Tuesday, 25 May 2010

FANTASY REVIEW: Warhammer Fantasy: Brunner the Bounty Hunter Omnibus - CL Werner


his is the dark saga of the ruthless bounty hunter who goes by the name of Brunner. Goblins, vampires, outlaws and even dragons - they're all fair game for this dark hero's blade. Across the length and breadth of the grim Warhammer Old World, Brunner plies his trade, tracking down and killing monsters. But he also faces challenges from within his own dubious profession as a rival hunter stakes a claim to his bounty.


Everyone’s favourite Warhammer Bounty Hunter returns in this omnibus. What makes this double the fun however is that its Clint’s interpretation of the Man with No Name with no personal morals provided that the price is right on his quarry.

Its great value, its got a real antihero whom you’ll just love but above all else, the early tales are short offerings that make it a great title to dip into when you want a bit of no nonsense violence. Add to the mix that this title is fun, the tales are entertaining and absolutely no one is above this hunter’s sights backed up with a twisted sense of humour and it will not only endear the reader to this authors style but also demonstrates that a hard world breeds harder men. A real cracker.

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