Article Archive for July 2009
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.
It’s great fun to be able to play with immense hordes of zombies, but the cost of metal zeds can add up quickly. Wargames Factory now offers a solution with this set of two dozen multipart plastic zeds for a mere $18. Can minis this cheap be any good? Yes indeed…
Most painters have a pile of paint pots cluttering up their workspace and sometimes spend nearly as much time hunting a particular color as they do painting. The Paintier promises to cut through the clutter and bring order out of chaos. Does it deliver? Read the review and find out.
Guest columnist Hyun shows off a clever method of creating dirt-cheap stands of miniature trees using leftover Christmas decorations.
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.
Moving big units of Warhammer troops can be tiresome and difficult. Guest columnist Hyun shows a simple DIY way to magnetize your army’s bases and movement trays, making movement a snap.
The Alpha scores an interview with the man behind brilliant UK zombie maker Studio Miniatures, Mr. John Hamilton.
Is a zombie dog still his zombie master’s best friend? Find out with this review of a one-of-a-kind zed from Reaper.