Thursday, March 17, 2016

Mike Bravo Miniatures (Part Two)


As promised, here are the remaining figures that arrived last week from Mike Bravo Miniatures.

See previous post here:



(Remember: click on the pictures for a bigger version):


Also part of the 28mm State of Emergency line - 1979 Paramilitaries in Balaclavas. These figures are nice and beefy miniatures and should stand up to the abuse I give miniature figurines – solid weapons, easy to paint details.


Their backsides.


I thought they’d go well with the thugs in balaclavas from Killer B Games that I picked up to do double duty as either criminal thugs or Provos.


Here they are in a long line up of some of the other modern-ish thugs with firearms I have… (From left to right); Hasslefree MiniaturesThe Assault Group, Copplestone Castings (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang), Mike Bravo MiniaturesCopplestone Castings (Future Wars), Mike Bravo MiniaturesHasslefree MiniaturesMike Bravo MiniaturesVictory Force MiniaturesMike Bravo MiniaturesThe Assault Group.


I also picked up a pack of War Correspondents from their “Modern Miscellany” line.


Their backs.


Here is a comparison shot with a couple other TV reporters. The two on the left of the picture are from SuperFigs and the reporter without a camera operator on the right is from The Assault Group.


Another comparison shot of photo journalists (From left to right); Superfigs, Mike Bravo Miniatures, RAFM, Mike Bravo Miniatures, Black Cat Bases.


The war correspondents seem to be done by a different sculptor, they are stylistically quite different and considerably slighter than the State of Emergency figures.


Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:

Probably back to some Fantasy and Medieval stuff, considering what’s on my workbench at the moment… 

7 comments:

  1. A great selection of bad guys and reporters!

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    1. Yes. Now to actually DO something with them!?

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  2. Looking very good, I like your provos they look suitably gritty and a nice mix of tv reporters
    Best Iain

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