Welcome to my strange alternative world of wargaming with toy soldiers: a game for boys from twelve years of age to one hundred and fifty and for that more intelligent sort of girl who likes boys' games and books (HG Wells, Little wars)
Wonder how that will change with their work with Warlord games?
Blimey! Was it still privately owned? Just hope it doesn't affect their output, especially the new wargames rules stuff.
They were primarily owned by private equity.
Hummm. Let's just hope that Bloomsbury appreciate that there are two distinctly separate Osprey outputs and that Osprey and their customers are well aware of the difference. If Bloomsbury don't 'get'it', I can see it all going horribly wrong....
We can but hope Stewart.
Well that came out of the blue - to me anyway
Osprey dumped their failing lines into Administration recently.
Ah, another comment by a friend of mine now makes sense.
It wasn't until warlord games came around that I really noticed Osprey. I hope Bloomsbury continues the partnership.
I've bought Osprey since, well, a long time.