If you have visited a comic convention, shop, highstreet music store or even a supermarket in the past two or three years, then you will no doubt be aware of Funko Pop Vinyl Figures. These hugely popular and often highly collectable small figures are based on so many different sources it’s almost impossible to name them all. Continue reading Games Workshop gets Funky!
Doctor Who has been a huge part of my life, ever since I was a small child (see my article for more information) and for over fifty years now I have been excited about all things Who and beyond. Continue reading First, Fourth and Tenth Doctors (Warlord Games)
Games Workshops games often are a talking point. Fans will get very heated over the latest set of rules, or argue till the cows come home that one army is more powerful than another, or the points are out on this unit. One thing though that very rarely gets argued over is the fact that Games Workshop produce some of the most visually stunning artwork for its products. Continue reading Art for Arts sake
Blind boxed products are not a new thing, in fact they have been around for many, many years. You take something like a hit anime show and make a product based around it and then sell it in boxes with no window display so each product could be anything in the range! Continue reading Space Marine: Heroes!
Its always great when you hear about a piece of news that reminds you of your childhood, even more so when a very old friend is involved. Just launched on Kickstarter is Noggin the Nog The Miniatures is bringing to life the adventures of Peter Firmin and Oliver Postgates animated adventure series of Noggin the Nog, a young warrior that was first shown on television back in the late 1960s. Continue reading Noggin the Nog now on Kickstarter
News just in that HMO Collectables are doing a series of dioramas based on Warhammer 40,000. They won’t be cheap as they are high end statues like most of their other ranges, but they sure will be detailed.
Check out the information HERE