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Horus Heresy (Artbook Series)

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The Horus Heresy Artbooks are a series of large background books written by Alan Merrett and lavishly illustrated by a legion of artists. Collected into a hardback omnibus, these books lay out in some detail the story of the Horus Heresy.

Visions of War

Visions of War

Visions of War is the first book in the Horus Heresy Artbook Series, detailing the Great Crusade and the Origins/Opening Acts of the Horus Heresy. Includes information on:


Visions of Darkness

Visions of Darkness

Visions of Darkness is the second book of the Horus Heresy Artwork Series, and covers the early parts of the Horus Heresy and the nature of various factions within the Heresy. Includes information on:


Visions of Treachery

Visions of Treachery

Visions of Treachery is the third installment of the Horus Heresy Artbook Series, and includes information on:


Visions of Death

Visions of Death

Visions of Death is the fourth and final work in the Horus Heresy Artbook Series, detailing the most famous and dramatic events of the Horus Heresy, including its epic conclusion and immediate aftermath. Includes information on the following:


Collected Visions

Collected Visions

The hardback collection includes all of the content of the individual volumes, as well as an exclusive short story, the Kaban Project.

The Kaban Project

A short story written by Graham McNeill, the Kaban Project is set on Mars and focuses on the actions of an Adeptus Mechanicus Adept during the initial stages of the Horus Heresy. It is notable in that it features renegade Mechanicus attempting to engineer a true Artificial Intelligence. Writing this story inspired the author to further explore the role of the Adeptus Mechanicus during the Heresy, and the ninth book in the Horus Heresy novel series, Mechanicum, by the same author, also features the Kaban Machine.

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