Tuesday, February 11

Review: Stalingrad Miniatures WSS Panzer Crewman Kursk 1943

Recently Stalingrad Miniatures released a large set of ten Panzermen of the German armoured forces in the time of “Operation Dynamo” – the battle of the Kursk Salient in 1943 – as a taster we thought we would build and review one of the figures and show you his qualities…

Monday, February 10

Far from a dull PE review - Gary reviews the Eduard PE set for the Xuntong Tu-2 bomber

OK the Tupolev Tu-2 kit from Xuntong arguably isn’t much of a draw card to a lot of modellers out there - but we think with the new Eduard additives into the mix it can be quite something of a little project – so Gary has put together three reviews of the different Eduard parts for this kit. The reviews are very good so we thought we would give each of them their time in the sun separately. Today we start with the Interior upgrade set….

Sunday, February 9

Thomas reviews the 1/48th scale from Zoukei Mura - enter the "Shin Den"

To the surprise and delight of many the Japanese manufacturer Zoukei Mura released a smaller 48th scale version of their popular Shinden fighter. We got this review submitted from our good friend Thomas from Scale Plastic Aircraft Modeller and we thought in the tradition of sharing is caring thought we should bring it to you in today’s news...

Saturday, February 8

# 59 Military Miniatures in Review – in review…

Ampersand Publishing have taken it upon themselves to send us one of, if not my favorite periodicals MMiR  - No 59 in the series get’s a review today – we will see if this one lives up to my own high expectations for this series of mags…

Friday, February 7

Kagero’s new releases cruise in to dive bomb the ace of spades out of all challengers…

Or we have four different diverse books from Kagero this month for land, sea and air modellers, British modern tanks, a Japanese cruiser, the Stuka and JG 53 get the treatment this month…

Thursday, February 6

"Hellboy” bust review - Pathos Miniatures makes us see red

Pathos Miniatures are a few releases old now – they have several creative and diverse busts already in their cannon and an interesting one planned in a scarred German soldier – but today we thought we would start you off with the kid of the family – to be specific a teenager – “Hellboy” – also known as “Big Red”

Wednesday, February 5

Italeri’s new items of January 2014 truly are a mixed bunch of interesting plastic....

Small scale classic airliners, large self-propelled howitzers, little rocket launchers and a shadow are part of Italeri’s newest kits for the first month of January this year…

Tuesday, February 4

Review: 1/32 scale T-6 Texan - the first flight of the T-6

Now when the T-6 “Texan” was announced by KittyHawk in 1/32nd scale a fair few people got very excited – and one of those people is our man Nic who got his kit last week – and has already finished it! We thought we would shoot you his build report as soon as possible so you can get a better feel for the kit...

Monday, February 3

Review build - Clayton makes a sales pitch for Bronco’s 1/35th scale Italian Light Civilian Car (Hard Top) w Lady & Girl w Dog

The little Fiat kit in 35th scale from Bronco has been a very useful new tool for them - This is the fourth development of this tiny car, so we thought we would build one to see how it goes together – We threw it at Clayton who likes small vehicles – with a gulp he dove right out of his comfort zone into the build and diorama to suit it…

Sunday, February 2

Two new figures - and make it snappy! Andrea Miniatures are on a slippery slope with their January releases

Andrea Miniatures continue to do what they do best – Wild West colonial figures and sassy Pyn-ups which cover most of the tastes of the target audience – we show you their two latest additions to the range of figures for January in our preview…