Tale of Painters review March’s issue of White Dwarf

By Polar_Bear
In Magazine/webzine
Feb 24th, 2013
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Tale of Painters gives us another of their reviews on White Dwarf, this time with the upcoming March issue.

From this review:

In our March review of White Dwarf we through each section of the magazine and share our thoughts and criticism. Head over to Tale of Painters and find out what to expect of this month’s issue.

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  • cama

    Saved me $10, thanks!

  • beardybard

    This dude really needs to get outside once in a while.

  • KelRiever

    Next pointless review. What game store owners are wearing this month!

    • cama

      Now that would be interesting. Percentage of collars to non-collars, suits? are they still viable? Shoes – comfortable or stylish.

      A survey like that would be entertaining. White Dwarf? Not entertaining.

    • KelRiever

      I, uh….

      Okay, you got me.

      • cama

        I just knew I could!

        We have to email regarding that kickstarter – Zombie Storeowners in Belly Shirts!

        • KelRiever

          :O ><

          That’s horror right there for you. Just the thought…

  • cybogoblin

    Jervis Johnson
    … talking about why rolling off when facing rules questions is often best.”

    AKA

    Jervis Johnson
    … justifies why GW doesn’t make more robust rules by trying to tell you that rolling dice is more fun.

    • Only squares play by the “rules” man. Like, at our club we just put down our models and feel the vibe for who wins, you know. Why do people always gotta be fighting?

  • beardybard

    Tale of Painters has a massive hard on for GW and everything they do now is awesome and perfect.

    • Bobofreak

      Or they just like them, nothing wrong with that. Haters will hate

  • Soulfinger

    I am going to paste pictures of GW miniatures inside of a copy of Reader’s Digest and write “White Dwarf” on the cover to send them for review. I am sure that they will be blown away by the magazine’s awesome new direction.

    • cama

      And more portable size!

      pull my soulfinger!

      • Nightbee

        I don’t know that Soulfinger really needs a hype man. Most of us can probably recognize his humorous intent without you coming around afterwards to make note of it.