Wednesday, May 1

Read n' reviewed: Luftwaffe Gallery Series V: JG 5 Special Album: Fighters Of The Midnight Sun

Erik Mombeeck's Luftwaffe Gallery (LuGA) books are always something to behold for modellers and Luftwaffe historians alike. Never before published pictures and artwork with stories telling us all about the men and machines portrayed, these books come by infrequently so we want to know all about them. See what we thought after we read the latest title in our review of LuGa 5...

Tuesday, April 30

TMN on Tour: Mosonshow, Mosonmagyaróvár, Hungary 2019

Every year in Hungary a large model show called the Mosonmagyaróvár is held. This show has of recent times become one of the higher profile and better quality shows of the circuit. Amongst all of the entries, we picked around one hundred of the best for a show walk around...

Monday, April 29

Build Guide: 1/48th scale Hawker Tempest Mk/V Series 1, LööK & Big SIN sets from Eduard

Wasting no time at all from his last build Gary has started to mesh together the new 1/48th scale Hawker Tempest Mk/V Series I & Big SIN sets from Eduard. See what he thinks about the kit and the accessories in the first part of his build review...

Sunday, April 28

Dual Dry-fit Review: Kittyhawk's 48th Scale Metal Upgrade Sets

Recently KittyHawk has released some metal upgrades to their 48th scale Fullback and Flanker kits. Never one to shy clear of some aftermarket comparison Gary has attached his to the model and compared them to the originals in a dry-fit review so you can see them "in action" for yourself...

Thursday, April 25

Preview: Takom's new 35th scale Jagdpanther G1 Early with zimmerit OR G.1 without interior plus a railway carriage in June...

Takom has some options for the Jagdpanther enthusiasts with just as much work in either kit. Your choice of the full interior G.1 version with a Zimmerit coating of the same kit (without interior) but with an added Schwerer Plattformwagen Type SSYS by Sabre Model. We have a feature set and artwork - not much but it is a start in our preview...

Preview: Nuts & Bolts new book "Einheitsdiesel – l.gl.Lkw., off. mit Einheitsfahrgestell für l.Lkw. – The standard 6x6 cross-country lorry of the Wehrmacht"

A bit of a mouthful for non-german speakers - Nuts & Bolt's new publication "Einheitsdiesel – l.gl.Lkw., off. mit Einheitsfahrgestell für l.Lkw. – The standard 6x6 cross-country lorry of the Wehrmacht" will be with us very soon - these books are usually a great one-stop shop for historians, vehicle and modelling enthusiasts alike. See what is coming up in this issue of the series in our preview...

Wednesday, April 24

Construction Review Pt.I: 1/72nd scale Mikoyan MiG-25RBT Foxbat B from ICM

He is a bit of an old hand on the "Foxbat", so who better to give ICM's new 72nd scale MiG-25 MiG-25RBT Foxbat B to than Mr.G Wickham? Today Gary takes us through part one of his Construction review, see how he puts the kit together and has the internals ready before the second parts which is all paint and weathering...

Tuesday, April 23

Preview: Britain's got Quads - Bronco Models new 35th British Army ATV Quad Bike & Trailer

Bronco has been quiet of late - obviously out having fun riding around on quad bikes! Their new 35th scale version of the British Army quad bike with a trailer with four soldiers to ride on and accompany the bike has just been announced - See a little of the feature set of this new kit due in May in our preview... 

Monday, April 22

Preview: 1/72nd scale Henschel Hs P.130 From Pepelatz

Luft '46 fans rejoice (in 72nd scale style) at the latest full resin kit from Pepelatz Henschel P.130 fighter - this little beast looks great in the boxart, instructions and £D printed masters we have to show you in our preview...

Sunday, April 21

Read n' Reviewed: U-boat Im Focus #16 from Luftfahrtverlag-Start

The U-boat community is a small, but parochial part of the modelling scene with a great crossover into armour and other genres of model making. For this reason we always feature the "U-Boot Im Focus series of books here on TMN. The Other reason is that they are published by Axel Urbanke's Luftfahrtverlag-Start. See our review of their latest -  #16 in the series in today's review...