Thursday, July 31

Revell has a plethora of diverse kits coming this August...

Revell of Germany’s latest items of the months of August and September feature some really varied models due to suit a wide audience – the good thing is most of them have been built up to show us a little of their quality. Let’s have a look.

Wednesday, July 30

Review build: Nic the Cougar tamer takes on Kittyhawk’s latest

There has been a lot said about Kittyhawk kits recently. Here at TMN we have built quite a few of them and the old saying "you cant tar them all with the same brush" fits their kits perfectly. We have found that for a new company every kit's quality is on the improve, and particularly this kit of the Cougar TF-9J trainer in 48th scale which has been in the news lately – here is what our man Nic has turned out in about a week...

Monday, July 28

Andrea Press' guide of the artifacts of the Vietnam War “Grunt” in review

Andrea Press has released a few lovely tomes thoroughly doccumenting the artifacts of the German soldier, the Luftwaffe and the SS that we liked quite a lot -  this book – on the weapons, uniforms and everyday items of the Vietnam War looks to be interesting to a lot of modellers out there - but is is just pictures with nothing to tie it to the soldiers themselves? Let's see in our review....

In Review: Ampersand Publishing’s D7 Tractor – A visual History book..

Before the Doobie there was this little doozie – today we review Ampersand’s book on this hard working tool for the Allies during the second world war and afterward. The D7 Tractor…

Sunday, July 27

MiniArt are back! With the new 1/35th scale Panzer III.B due for September release...

MiniArt’s has been conspicuous by their absence lately - but they are due to return to the market in September with their best looking kit as of yet...

Alrighty then – we go British again with D-Day Miniatures latest

Today we preview the two latest figures sold separately or as a matching set in 35th scale from D-Day Miniatures – we also have an LRDG patrol to look at in 72nd scale – what do you say chaps? Let’s take a look in our preview…

Saturday, July 26

Time to reward your self – with our review of Verlinden's German General…

Verlinden’s latest release 1/16th figure is that of a Luftwaffe General awarding a soldier with one of the highest honours – let’s see if the figure gets the same type of kudos in our review…

Friday, July 25

Do you want The Ultimate Paint Rack? A great new innovation from Massive Voodoo

NO space – paints falling over, a hassle to find and a pain to store? Well we think the guys at Massive Voodoo have found the answer – a new portable paint rack solution that they have launched a kick-start campaign to get into production. They have already reached their target so if you want one get in quickly to secure yours..

A new look for your big typhoon? Eaglcals 24th scale Hawker Typhoon Part I in Review

We have been very much looking forward to the new Airfix Typhoon in 24th scale coming out – but seeing there are only so many 24th scale markings going about it would not be long till alternatives to the box decals are needed – EagleCals has answered the call – we have one of their new sheets today for review…

Wednesday, July 23

OK so a nerd built a life size X-Wing model…

This geeky bloke built a fighter from the Rebel Alliance and now he wants us to give to charity? …But seriously J.J. Abrams has just given us all a glimpse at weathering from a long time ago and a galaxy far, far away (and a chance to be in the new star wars…)