Miniature Monday // Arch Villains of Mega-City One
Welcome to Monday!
This week I wanted to do an unboxing. As I am sure is known I am a fan of all things Judge Dredd. So when Warlord Games took over the franchise full time, I was super excited and even though they use some weird plastic resin, I am loving the range so far. There have been some issues with the resin but their Customer Service team has been amazing when fixing these problems.
As I write this, a box has arrived this morning, a gift from my wife and as I opened it I was happy to discover the boxset Arch Villains of Mega-City One. This is a set I have been eyeing up for a while especially as it contains a lot of the most popular villains to ever grace the pages of 2000 AD.
Inside are six models in total all made from the grey plastic resin. Overall the quality is pretty good, some flash as always to be cleaned up but there was one issue - Mean Machines arm did not cast well and has damage, after a quick email and photo the Warlord team has sent a replacement which is amazing service A+ service for sure. Check out the pictures below and I hope to have some painted up soon, thinking I will start with Nero.
Labels: Angel Gang, Block Mania, Block War, JDMG, Judge Death, Judges, Mean Machine, Mega City One, Orlock the Assassin, Sector 102
A blogger located in the Ottawa area. Working for a local brewery I enjoy reading sci-fi, fantasy, comics along side boardgames and war games Attempting to blog more often to improve my writing.
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