Reference book - April 26, 1986: CHERNOBYL
Here we take a look at a sizeable model of a 9M96 of 50P6E TEL S350E Vityaz from Hobby Boss in 1/35th scale.
The Land Rover has seen service across the globe and AK Interactive have opted to provide the modeller with a range of 1/35th scale offerings with this being the first.
Here we get a look at what I think of as a special offering from Tankograd covering German Field Ambulances and Other Medical Evacuation Vehicles.
Here we get a look at what Hobby Boss has done with the Panda model 1/16th Panzer Kampfwagen 38(t) Ausf. E/F and its well worth a look see.
Examines Eighth Army's 1,000-strong tank force – rebuilt, reorganized, and equipped with brand-new Sherman and Churchill tanks – that secured victory at the Second Battle of El Alamein.
DN Models have posted a post build review of Mini Arts 1/35th StuG III Late Ausf. G Alkett production kit.
Illustrated with 180 photographs, Chernobyl offers an original photographic exploration of the world’s worst nuclear disaster.
Here we take a look at a great new combination offering from MiniArt in the form of a German Artillery Tractor T-60 (R) With Crew Towing Pak40 7.5cm Gun.
Here we take a look at the US Armoured Bulldozer released by MiniArt in 1/35th scale.
Here we get a look at a controversial release from Hobby Boss in the form of a 1/35th scale Oshkosh M1070 Dump Truck.
Here we get a look at the second Leopard 2 from Vespid model in the Leopard 2 A7V finish.
A brief look at Julius CASEAR's war with his competitors and those who feared him in the Roman Senate, leading to the creation of the Roman Empire. Very recommended.
Here we take a look at an ICM combination of new and old with the old Berge Panther and a very nice new set of figures.
MiniArt has released the next of their big sets, this time being a base with a tank and a car, two sets of crew figures and some signage. The vehicles offered in this release are a Panzer IV Ausf.H and a KFZ 70.
Vespid is at it again with a stunning release of 1/72nd scale kits, on this occasion we take a look at the Tiger 1 Early Production (Lucky Tiger Special Addition).
Here we get a look at something a little different from World War One in the form of a British B-Type Armoured Lorry.