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A Warhammer 40,000 story The orks on the space hulk Da Big Mouf love a good fight – but they're not prepared for the latest enemies to invade their warp-borne home. READ IT BECAUSE Danie Ware's written a lot from the perspective of the Adepta Sororitas. Now you can see how her sisters look from an enemy's point of view. THE STORY On the space hulk Da Big Mouf, the Deathskulls r A Warhammer 40,000 story The orks on the space hulk Da Big Mouf love a good fight – but they're not prepared for the latest enemies to invade their warp-borne home. READ IT BECAUSE Danie Ware's written a lot from the perspective of the Adepta Sororitas. Now you can see how her sisters look from an enemy's point of view. THE STORY On the space hulk Da Big Mouf, the Deathskulls reign supreme. Among these bold greenskin lootas, few are as respected as Grimdak – after all, he's one of the biggest AND he has the best shoota. But when invaders board the hulk, Grimdak and his fellow orks find themselves in the fight of their lives. They're facing humies in heavy armour with bolters – but they're not Space Marines. These warriors are something the orks have never seen before… Can Grimdak, his boss, and his boyz survive the holy wrath of the Sisters of Battle?


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A Warhammer 40,000 story The orks on the space hulk Da Big Mouf love a good fight – but they're not prepared for the latest enemies to invade their warp-borne home. READ IT BECAUSE Danie Ware's written a lot from the perspective of the Adepta Sororitas. Now you can see how her sisters look from an enemy's point of view. THE STORY On the space hulk Da Big Mouf, the Deathskulls r A Warhammer 40,000 story The orks on the space hulk Da Big Mouf love a good fight – but they're not prepared for the latest enemies to invade their warp-borne home. READ IT BECAUSE Danie Ware's written a lot from the perspective of the Adepta Sororitas. Now you can see how her sisters look from an enemy's point of view. THE STORY On the space hulk Da Big Mouf, the Deathskulls reign supreme. Among these bold greenskin lootas, few are as respected as Grimdak – after all, he's one of the biggest AND he has the best shoota. But when invaders board the hulk, Grimdak and his fellow orks find themselves in the fight of their lives. They're facing humies in heavy armour with bolters – but they're not Space Marines. These warriors are something the orks have never seen before… Can Grimdak, his boss, and his boyz survive the holy wrath of the Sisters of Battle?

31 review for Da Big Mouf

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gianfranco Mancini

    They sang as they ran: ‘Mash ’em, bash ’em! Crunch ’em, munch ’em! We da boyz, an’ we lives ’ere! Fite ’em, smite ’em! Beats ’em, eats ’em! We da boyz, we gots no fear!’ As they chanted, they pushed and shoved, mocking and jostling. Bazruk’s demise had left a gap, and the biggest of the remaining orks were eager to fill it. At the back, a few voices started raggedly shouting, ‘’Ere we go, ’ere we go, ’ere we go!’ Vote: ☆☆☆ 1/2 A short tale about Orks fighting humies invaders inside a Space Hulk, told They sang as they ran: ‘Mash ’em, bash ’em! Crunch ’em, munch ’em! We da boyz, an’ we lives ’ere! Fite ’em, smite ’em! Beats ’em, eats ’em! We da boyz, we gots no fear!’ As they chanted, they pushed and shoved, mocking and jostling. Bazruk’s demise had left a gap, and the biggest of the remaining orks were eager to fill it. At the back, a few voices started raggedly shouting, ‘’Ere we go, ’ere we go, ’ere we go!’ Vote: ☆☆☆ 1/2 A short tale about Orks fighting humies invaders inside a Space Hulk, told from the Boyz's point of view. Besides the ending being far from being unexpected, and enemies' identity sadly spoilered in synopsis, this was a real funny and sometimes hilarious quick read for me.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Alvis

    Heavy on the Ork, light on the Sisters but a great short read. As my introduction to Danies' work for Black Library I look forward to reading more of it. Heavy on the Ork, light on the Sisters but a great short read. As my introduction to Danies' work for Black Library I look forward to reading more of it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    L J Field

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    sheri browne

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    Andy Bowen

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    Joel P. Brown

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