Saturday, December 14, 2013

100K MARK!

Well looks like this site has popped its 100K cherry and to celebrate it and the holidays, I'm going to give out a rare unpainted 28mm miniature set of a WWII era Captain America and his Ratzi killing pal Bucky.  So if you are a real connoisseur of Weird WWII and not some SpamBot from Russia or China, drop a line here and let me know what you think of the site.  I'll choose the bad ass on the 1st and ship if off to you on my dime anywhere in the world that takes snail mail.  So the coolest, wittiest or sexiest remark gets the free stuff.

Good luck and thanks for taking a peek into my madness!
Brian

My set painted but your getting one that isn't!

11 comments:

  1. Hey, love this site...it combines my favorite things...WWII miniatures and scantily dressed woman. What could be better?

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    1. Who doesn't love scantily clad women?! ;)

      Thanks for replying,
      Brian

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    2. Not the girls I hang with. ;)

      Brian

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  2. Good going. I love your movie choices. I may not always comment but always read. So may I just say good job sir , good job!

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  3. I won't take Cap'n'Bucky from you Brian, I don't need another pair, but I'll certainly agree you run a great blog. I've found more fun stuff here than you can shake a stick at. My "Incursion" stuff owes more to you than to anyone else!

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    1. I try to include Weird War from all sectors of the genera so we can really see what the genera has to offer. I think it gives us all a great way to enhance our gaming, viewing, reading or even writing on the subject. If you ever want to showcase some of your WWWII madness fell free to drop me a line and I'll hook ya up.

      I appreciate the kind words,
      Brian

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  4. Totally Cool. So did you sculpt these figures? If not who made them?

    I have a blog called the MiniatureReview.blogspot.com and these are just up my alley.

    Cheers

    Tom

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    1. Aaron Brown of Black Crab Studios sculpted these under my commission. He is a very talented and skilled artist and a joy to deal with. The set was painted by the paint wizard over at Stone Cold Lead. All great folks to deal with and I can't say enough nice things about there skills and prices.

      Brian

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  5. The paint job on Cap and Bucky is pretty darn good!
    Who makes these figures?
    Thanks for the help.

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