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Meet the Frostgrave Artist

In Osprey Games
Dmitry Burmak created all of the artwork for Frostgrave: Fantasy Wargames in the Frozen City. He shares a little bit about himself here, along with a preview of some of the artwork in the main Frostgrave book.Continue Reading
From time to time an email flies round the office (usually on a Friday - though in this case it was the Thursday before Easter) asking the Osprey team to suggest one track that they think the rest of us have to listen to. It is a great way to discover new music... to show off our wonderful (or odd, or quite simply terrible) taste in music and to learn a bit more about our colleagues.Continue Reading

Frostgrave – The Official Miniatures!

In Osprey Games
In July, Osprey Games will be releasing Frostgrave, a new fantasy skirmish wargame where players take on the role of wizards and lead their bands of adventures into the ruins of an ancient, frozen city in a search for magical treasure. In support of this game, Osprey Games have teamed up with North Star Military Figures to jointly produce a large range of official Frostgrave Miniatures.  Continue Reading
Some very exciting breaking news this morning, as we can finally announce that Osprey are joining forces with Commando Comics to create an exciting new series of military comics. You can read the entire press release below - and of course we will bring you more news as soon as it happens!   New War Comic Collaboration Hits the Beaches! Osprey Publishing and Commando Comics to launch new series together   Osprey Publishing (part of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC) and DC Thomson & Co Ltd have joined forces to create eight new graphic war novels consisting of an original, fictional, comic strip of 84 pages coupled with detailed historical information describing the featured conflict, campaign and combatants.Continue Reading
On 12th April 1917, the Canadian Army Corps captured Vimy Ridge from the German Sixth Army after 4 days of fierce fighting. One of the most important geographic features on the Western Front during World War I, Vimy Ridge was considered practically impregnable... Continue Reading
Is there anything better than an early look at some fantastic new artwork? We can't think of many things that beat the excitement of a new batch of art arriving in the office... the hushed quiet as everyone gathers round a desk to witness the package being unwrapped (or files being unzipped) and getting our first look at what our brilliant illustrators have put together.Continue Reading

Our April Fool gag - the making of.

In Military History, Featured
Most of you spotted our April Fool gag pretty much instantly - no fooling you lot! Though as many of you pointed out (and we wholeheartedly agree) such an idea would be rather cool! And you never know...do you? In the past a couple of our April Fool gags have ended up almost becoming a reality... sort of.Continue Reading
Happy Easter to all of you - from all of the Osprey team!   We are currently building an extensive network of fortifications to protect our horde of chocolate... though the time that has gone into said fortifications may have been somewhat wasted as the aforementioned chocolate seems to be vanishing astonishingly quickly.Continue Reading

Sunday Photo - Easter Sunday Raid

In Military History, Featured
On 5th April 1942, the Imperial Japanese Navy launched an attack against Colombo, Ceylon known as the Easter Sunday Raid or the Battle of Ceylon, a part of the Indian Ocean Raid... Continue Reading
This deal has been a few months in the building, but today we can exclusively announce that Lego and Osprey have teamed up to create a range of playsets based on some of our most iconic artwork, with sets ranging from set piece Greek battles and Roman battleships through to rampaging pirates, towering siege engines and dogfighting fighters.Continue Reading

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