Anyway I made the deal with the wife that on the way back I could spend an hour browsing which is what I did.
The GW guys there were great thereand after I told them I would report on their store on Santa Cruz Warhammer I could take any pictures I want and they were extremely helpful in general.
Here are some of the things I saw:
The huge battle room with all the tables filled with amazing terrain for Fantasy, 40K and LotR.
Some cool terrain with great elevation
They are always working on a new project over there...
and then over to the display cases. First off the now famous Warlord Titan, scratchbuilt and featured on BOLS.
This is the most amazing kitbashed or scratchbuilt model I have ever seen and this thing is HUGE. Look at the top of the Warhound at the bottom of the picture...here are some details:
Sorry for the reflections in the glass.
Here are the two armies of the guys who work there, really nice models:
I noticed this darkly painted Vostroyan Army, has a great color scheme, very inspring indeed:
A great Sisters of Battle retinue:
A wonderfully painted Space Marine Army
and of course some mechanized power..
Here's a great variant on the Skullhamma
Here are the two little babies of the Warlord Titan, number 1:
and number 2 (great looking base)
Part of the excitement of going to the bunker is their drawers full of Forgeworld stuff...
If I were to live in LA, the hobby would be so much more expensive. I picked up a bunch of things, some for myself, some for my buddy Christian but the bill topped $250.00 in no time.
Here were some of the goodies:
An gun platform, always handy and really cool looking
Some gravshutes (on the left) for the drop troops jumping out of the Valkerie
Some Ravenor books I was looking for for a while and the box on the right has two tanks in it:
the FW Hellhound and the FW Manticore, all to support the empire...
Thanks to the wonderful staff at the Bunker in LA for a great vibe and great service, I can advise everyone to check out this great place.
PS, if anyone at the bunker knows whose armies we have featured, let me know the names and I will add them. Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheers!