael Awdry
  • Lledo “Days Gone Bye” Horse Drawn Carriages from Robert Audin
  • Inside the Mind of Loki – Vallejo Model Colour and Triads from Andrew “Loki” Saunders
  • Iron Mitten Plays “Spot the Royalist”
  • and lastly, a copy of the Official Charter of the Magazine

Well worth having a look – I know what my lunchtime reading is today … and tomorrow!

8 thoughts on “Wargame Bloggers Quarterly–a Neat New Magazine

  1. misternizz 20 August 2014 / 11:20 pm

    Reblogged this on Third Point of Singularity and commented:
    I don’t often reblog a post, but Wargame Blogger’s Quarterly is such a neat idea, I’m really taken with it. Tip of the hat to Thomo for finding this and I’ll definitely be investigating it in the future (and who knows, maybe something from here will be on there, but I doubt it!).


    • Thomo the Lost 21 August 2014 / 8:50 am

      Yeah, to get something from here into there, well, I would need to lift my background scenery game a lot and living a somewhat itinerant lifestyle, that’s easier said than done.

      Liked by 1 person

      • misternizz 22 August 2014 / 8:27 pm

        Oh, I suspect your material is more in line with their goals than mine is. — Walt


  2. Greg Kelleher 22 August 2014 / 6:42 am

    Ian, do you have a link for this blog?


  3. Millsy 23 August 2014 / 5:30 am

    Hi Ian. I’m Millsy from Canister & Grape and the Editor-in-Chief of WBQ on Issue One. Thanks very much for the shout out! Really glad you enjoyed it. Issue Two promises to be bigger and better again.


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