Articles in Miniature Reviews
At long last we unleash our super-sized review of Lady Justice and her Death Marshals for Wyrd Miniatures hot new Malifaux game. You gonna click that mouse or just stand there whistlin’ Dixie?
Fresh from Gen Con, we review two new pre-release minis from the popular superhero skirmish game Pulp City. Dr. Red and Howler promise to add even more raging monkey power to the ranks of the Ape Revolution Committee.
They’re cute, they’re Japanese, and they have katanas and AK47s! We review the first pack of Left Hand Miniatures’ customizable schoolgirl minis.
Want some? Come get some! Masked luchador El Diablo leaps into The Screaming Alpha ring direct from Reaper’s eclectic Chronoscope line. Is he a world champ in the making or just another jabroni? Read the review and find out.
You can tell some minis are going to be trouble just by looking at them, and this pumpkin-headed psychopath is emphatically one of them.
Bikers can be heroes or villains or anything in between, which makes them great to have in one’s collection. We take a look at a group of biker minis from em4 sculpted by the great Mark Copplestone.
Let’s face it, robots are cool. Reaper brings us a charming clockwork mechanical pal ideal for any pulp or steampunk game.
Almost regardless of era or genre, mankind has needed to ship cargo, often in some kind of wooden container. We take a look at a nice set of crates from renowned US resin maker Armorcast.
Your humble editor digs into his terrain box to review an interesting stone bridge from Amorcast.
Kids have always been an important part of adventure stories and games, but minis to represent kid adventurers have always been few and far between. We take a look at some amazing offerings from Hasslefree that aim to fill the void.