Sea Creatures Warband

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10 comments:

  1. Some Great looking figures here Shaun, Hard to pick a favourite. I beleive the Green guy with the trident is the Sub-Mariner from my Marvel comic reading days.

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  2. Thanks. You are spot on about Namor. That is rare original Timmee figure that I found on ebay recently. I forgot about him when I set up the main body of the warband and had to tack him on at the end.

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  3. Nice figures Shaun, I like them all but if I had to pick my favourite it would be the SCS Creature figure, Really nice. Wasn't this company going to bring out a Fantasy set? Any news on that Shaun? I hope it isn't going to fall by the wayside like the BlueBox Knights and Orcs.
    Darren

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  4. Thanks, I have not received any new information about the SCS fantasy bucket in a long time. I tried calling the company, but I only ever get voicemail. So, I don't know.

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  5. Ok fair enough mate, Well lets keep our fingers crossed that it does come out. I was looking forward to it coming out last year but as you say nothing has happened, Perhaps i'll try to get in touch with them.
    Darren

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    1. I finally got in touch with somebody at SCS Direct. They told me that the big bucket of fantasy figures is in production right now and will be available this Summer. I can't wait.

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  6. Hey Shaun that's Fantastic news. I also got in touch with them and they told me that they were hoping to get the Fantasy figures out in a couple of months but Summer will do for me. I can't wait and if they are as good as the Monster bucket I will be over the moon, Good news.
    Darren

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    1. I'm hoping for May. They released the Big Buck of Monsters in May 2015, and I think that counts as Summer to them.

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  7. Those green and blue translucent mermaids... if memory serves those are actually cocktail décor (or markers), with the arms splayed back and angled so the mermaid hangs on the rim of a tropical drink, either inside or outside the glass.

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