Cold War Miniatures
|Mixes best with:||Pretty much any range, as the figures are all unarmed (i.e. no weapons to make the scale differences stand out), although their "L" build may make them look a tiny bit scrawny|
|Long Review:|| I bought this specific set to add to my growing horde of zombies for pulp WW2. As hospital-based clothing has remained pretty generic since the '30s, these will work for most of the 20th century- a prime factor for me when considering purchases, as I'm not really that interested in post-1945 conflicts.
The five figures in this set come with seperately-cast metal bases (each the size of a 1p coin) with different surfaces. Each comes with a hole for a corresponding peg on the zombie's foot.
The five figures consist of a doctor (now late) and his nurse, a patient with a drip and stand, and one with a crutch, as well as an autopsied corpse. The doctor and norse are still dressed in their working clothes, while the patients are wearing an operating gown and a dressing gown respectively. The poor autopsied corpse isn't wearing anything but an expression of hunger!
|Commentary:||Really useful figures. My favourite is probably the patient with the crutch- as if he hasn't got enough to worry about already....|
|Sculpting:||Average. A little rough, but serviceable.|
|Sources:||Items purchased for own collection.|
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