Darth Vader - art by the Hildebrandt Brothers
The Sanctum Imperialis within the Imperial Palace of Terra
"In the Sanctum Imperialis, upon the most sacred ground of all the Emperor’s realm, only the feet of the Custodes may tread. The Loyal Guard, the Unflinching Gaze, the Steadfast Hand, the Truest Blade, Protectors Eternal, they stand guard over the most holy gift the Emperor has to give: the Imperious Corporalis, the Emperor-in-flesh. In their domain there is no greater power before the Emperor himself. Neither pious Cardinal nor devout Inquisitor nor loyal High Lord may stand before His greatness, for that alone is the province of his Dread Guardians."
- John Blanche
- Warhammer 40,000 - 2nd edition - Codex Imperialis“Of all Inquisition agents only one, the Master of the Inquisition, may be said to rank above the others. He works directly with the Emperor on Earth and has direct access to the Emperor himself. His task is to report on the Inquisition’s mission to the Emperor, and to communicate the Emperor’s commands to scattered agents throughout the Imperium.”
~ Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader page 144
"We want to announce a very special band that will be performing at Defenders of the Old Festival III, March 13th - 14th, 2015:
Machine of War featuring Brian Llapitan of NME -
In celebration of the recent reissue of the masterpiece Unholy Death and the 30-year anniversary of the Machine of War demo, NME’s vocalist Brian Llapitan will be performing the legendary Unholy Death album in its entirety at Defenders of the Old Festival III, with members of Sacrificial Blood, Maximum Oversatan and Grim Legion. This will be the first time that NME tunes are performed outside the band’s hometown. Special thanks to Seth Bennett Illustration for his wonderful rendition of the logo.
More bands, including the headliner for Friday, March 13th, to come soon and ticket information will be available shortly after. Please spread the words LOUDER THAN HELL.”
"Martian Emissary" by Blanche
Acid Witch - Witchtanic Hellucinations (2OO8)
- by Julio César
Julio Cèsar did this cover.
Really been into people throwing a photoshop filter on my artwork lately and calling it their own. I mean really cmon, once I saw this I realized this kid Julio Cesar deserves all the credit, its just wonderful how he’s polished my turd of a painting into something presentable! I hope he sells mucho posters!
Filming in the Mos Eisley Cantina set, and some concept art by Ralph McQuarry and Ron Cobb.