Such nickname was given to the Soviet ISU-152 tank as it was capable of blowing wide open, German Tiger and Panther turrets, and even Ferdinand casemates. Trumpeter has released a post-war variant, the K model, and we took a look at what it has to offer.
Released last December, Trumpeter shares photos of what to expect inside the box.
Previously announced, Hobby Boss shares photos of what is inside the box.
Reedoak released another 3D US Navy Deck Crew figure.
The second announcement from MENG today covers their new figure set in 1/35 scale. A perfect addition to modern German AFVs.
MENG officially announced their next kit in 1/35 scale. Here's the short press release from the company.
Officially released last December, Hobby Boss shares photos of what’s inside its Vickers Mk II* kit.
Scale75 has added two new sets of acrylic paints to their range, one for US Army 1942-1944 uniforms and the other one for US Army and Marines vehicles.
Trumpeter shares photos of its upcoming Soviet 2k11 Krug (SA-4) SAM System kit. Watch this space for further updates!
On pre-order status for some months, Amusing Hobby has now announced that the kit is now available through its distribution channels.
As an opener for 2017, Blue Square Model’s Blitz Workshop series offers its towed fuel tank that contained the rocket juice used by the V-2.
Jim unboxes the newest items we have gotten in this year as samples. Including kits from Flyhawk & Thunder Models, diorama materials from AK Interactive (including their new F.A.Q. Dioramas book), the new paint line from Mission Models and more!
The Sd.Kfz.251/16 Ausf.C Flammpanzerwagen, as its name suggests, carried flamethrowers.
The newest kit portrays such a flammpanzerwagen with a welded hull.
Valkyrie Miniatures announced their upcoming 1/35 scale figure releases... IDF and French vehicle crew sets.
Norbert Jakob kindly informed us about the first 3D figure of 2017 from Reedoak.
MiniArt’s new figures set depict a group of soldiers huddled over a small fire in what seems to be a very cold winter day at the Eastern Front.
Scale 75 presents two new models at 1/35 on their War Front range, a figure of an US Corporal and a set of depot items.
Eureka XXL has two new sets of Long spine boards for January, the devices used for handling wounded in pre-hospital care.
ETA Diorama keeps producing useful accesories on 2017 too. Yannis V. Papadopoulos kindly informed us about new ETA products in 1/35 scale.
Previously announced for release last December, we just received word from IBG Models that their early production variant of the Japanese Type 89 tank is finally available.
Used by all services in the Great War, the Clayton Shuttleworth tractor is now available from W^D Models.
Available at ModellTrans Modelbau’s catalog are three wheel update sets for various manufacturers’ kits.
MiniArt’s new kit-in-process brings us a length of Russian gauge railroad track.
Some interesting news on Academy's 2017 catalogue, with 1/35 models for both WW2 and modern fans.
It’s not rare to see WW II tanks with improvised armor protection. Tank crews would place sandbags or logs, hang tank tracks, weld plates, or even pour concrete -- and Sherman tanks are no different from its Axis counterparts.