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A Ronin Campaign Report

In Military History
An absolutely corking Ronin campaign report, courtesy of Tim's Miniature Wargaming BlogContinue Reading

Osprey Wargames now open for submissions

In Military History
As readers of the Osprey Blog will know, back at the end of November we announced the new Osprey Wargames series, and the first couple of titles in that range. Well, we’ve got high hopes for this new series, and we’re opening the doors to any and all submissions. So, if you’ve written a set of rules that has given you some great games, email a copy through to wargames@ospreypublishing.com and it might end up getting the Osprey treatment!Continue Reading

Action Movies

In Military History
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that an action movie made in the 80s and early 90s must be superior to its successors.Continue Reading

The Future of New Vanguard

In Military History
Hot on the heels of the Future of RAID blog, here's a rundown of the New Vanguard books we've got coming out over the next year or so...Continue Reading

New Artist – Johnny Shumate

In Military History
As some of you will have noticed, we have a new artist in the Osprey fold – Johnny Shumate. Johnny is a freelance illustrator from Nashville, Tennessee, and has been working in this field since 1987. He renders the majority of his work digitally, and has featured prominently and often in Ancient Warfare magazine.Continue Reading

The Future of RAID

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Mike has been doing sterling work keeping track of the forthcoming Men-at-Arms titles here, and I thought it was probably about time I did the same for RAID.Continue Reading

Red Dawn, Red Dawn and Red Dawn Down Under

In Military History
As some of you may know, I am not ashamed to admit that I am a big fan of Red Dawn. As a child of the 80s, I missed this first time around, and it wasn’t until the 90s that I was able to enjoy the glory of Patrick Swayze, Charlie Sheen, Huey Lewis, Magnum P.I., Optimus Prime and other such mainstays of 80s entertainment. Actually, for all that I love the movie, I can’t really remember any of the main actors beyond that (and I grant my memory may be hazy on what role Huey Lewis actually played...).Continue Reading

New RAID inbound

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The first copy of July's forthcoming RAID 11: Pegasus Bridge – Benouville D-Day 1944 landed on my desk this morning, and I was so pleased with how it had turned out that I thought I'd share some sneak peeks...Continue Reading

Scooters From Hell

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Traditionally, motor scooters are not considered the most 'manly' form of transport, but then most scooters aren't carrying an M20 75mm recoilless rifle.Continue Reading

Desert Island Osprey

In Military History
Shamelessly poaching from the long-running BBC Radio 4 programme, 'Desert Island Discs', which asks celebrities to choose 8 pieces of music, 1 book, and 1 luxury item to take with them if they were cast away on a desert island, I thought we should apply it to Osprey...Continue Reading

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