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Friday Round Up

This week we have lots of lovely new things in, and for a change we’re going to look at them temporally and spatially…That is when and ‘ow big…

For ancient fans we have the Great Escape The Rise and Fall of Persia rules book (as mentioned in our interview with Mark from Great Escape), and for those very early on customers there is a free figure (also mentioned in the interview).
Starting with the Napoleonic era we have from HaT new 1/32 Prussian Landwehr marching and posing (you will notice that the covers are absolutely identical), however, the contents are different, and Austrians…

 

The Austrian Grenadier modelling the most amazingly conspicuous hat on the planet…

Moving a little further afield, y’all should mosey on down to our old West buildings...we have a new railroad station, church cum school, jail cum adobe and hotel…

Into the twentieth century we have lots of new World War I items, from HaT, including five new guns and a rather dashing Italian Artillery crew…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Italians were doing the blue suit brown shoe long before Armarni showed the rest of the world how to trendset…

My mum always said her Skoda was built like a tank…

Into World War II and we have lots, LOTS I tell you…

From Airfix 1/72 British Infantry, from Tamiya in 1/35th scale a range of lovely items from infantry (and a lovely reissue of a 1970s German Africa Corps set) to a tool shop (the cover of which looks suspiciously like the 1940s version of one of those American extended adverts TV shows for some kind of paintbrush), from Zvedza both 1/35th items and in 1/72nd the perfect item for anyone who has ever wanted to recreate the best scene from The Great Escape (and no we don’t know why he’s playing an accordion either, is this a standard thing to do as a side-car passenger?)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flashbacks to It Ain’t Half Hot Mum come free with the Eighth Army set

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“So Bob, this is a great product, tell me more about the Paint-a-soldier-o-matic”

No accordion needed by the great Mr McQueen

And finally for those of you of a more modern bent we have the Revell M1 Abrams tank and the Tamiya Japanese tank (from their not-an-army army)

 

Finally we have lots of new tools and paints in store this week, including three new airbrushes from Badger, at different price ranges so airbrushing is available whatever your budget…

 

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