Space Marine Heroes – Full Collection Breakdown – All Series

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Ok, sure I’m late to the game in writing this but I hope it helps some of you. I tend to have a process when it comes to writing articles. I’m a deep thinker and want to figure stuff out myself. and when I do that I share what I’ve learned with the internet to hopefully save you the effort. So here, I’m trying to understand the Breakdown of the Space Marine Heroes collections. what you get in Japan vs what you get in the rest of the world. vs what models are available in other boxed sets so you can figure out where to get every model.

Yeah, right now at the time of publication, there is no series 4 on the horizon, this may be a waste of time, but I needed this, I wanted to see what models were available where and how you can get hands-on with every single one. and I’ve done it, now I’m here to share it with you. You can still pick up these sets in a few odd places, however (at a scalpers premium), so you haven’t totally missed out.

So here we go. the full and complete breakdown of all of the Space Marine Heroes collections in all of the available Series.

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Space Marine Heroes – Introduction

Space Marine Heroes is a blind box product, each series has a collection of models. You can buy individual boxes and will randomly get one of the several marines in each set. it’s a surprise you see. You are never 100% what you are getting.

Think of things like Treasure X or LOL surprise for kids, it;s like that but with cool warhamemr models.

This sort of thing is much more popular in Japan where Games Workshop is starting to make an impact. This style of the product initially launched to attract that market. The models are incredibly well-detailed push-fit models, each with its own sculpted diorama style base. Kind of like the Warhammer Underworlds models. Each model has a choice of heads, both helmeted and unhelmeted options.

These models are also produced on slightly different sprues to normal games workshop offerings. these sprues are quite thin and round. the sprue gates are also much smaller making removal of the parts much easier. these are very much like Gundam sprues rather than the heavy chunky sprues we are used to.

Space Marine Heroes Sprue Example

Personally, I prefer much this style as the smaller sprue games makes removal so much easier and cleanup even easier too. Please swap all our sprues to this style GW.

This change in sprue style leads me to suspect that GW Uk did not produce these models and they were instead outsourced to model makers in the east.

It was no surprise that us hungry westerners started shouting up “we want the cool unique models” and so, Games Workshop delivered.

By Series 3, games Workshop realised that we aren’t too keen on the blind-box approach, we would rather just buy the whole set in one go without the hassle of swapping or paying eBay scalpers. So from series 3 outside of Japan, if you buy a whole retail box, you are certain to get one of each model.

Each release also had a number (normally 1 or 2) of ultra-rare secret models which were not shown on the boxes as part of the collection in any more than a silhouette. Though again, with series 3 when released Globally, there was one of the secret models in each retail boxed set.

There are differences between the Japanese release and the rest of the world. Specifically, the number and style of some models are different.

And that is the point of this article. showing all the models and which is from where.

Space Marine Heroes – Series 1

Space Marine Heroes Series 1 lauched like most 40k releases do, with Ultramarines emblazoned all over the artwork. (not sure why they keep pushing these, the only people I’ve seen actually paint Ultramarines are GW employees – let the flaming begin). Despite coming out after Primaris Marines had launched with 40k 8th edition, this set was focussed on the now classic Tactical marines. They may forever be the best sculpted Tactical Marnes that GW have or will ever produce(d).

Whilst the box art is Ultramarines, none of these models have any chapter specific mouldings, so you can paint them how you like for any faction.

Space Marine Heroes – Series 1 Model List

  • Japan Release: 12/13 Models – 2 Rare Secret Models (1 extra model is available as part of the paint set only and is not in the blind boxes)
  • Rest of World: 9 Models – 1 Rare Secret Model
  • Total Models Available: 13
  • Crossover Models: 9 Models available within the Space Marine Heroes collection across the different regional releases.

1. Brother Titus

Space Marine Heroes Brother Titus.png

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

2. Brother Remus

Space Marine Heroes Brother Remus.png

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

3. Brother Gaiun

Space Marine Heroes Brother Gaiun.png

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

4. Brother Vanial

Space Marine Heroes Brother Sergeant Vanial

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

5. Brother Garus

Space Marine Heroes Brother Garus

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

6. Brother Castor

Space Marine Heroes Brother Castor

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

7. Brother Promethor

Space Marine Heroes Brother Promethor

Availability

  • Japan: Yes – Secret
  • Rest of World: Yes

This model was one of the 2 secret models in Japan

8. Brother-Captain Thassarius

Space Marine Heroes Borther-Captain Thassarius

Availability

  • Japan: Yes – Paint Set Only
  • Rest of World: Yes – Secret

This model is only available in Japan as part of the Space Marine Heroes Series 1- Paint Set.

