Friday, April 12

Preview: MiniArt's new Ukrainian BMR-1 w/KMT-9 in 35th scale


MiniArt's new Ukrainian BMR-1 w/KMT-9 in 35th scale looks pretty impressive - and it tops off their range of mine-clearing and workhorse AFV range quite nicely - we have boxart, sprue layouts, a feature set in CAD and colours of the variants (including the real vehicles) in the box in our new item preview...

Wednesday, April 10

Hasegawa's colourful, varied & novel in our June release preview

Hasegawa always has a bunch of kits coming out every month, some we have already seen, and some are a little "samey" but we try to pick out the best of what is on the way to show you - we found some interesting bits in June's items are in our preview...

Tuesday, April 9

Construction Review: 1/35th scale Children Of Budapest from KFS Miniatures

KFS Miniatures has a few resin figures already released that we have liked the look of - today we are looking at yet another - this time the subject is two children  - alone in the Winter of 1945 in Budapest. See the picture that inspired this set, what comes in the package and what these figures look like when together in our review...

Monday, April 8

"We need 1000!" Modelcollect's new 35th scale Spanish BMR 600 PP M1 kit needs your help...


Modelcollect has an interesting proposition, 1000 modellers need to sign up to this kit before they make it - want to know more about the BMR-600 kit and how you can possibly take part? Read our preview...

Sunday, April 7

AMMO's April Acquisitions - from a new T-54 to learning, doing & weathering materials

Ammo has a bunch of new products available this month, but none so important as their first full "AMMO" branded in-house kit. See this new 72nd scale T-54 and all of their other new stuff in our preview...

Saturday, April 6

In-Boxed: 1/32nd scale I-153 (winter version) WWII Soviet Fighter from ICM

ICM has another 32nd scale aircraft for our degustation today with the ski-equipped I-153 (winter version) WWII Soviet Fighter of early WWII era. These simple kits are fast and seemingly easy to make, but are they any good? We can see a lot by looking in the box at the kit making process and the parts in our review...

Friday, April 5

Stalingrad has some chilly passengers & an ice-cold cop on the beat...

Stalingrad Miniatures brings us a new set of  35th scale WWII German soldiers seeking refuge from the Russian winter during WWII.  A set of three figures, horse and sledge sold together or the single MP by himself if you wish - all in 1/35th scale. These men are an interesting study of wartime photographs that were used to aid the sculptor which we will include in our preview...

Thursday, April 4

8 (eight!) kits - either improved or new from Italeri in our May kit preview...

No less than eight kits are slated for release from Italeri this month. Either all new or improved upon kits from their stable, it is still a pretty impressive total - but is it quality over quanity? We have art, colours & sprues in our preview...

Tuesday, April 2

Preview: Revell's new low and hi-tek models for April

Revell Germany has several releases for this month - Some of modern subjects - some of older vintage, some simple and some complex - see what Revell has already out there in shops in our March 2019 preview...

Monday, April 1

In-Boxed: 1/35th scale USMC AH-1Z "Shark Mouth" from Academy


We have the latest kit from Academy Models of Korea to review for you today. This one kind of sprung out of nowhere, so military helicopter fan shave been pleasantly surprised with what has been seen before. What does it look like in the box and compare to the original? See in our comparison...