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Don't forget some chaos warriors of Malal too! I bet they would look ace. Especially the idea of Malal style Beastmen. Whatever appears out of this project, I'm sure it'll be great! It's already got that much longed-for retro appeal. Chaos warriors, champions and beastmen would also all be gratefully received I think! Glad you boys loved this post.
Plenty more from Tony in the near future! Tuesday, 21 January The Malignancy of Malal: Malal's Daemonic Pantheon Restored? I have been talking to Tony Ackland a lot over the last few days and our conversations will soon turn into a fresh interview with the Grandmaster himself.
Readers of this blog are clearly great admirers of his work, as his first interview is one of the most popular things I have ever put together for this blog. I had lots of questions, as you would imagine, but I knew that the one thing that needed further clarification was what he could recall about the Malal project. After all, the Malignancy of Malal: Solving the Mystery of the 'Fifth' Chaos God is by far the most popular post I have ever produced, even more so than the interview carried out with the Mighty Avenger himself, Bryan Ansell , so I knew there was strong interest in the story, particularly the origins of the concept material.
George Fairlamb helped stoke the fires higher with his interpretation of the lesser Malal daemon, or Hook Horror, which is available for sale at CP Models. I know lots of people bought these models and that at some point in the future we are promised additional heads and arms.
Mick Leach, from Eastern Front Studios , plans on producing an 'Antiqus Malleum' product line inspired by Old School '80s miniatures and he has mentioned to me an interest in doing a range of daemons influenced by the old Realm of Chaos books.