The pictures are taken from PlasticKrak, with product information from Faeit 212. The covers and army box come via La Taberna De Laurana As an aside, I really like the background GW have used for the photos.
Codex and Army Book
It's interesting that both books feature a single Khorne Daemon, rather than showing off members of the whole pantheon. Hopefully the insides will be a bit more varied. It'll be interesting to see to what extent the content differs, and if we see a limited edition release for the Codex. Personally I prefer the Fantasy cover.
Herald Of Nurgle
A plastic character kit, this model looks gorgeous.There's very little I'd change, bar possibly swapping the head out for a more old school looking one, but I'll wait til I see it in the flesh to decide.
Herald Of Khorne
He's a bit bland for a Finecast miniature. The Nurgle Herald looks suitably dedicated to his patron, and will stand out from the rank and file. This model doesn't look much more than a champion.
Herald Of Slaanesh
I'm not particularly keen,but then I'm not a fan of the plastic daemonettes, and this model follows the same style. I would have liked to see things head back to style of the previous metal miniatures, with clean lines, and different talons.
Herald Of Tzeentch On Chariot/Burning Chariot Of Tzeentch
This is a two model kit, with the option of the standard chariot with the Herald, or the Burning Chariot Of Tzeentch (see below). The Herald version looks good, and promises to be a nice model in and of itself. The Chariot looks to be everything convertors have invisioned of a Tzeentch chariot over the years. Depending on price I expect we've going to see a lot of people picking the set up for a Disc and two Screamers.
I dislike the style of the flame, and that has a major impact on my overall opinion of the model. I think it's going to be interesting to see in the flesh. I do like the flamer kit though, and this looks like it'll be a good set for parts.
Plague Drones Of Nurgle
This kit looks a bit half arsed, although I want to see proper pictures before I really decided, I'm not impressed at the moment. The wings might be the one saving feature of the set.
Blood Throne Of Khorne/Skull Cannon Of Khorne
The second dual purpose set of the release, this kit does neither well to my mind. The Throne looks peculiar, and the cannon seems way to small.Surely a Throne of Khorne ought to be made purely out of skulls, and the cannon ought to be bloody huge; Khorne isn't known for his subtly.
I do like the frame portion of the model, with the faces, skin, skulls, wheels, and mechanical parts all looking interesting. It just seems that what has been added onto them is lacking a certain something.
To me that looks like a fairly poor selection of troops, with a lot of additions needed to have a nice solid army, but that's just me. You might buy one set, or maybe two, but I doubt anyone is going to be getting three boxes. I wonder of this is one of GW's subtler ways of avoiding loss, by making the cheaper buying options less useful?
Hopefully they'll be more to come in the next few days. I've got fingers crossed for some plastic Greater Demons, as the above certainly doesn't include the sort of monstrous creatures we've been seeing from GW lately.