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Finally, Henry Cavill Is Going To Produce Some Warhammer 40,000 Content

Your power armour awaits, Brother Cavill

Henry Cavill is pretty well established as a an all-round radical dude. It has also been no secret that the guy loves his Warhammer 40,000taking basically any opportunity to nerd out and talk to people about it.

And now, freed from the shackled expectations of playing ‘The Man Of Steel’, he has finally entered into a partnership to make something, ANYTHING Warhammer 40,000 related with the assistance of Amazon.

Now, I am very into the lore of Warhammer 40,000 – and it is a deep, deep rabbit hole – so I am well aware that there is a plethora of options for Mr. Cavill to delve into. The internet of course, has their own theories and demands:

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Honestly I am on board of any of these. The idea of a shirtless Henry Cavill, badly painted green and just running around screaming WAAAAGH is extremely appealing to me.

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At the end of the day, I am just glad that Henry is finally able to talk about a hobby he is clearly passionate about – without some dorky talk show host trying to paint it as something silly. Warhammer IS silly, and that is part of what makes it awesome. Godspeed, Master Cavill.

Are you excited to see the grim darkness of the far future fully realised? Let us know in the comments or on social media.

Shoutouts to Warhammer Community.

Written By Ash Wayling

Known throughout the interwebs simply as M0D3Rn, Ash is bad at video games. An old guard gamer who suffers from being generally opinionated, it comes as no surprise that he is both brutally loyal and yet, fiercely whimsical about all things electronic. On occasion will make a youtube video that actually gets views. Follow him on YouTube @Bad at Video Games


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