This was the secret model outside of Japan

9. Brother Sergeant Sevastus

Space Marine Heroes Brother Sergeant Sevastus - Space Marine Adventures Cassius

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

Notes

This model is also available in the Space Marine Adventures – Labyrinth of the Necrons boxed game (exclusive to certain retail outlets per country around the world) not available from Games Workshop directly

In Space Marine Adventures, this model is an Ultramarine named Seargeant Cassius

10. Brother Calistus

Space Marine Heroes Brother Calistus - Space Marine Adventures Infernus

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: No

Whilst this model is not available as part of Space Marine Heroes outside of Japan, it is available in the Space Marine Adventures – Labyrinth of the Necrons boxed game

In Space Marine Adventures, this model is a Salamander named Brother Infernus

11. Brother Aethor

Space Marine Heroes Brother Aethor - Space Marine Adventures Frostclaw

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: No

Whilst this model is not available as part of Space Marine Heroes outside of Japan, it is available in the Space Marine Adventures – Labyrinth of the Necrons boxed game

In Space Marine Adventures, this model is a Space Wolf named Brother Frostclaw

12. Brother Dolor

Space Marine Heroes Brother Dolor - Space Marine Adventures Frostclaw Gabriel

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: No

Whilst this model is not available as part of Space Marine Heroes outside of Japan, it is available in the Space Marine Adventures – Labyrinth of the Necrons boxed game

In Space Marine Adventures, this model is a Blood Angel Names Brother Gabriel

13. Brother Toriad

Space Marine Heroes Brother Sergeant Toriad - Space Marine Adventures Grimm

Availability

  • Japan: Yes – Secret
  • Rest of World: No

Whilst this model is not available as part of Space Marine Heroes outside of Japan, it is available in the Space Marine Adventures – Labyrinth of the Necrons boxed game

I was unable to find an official pictures of this model painted as an Ultramarine

In Space Marine Adventures, this model is an Imperial Fist named Brother Grimm

This model was one of the 2 secret models in Japan

Space Marine Heroes – Series 2

This time Games Workshop brought back Space Marine Terminators, with the best sculpts since Space Hulk. Like Space Hulk, the artwork was focused on the Blood Angels chapter but akin to series 1 there are no chapter-specific markings on the models. Due to Primaris now taking Space Marine designs in a new direction, I expect these may be the last terminators we see. at least for a good while. I’d love to see some Primaris terminators, however.

Space Marine Heroes – Series 2 Model List

  • Japan Release: 6/7 Models – 1 Rare Secret Model (1 extra model is available as part of the paint set only and is not in the blind boxes)
  • Rest of World: 9 Models – 2 Rare Secret Models
  • Total Models Available: 10
  • Crossover Models: 9 Models available within the Space Marine Heroes collection across the different regional releases.

Brother-Captain Donato

Space Marine Heroes - Series 2 - Brother Donato

Availability

  • Japan: Yes – Secret
  • Rest of World: Yes – Secret

Brother-Sergeant Victorno

Space Marine Heroes - Series 2 - Brother Victorno

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

This model is also available in the Space Marine Adventures – Rise of the Orks boxed game (exclusive to certain retail outlets per country around the world) not available from Games Workshop directly.

In Space Marine Adventures, this model is a Blood Angel named Brother Seargeant Angelus.

Brother Ebellius

Space Marine Heroes - Series 2 - Brother Ebellius

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

This model is also available in the Space Marine Adventures – Rise of the Orks boxed game.

In Space Marine Adventures, this model is a Space Wolf named Brother Stormheart.

Brother Phaello

Space Marine Heroes - Series 2 - Brother Phaello

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

Brother Sanyctus

Space Marine Heroes - Series 2 - Brother Sanyctus

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

Brother Maeklus

Space Marine Heroes - Series 2 - Brother Maeklus

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: No

Whilst this model is not available as part of Space Marine Heroes outside of Japan, it is available in the Space Marine Adventures – Rise of The Orks Boxed Game.

