Wargaming Recon #90: Henry Hyde Editor of Miniature Wargames now with Battlegames

Henry Hyde Editor of Miniature Wargames now with Battlegames.

Henry Hyde reveals lots of amazing news to the Wargaming Recon audience before anyone else!

Editor Henry Hyde is back to discuss the upcoming release to his book, the Wargaming Compendium, and his role as the newest editor of Miniature Wargames magazine.

Henry first appeared in Episode 58: Henry Hyde and Battlegames Magazine, which is in our list of Top 10 Most Popular episodes.

We also discuss:

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  • Atlantic Publisher’s change of position for digital subscriptions
  • Release date for Henry’s Wargaming Compendium
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  • View from the Veranda with Neil Shuck, podcaster of Meeples & Miniatures

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3 Comments on “Wargaming Recon #90: Henry Hyde Editor of Miniature Wargames now with Battlegames”

  1. CortlandNaegelin

        I actually posted this on View from the Veranda, but it is covers both podcasts. This is in the spirit of full disclosure.
     Henry, Neil
    Welcome to the Dark side. BUUUUUHAHAHA. I have moved to 10mm in full force myself. I am not looking back either. I still have my 15s and 20s. I even have a old crate of Airfix around here. You are in good company. Jack Scruby moved to 10mm himself in his later years (he called them 9mm hey what’s one mm).
    I am, also, impressed with you doing the Prusso-Austrian war. I made a promise to myself never to wargame a conflict which was shorter than the time it took me to paint the figures. you should always have a few figs around to be painted as a insurance policy. The day you finish painting your pile of lead is the day you will die. Almost happen to a fellow around here. Finished his last Zulu and had a Heart attack. He was ok, but since then I keep a good pile of lead on hand.
    I am also embarrassed, I listened to Wargaming Recon. I have never subscribed to your magazine. I have always purchased it on Wargame Vault after the fact. I am thinking about your current mag. I understand that it is available for the Kindle.
    Cort Naegelin

    1. jreinhart

      CortlandNaegelin Henry is the real deal!  He’s one of the fantastic individuals that betters everyone else simply by having a connection to him.  When he took over for MW I thought he’d cease painting/playing due to lack of time.  That seems to be untrue.  He’s going full force with Mantic’s Kings of War.