Warhammer Imperium Magazine Issues 39 – 42 Contents Confirmed

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Warhammer Imperium Contents Confirmed Issues 39-42 - Featured

Last updated on May 9th, 2022 at 02:56 pm

Welcome back to another reveal for Warhammer Imperium Magazine and this time we are looking at the contents of issues 39-42. And this time… Sisters are…. ok, well “A” sister, is doing it for herself. There’s also the last of our Ad-Mech and another Necron command unit.

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Warhammer Imperium Magazine Issues 39 – 42 Contents

We’ve crossed the halfway point with these issues and whilst we’ve not seen a Space marine for a while, we do have the first of our Adepta Sororitas units shown this week.

Apologies for the delay, I’ve had the whole Sticker Album to do this week!

Warhammer Imperium Issue 39 Contents

Release Date: 01/06/22

GBPUSDCADEURAUD
Issue Price£8.99$13.95$€9.99$19.99
Total Value£11.67$19.34$23.34€15.34$32.67
Total Saving£2.68$5.39$€5.35$12.68
Percentage Saving23%28%%35%39%

The second of three Kataphron Destroyers (which can also be built as Kataphron Breachers) arrives in issue 39. This half-man, half-tank Adeptus Mechanicus figure is covered in all sorts of details and will be a great challenge for any budding painter.

Warhammer 40,000 Imperium Issues 39-42 Contents Confirmed Issue 39 Kataphron Destroyer

Kataphron Destroyers (or Breachers, depending on which you wish to build) usually come in a set of three, each on a different sprue. This is the sprue you get with Issue 39.

Warhammer 40,000 Imperium Issues 39-42 Contents Confirmed Issue 39 Kataphron Destroyer Sprue

Warhammer Imperium Issue 40 Contents

Release Date: 08/06/22

GBPUSDCADEURAUD
Issue Price£8.99$13.95$€9.99$19.99
Total Value£11.67$19.34$23.34€15.34$32.67
Total Saving£2.68$5.39$€5.35$12.68
Percentage Saving23%28%%35%39%

And if one wasn’t enough (or, technically, two), Issue 40 furnishes collectors with the final of their trio of Kataphron Destroyers.

This chap is, we believe, also going to be the last AdMech unit we’ll see with the Imperium subscription. If you skip ahead to Issue 41, you’ll get to see who’ll be filling their weird little robotic shoes.

Warhammer 40,000 Imperium Issues 39-42 Contents Confirmed Issue 40 Kataphron Destroyer

And here’s the third and final Destroyer sprue.

Warhammer 40,000 Imperium Issues 39-42 Contents Confirmed Issue 40 Kataphron Destroyer Sprue

Warhammer Imperium Issue 41 Contents

Release Date: 15/06/2022

GBPUSDCADEURAUD
Issue Price£8.99$13.95$€9.99$19.99
Total Value£24.00$38.00$€31.50$60.00
Total Saving£15.01$24.05$€21.51$40.01
Percentage Saving62.5%63.3%%68.3%66.7%

First released in the Pariah Nexus expansion for the last edition of Kill Team, the Necron Chronomancer has at last broken free form that car-crash of a boxed set and distanced himself from the Flayed Ones he was unfortunate enough to be partnered up with at his initial release.

Warhammer 40,000 Imperium Issues 39-42 Contents Confirmed Issue 41 Chronomancer

This stand-out figure is one that will have any Necron fan drooling – the tentacle-legged robo wizard with his lollipop of doom is a really special model, so this issue won’t be hanging around long. Make sure you grab a copy before everyone else does!

Warhammer Imperium Issue 42 Contents

Release Date: 22/06/2022

GBPUSDCADEURAUD
Issue Price£8.99$13.95$€9.99$19.99
Total Value£24$38$€31.50$60.00
Total Saving£15.01$24.05$€21.51$40.01
Percentage Saving62.5%63.3%%68.3%66.7%

As I mentioned earlier, the Kataphron Destroyers that came in Issues 39 and 40 looks to be the last AdMech units that we’ll be getting with Imperium. Everyone’s favourite Martian robo-people will be being replaced by the iconic Adepta Sororitas – the Sisters of Battle – as the magazine shifts its focus onto other parts of the Imperium. The first Sisters figure people will receive is a Canoness, who arrives with Issue 42.

A quick search on Games Workshop’s webstore will reveal that this is not the standard Canoness you can pick up anywhere at any time. No, this stunning model is actually the Canoness who came with 2019’s Sisters of Battle Army Set and, as far as I’m aware, isn’t currently available anywhere else. (Update: It’s also now in the Sisters Combat Patrol box)

Much like the Chronomancer from the magazine before her, the Canoness will be an extremely desirable model to own. If you want to ensure you’re able to get your hands on one of these, make sure you pre-order or reserve a copy!

Warhammer 40,000 Imperium Issues 39-42 Contents Confirmed Issue 42 Canoness

Although this model isn’t currently available for individual purchase directly from Games Workshop (or anywhere, for that matter), A huge thanks to one of our readers, who pointed out that this figure is available as part of the Sisters of Battle Combat Patrol, which contains the 4 sprues from the Sisters of Battle Launch box the 3 from the Sororitas Rhino.

Still, we’ve calculated the values in the table below based on the “regular” Canoness.

Warhammer Imperium Magazine Contents – What’s Left?

The next couple of deliveries look to be very promising. With the majority of the filler – all those Necron Warriors and Primaris Assault Intercessors, for example – well and truly in the past, what remains in the latter half of the Imperium subscription is indeed rather tantalising.

Space MarinesEstimated Issue Allocation
Space Marines Firestrike Servo-Turret2
Outrider2
Primaris Invader ATV2
Lieutenant in Phobos Armour
3x Suppressors
3x Eliminators
10x Infiltrators
Infiltrator Sergeant
3
Marneus Calgar with Victrix Honour Guard2
Roboute Guilliman1
.
Adeptus Sororitas (Sisters of Battle)
10 x Battle Sisters
5 x Seraphim
1 x Repentia Superior
4 x Sisters Repentia
3 x Arco Flagellants
1 x Penitent Engine
3
.
Necron
Skorpekh Lord
Canoptek Reanimator
Plasmancer
Cryptothralls
1
Lokhust Heavy Destroyer1
Triarch Stalker2
2 x Tomb Blades2
Annihilation Barge / Catacomb Command Barge
Overlord
2
Canoptek Wraiths3
Deathmarks1
Lychguard / Triarch Praetorians1
Terrain
Haemotrope Reactor1
Battlezone: Manufactorum Ruins2
Thermic Plasma Conduit1
Remaining Issues38
Total Estimation 32
Estimated Paint Issues6

What are you looking forward to the most? Personally, I’m looking forward to getting Calgar and Guilliman, as well as the remaining Adepta Sororitas stuff that’s yet to come.

Warhammer Imperium Magazine Issues 39 – 42 Contents – Final Thoughts

Whilst the models in issues 39-42 are few in number, they are significant – both in terms of savings as well as what’s yet to come in the Imperium magazine. The final two Kataphron Destroyers herald the end of the Adeptus Mechanicus’ time in the Imperium spotlight, whilst the inclusion of the Canoness signals that it’s the Sisters of Battle’s time to shine.

Oh, there’s also a Chronomancer in there to make sure we don’t forget that there are also Necrons involved in this magazine subscription.

Jokes aside, the Chromonancer is definitely one of the best Necron models out there, so he’s definitely one worth watching out for. What we haven’t seen for a while, though, are any Space Marines, so we must be due an injection of the Emperor’s Swolest at some point in the near future.

Check back again next month to see what’s up next!

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3 Comments

  1. The Canoness is available as part of the current Sisters of Battle Combat Patrol. The Combat Patrol is the 4 sprues from the Sisters of Battle Launch box (including this one) and the 3 from the Sororitas Rhino. £90 divided by 7 sprues is a cost for the Canoness of at £12.85 approximately. It’s limited on load out so not quite worth the same as the multipart but it is a lovely model.

  2. If the lychguard comes as one issue I will definitely want to get a couple of copies. They are across 3 half sprues tho so I think it’s more likely gonna be over two issues. Don’t think we have had that much plastic in an issue before

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