In Space Marine Adventures, this model is a Salamander named Brother Magmus.

Brother Darrago

Space Marine Heroes - Series 2 - Brother Darrago

Availability

  • Japan: Yes – Paint Set Only
  • Rest of World: Yes – Secret

Brother Aramus

Space Marine Heroes - Series 2 - Brother Ramus

Availability

  • Japan: No
  • Rest of World: Yes

Brother Feurran

Space Marine Heroes - Series 2 - Brother Feurran

Availability

  • Japan: No
  • Rest of World: Yes

This model is also available in the Space Marine Adventures – Rise of the Orks boxed game.

In Space Marine Adventures, this model is an Imperial Fist named Brother Etrus.

Brother Dyrael

Space Marine Heroes - Series 2 - Brother Dyrael

Availability

  • Japan: No
  • Rest of World: Yes

This model is also available in the Space Marine Adventures – Rise of the Orks boxed game.

In Space Marine Adventures, this model is an Ultramarine named Brother Lucian

Space Marine Heroes – Series 3

This time the collection says bye to the loyalist chapters and delivers unto us some disgustingly beautiful, Plague Marines.

Once again we see some of the absolute best sculpts available for this chapter right here in this Space marine heroes collection.

Space Marine Heroes – Series 3 Model List

  • Japan Release: 13 Models – 2 Rare Secret Models (1 model is available as part of the paint set only and is not in the blind boxes)
  • Rest of World: 9 Models – 1 Rare Secret Model
  • Total Models Available: 13
  • Crossover Models: 9 Models available within the Space Marine Heroes collection across the different regional releases. (in Japan 1 Space Marine Heroes model is available as part of the paint set only and is not in any of the blind boxes)

Plague Champion Gangrus

Space Marine Heroes - Series 3 - Plague Champion Gangrus

Availability

  • Japan: Yes – Secret
  • Rest of World: Yes

Gurg the Foul

Space Marine Heroes - Series 3 - Gurg the Foul

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

Clotticus

Scabboth

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

Kholerus

Space Marine Heroes - Series 3 - Kholerus

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

Morslug

Space Marine Heroes - Series 3 - Morslug

Availability

  • Japan: Yes
  • Rest of World: Yes

Scabboth

Space Marine Heroes - Series 3 - Scabboth

Availability

  • Japan:
  • Rest of World:

Pustus the Vile

Space Marine Heroes - Series 3 - Pustus the Vile

Availability

  • Japan: Yes – Paint Set Only
  • Rest of World: No

Despite being the poster boy when this series was announced on WarhammerCommunity.com. And with him featuring as one of the “7” models to collect on SpaceMarineHeroes.com (though all the box art and included paperwork say there are only 6 to collect). Pustus the Vile is not currently available outside of Japan where he was exclusive to Space Marine Heroes Series 3 Paint Set.

Like the previous 2 sets, I expect at some point this model may become available in a future Space Marine Adventures game.

Who knows? Time will tell.

Space Marine Heroes – Series 4

Series 4 hasd been hotly anticipated. at the time of posting this article it has been 2 years since series 3 released in Japan.

Spikeybits did suggest at the beginning of the year that there was a bit of a teaser which could have meant a series 4 announcement was coming soon, but this turned out to be nothing more than a Space Marine Heroes painting Competition. (read about it all here) But at least heroes is still getting some press so the line isn’t fully dead in the water just yet.

A lot has happened in the world over the last year and hopefully this is the reason we’ve had no progress and that a resurgence is coming soon. After all, the existing lines sold out super fast.

For now and until I get an update one way or the other, I’ll remain forever hopeful and leave this section as a placeholder.

Space Marine Heroes – Series 4 Model List

  • Japan Release: 0 Models
  • Rest of World: 0 Models
  • Total Models Available: 0
  • Crossover Models: 0

Availability

  • Japan:
  • Rest of World:

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2 Comments

  1. And if you live in the states don’t forget the six (two sets of three) that are in the spacemarine adventures expansions.

  2. The description of series 3 seems to be wrong. It’s using the numbers of series 1. Also the Scabboth model is missing the availability information.

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