He recently had an interview about the 25th anniversary of Warhammer.
I won't bore you with the article itself, you can go to the link if you desire. I will put in the Chalk quotes however.
andGary Chalk, a 59-year-old fantasy game creator and illustrator, knows all about its Britishness. He used to design Warhammer and Warhammer 40K games in the 1980s and 90s. His trademark wit is evident in Bloodbath at Orc's Drift (an elvish version of the Michael Caine film Zulu) and a naval ship battle he called "All the Dwarves Love a Sailor". Still an enthusiastic table-top gamer, he does, however, believe Games Workshop uses its monopoly on the products to target and exploit increasingly younger fans. The prices for essential models, paints and books are "eyewatering", he says.
"They are not selling a hobby. They are selling a craze."
So, not tons, and on another subject than Lone Wolf...but still some media attention to one of our favorite artists of yore.And Chalk claims the game is now less interesting. "The original rules were about fantasy combat and creating character. Now the rules only work within their imaginary world, with their figures and it cuts out all the other influences."