Saturday, March 11

Read n' Reviewed: Volker Ruff's Der Tiger, Volume 2 ...Schwere Panzerabteilung 502

Volker Ruff's new book "Der Tiger, Volume 2 ...Schwere Panzerabteilung 502" sees this unit's history with the Tiger I from 1942 in the early days of the battle of Leningrad 'till the end of the war near the Baltic Sea. We were pretty keen to bring you a review of this book that focuses on the Tiger I. See what we thought after we gave it a read...

Friday, March 10

Bronco are building bridges with their new 35th T17E1 Staghound Mk.I W/ 12 foot Assault Bridge

Bronco releases their new kit of the much loved "Little" Staghound light-to-medium scout vehicle - but this time with some extra scaffolding - in the shape of a pretty rare temporary bridge laying variant. See what you think about Bronco's new kit and the possibilities the kit presents in our preview...

Thursday, March 9

Build review – Erich Hartmann & German Officer in 1/32nd scale from Qing Yi Miniatures.

With the pilots of the Luftwaffe being a recurring goldmine for aircraft model companies, the accessories to go with them are in just as high a demand, but seem a little lacking in numbers in comparison. Neucraft models two new German pilots from sculptor Qing Yi might just help fill the void. There are two figures in 32nd scale, made from resin,  let's take a look our (not much to build) review…

Wednesday, March 8

The Medium 40.M Turan I gets all out of shape with spaced armour on Bronco Models new tool 35th scale kit.

What's all this then? it looks like a Turan I and a Panzer Iv had a lovechild - Well you might be wrong about that, you may be able to ditch that resin 40.M Tiran I now if this kit is as nice as it looks in its feature set. See what you think about Bronco's new kit and the possibilities the kit presents in our preview...

Tuesday, March 7

Hasegawa April 2017 Releases... lots of models in new schemes for the completists ...

We are already into the fourth month of releases on schedule from Hasegawa – a lot that is familiar, but the list is long, and those completists among us might just want that odd colour scheme, (we like the MAK Nutcracker personally) we have a list of these in our preview for you to check out.....

Monday, March 6

Revell's March kits are not that many in number but interesting to some...

We hope they are interesting anyway – Not a lot to show you from Revell of Germany this month of March, but hey different strokes for diff'rent folks! There are some favourites bundled with paint for easy or younger builders here as well. Let's see what's new from Germany this month in our preview…

Sunday, March 5

Sprues, decals & box pics of the new 32nd scale F-35 + five other new kits from Italeri in March

As well as the new large-scale F-35 Lightning II that looks very impressive - Italeri has Five other pretty good looking kits sure to pique more than some interest with modellers around the world - Let’s see the sprues, decals & pictures in our preview…

Friday, March 3

Eisernes Kreuz' "Der Adler" 1940 is about to take off in 1/72, 1/48, 1/32, & 1/16 scales

Andrea Miniatures new military series "Eisernes Kreuz" has released something that will enliven the aircraft builders out there - a new multi-scale release of these two Luftwaffe men, a pilot and his assistant on the ground suiting up for a big day over the English Channel. Let's take a look and see a little of the real scenario behind the picture in our preview...

Thursday, March 2

No NOT 1/12th scale - It's a massive 1/2 (half) scale BB-8 Droid on the way from Bandai

We have heard rumours, and even seen a mock-up at the recent Tokyo Model fair, no wit seems Bandai are full steam ahead with their development of the little spherical shaped Robot BB-8 from "The Force Awakens" in 1/2 scale - yes that's right HALF SCALE. We have some early promo pictures and info for you in our preview...

Wednesday, March 1

Book Preview: Accion Press - "Landscapes of War. Vol.III - Rural Environments" for those who like to unwind in the countryside...

Accion Press – the people who bring us the much loved "Panzer Aces" magazine and the several books on modelling including "Greatest Aircraft Guide" & "Guide to Dioramas" volume I & II have now dropped the third book into the lineup – so more knowledge, inspiration and wonderfully recreated scenes await in "Landscapes of War. Vol.III - Rural Environments"