Saturday, April 20

Construction Review: Two new 35th scale Summer Panzer Commanders from Alpine Miniatures


Alpine Miniatures has gone against the grain of making their perceived niche of late WWII Winter German Tanker crews with a pair of summer crew instead. Seriously these are two very nice looking figures are full-bodied and in 35th scale ready to drop into your latest German tank kit. Are they any good? We put them together in our review to show you...

Thursday, April 18

Wednesday, April 17

New Items from AK Interactive in April

AK Interactive continues to not only add to their own range, but to include new items from other producers into their stable. See their April new items to help you make, paint and weather your models in our preview...

Tuesday, April 16

Construction Guide Pt.2: Kitty Hawk 1/48th scale Sukhoi Su-34 Fullback

Andy Moore continues with his build of Kittyhawk's 48th scale Su-34 Fullback in this continuing guide. In the 6th part of the story here on TMN, we see him get to work on sealing a lot of the cockpit. IFR and other minor parts of the aircraft together to make a big difference in the final outcome.

Monday, April 15

Read n' Reviewed: From Leningrad to Narva - An Illustrated Study of the Battles in the Northern Baltic Area, January-September 1944

The Soviet's versus the Axis - OK, so you might have read it all before - but what piqued our interest about the latest book from PeKo Publishing is the fact that it covers the hard-fought battles from Leningrad to the Estonian border during Late WWII and the battle to save Europe from Stalinist Russia. Told from both sides with many unpublished photographs, this book seemed like a good read - see what we thought in our review...

Sunday, April 14

Masterbox's new figures for May are on the way...

Masterbox continues to do different subjects - Want American Civil War soldiers from both sides in 35th scale? What about the first in a set of 24th scale figures from the Ming dynasty? See what we are talking about in our new item preview...

Saturday, April 13

AMMO's latest products: A new airbrush, three new publications & lots more in April/ May

Ammo has a bunch of new products available this month, their second airbrush called the "AIRVIPER" (all-caps) and four new publications sure to educate and captivate their readers - see what they are all about in our preview...

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...