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Jeff of SaxeBearstein Inactive Member25 Nov 2013 8:43 a.m. PST

While I am new to this period, I am aware of the following suppliers of substantial numbers of 28mm "Pulp" miniatures . . . do you know of any more?

Artizan --

Copplestone --

Pulp Figures --

I would be delighted to learn of others . . . also of your opinions of any/all of these suppliers.

Thank you in advance for your replies.

-- Jeff

MajorB25 Nov 2013 8:49 a.m. PST

Crooked Dice:

Disco Joe Inactive Member25 Nov 2013 8:50 a.m. PST

You can't beat Pulp Figures line. Absolutely wonderful figures. I highly recommend them.

richarDISNEY Inactive Member25 Nov 2013 8:59 a.m. PST

Frother's has a good list…

Reaper has a bunch in their Chronoscope range.

Wyrd has some that would work too.

Depending on what you are using them for, check Empress, Foundry and Eureka too.

The Shadow25 Nov 2013 9:04 a.m. PST

IMHO, between Pulp Figures and Copplestone you can create just about any scenario from the Pulp Era that you could want to. Pulp Figures offers the most minis that can represent characters from that era, like Doc Savage, The Shadow, Sgt. Preston of the Yukon, The Spider, Charlie Chan and The Green Hornet. If pulp era Sci-Fi/fantasy is your thing you can find minis at and at Bronze Age Miniatures.

boy wundyr x Supporting Member of TMP Inactive Member25 Nov 2013 9:12 a.m. PST

Sergeant Major Miniatures and Brigade (US) also have figures to use. I would say Brigade has more than SMM, like state troopers, but both are good, as are the ones in the OP and the others listed here.

Huscarle25 Nov 2013 9:27 a.m. PST

It all depends on what period of Pulp you are looking for, Victoriana, 1930s, 1940s, etc

West Wind's Empire of the Dead & Gothic lines link
Wargames Foundry
Harwood Hobbies link
Pulp City
North Star link
Victoria Lamb

Pulp Alley are releasing a range of figures TMP link

Personal logo BrigadeGames Sponsoring Member of TMP25 Nov 2013 10:45 a.m. PST

Lots of ranges in our own BrigadeGames brand, plus Artizan Thrilling Tales, West Wind's Empire of the Dead, Rattrap Productions, NorthStar In Her Magesty's Name, some of the Parroom range and lots of vehicles from CompanyB and Brigade Games. We have some Copplestone vehicles remaining in stock as well.

gameorpaint Inactive Member25 Nov 2013 10:49 a.m. PST

Huscarle beat me to RAFM.

I'd just add on that, specifically, you are looking at mostly their Call of Cthulhu line. The USX line has a few possibilities, mostly the cultist boxes. But, they are advertised as 32mm, and clearly fit that bill compared even to some of the taller "28" mm ranges and are a bit slimmer (i.e. more realistically proportioned). They will fit in well with 1:48, even some 1:43 vehicles, but will be odd ducks with most other minis (unless you're looking for basketball players gone cultist).

pvernon Supporting Member of TMP25 Nov 2013 12:39 p.m. PST

Askari Miniatures have some along the lines on modern version of "The Mummy".

Etranger Inactive Member25 Nov 2013 4:45 p.m. PST

Eureka have some useful odds & ends, such as their jazz band & Cultists. link

Nic Robson Sponsoring Member of TMP25 Nov 2013 7:11 p.m. PST

And of course the cunningly named Pulp28's

Nic Eureka Miniatures

PistolPete Inactive Member02 Dec 2013 8:28 a.m. PST

if your looking for females there's also

statuesque –

bombshell –

the kickstarter for toughest girls –

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