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Showcase is where the Editor takes a peek at various products - including some of the latest releases - sent to us here at The Miniatures Page.

If you have a product you would like to see featured in Showcase, please contact Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian.

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Adder Combat Cars in the Magrav

Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian paints two Adder Combat Cars as support vehicles for his Magrav force in Age of Madness. [18 May 2016]


In which Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian ruins a laser printer and learns to hand-letter. [27 Apr 2016]
Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian paints more hovercraft. [15 Feb 2016]
Beowulf Supporting Member of TMP Fezian paints a garage model inspired by sci-fi gaming. [25 Jan 2016]
Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian finally dips his toe into the world of Aeronef. [6 Dec 2015]
A post-apocalyptic militia force begins to assemble. [14 Nov 2015]
Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian searches for a better way to store his starships. [21 Oct 2015]
Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian does a mash-up and gets a sci-fi command vehicle. [19 Jul 2015]
Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian paints and individually bases some 6mm sci-fi infantry. [24 Jun 2015]
Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian promised pictures! [19 Sep 2013]
Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian finishes his first squad of Chaos Space Marines. [1 May 2013]
The Editor takes a first step in painting up a hovercraft-themed sci-fi force. [10 Apr 2013]
Blue Table Painting paints the Brood-Class Battleship. [1 Feb 2013]
Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian takes a gamble on a blurry image in an auction. [11 Jan 2013]
Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian keeps a convention promise. [19 Jun 2012]
Again from Blue Table Painting - this time, the Swarm-class cruisers for the Relthoza aliens. [21 May 2012]
A small step for Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian, a big step for his Grey Knights. [12 Mar 2012]
Beowulf Supporting Member of TMP Fezian likes C-in-C, and jumps at the chance to paint up some sci-fi hovercraft. [22 Jan 2012]
At last - the Relthoza Escorts get their turn in front of the camera... [13 Jan 2012]
An alien fleet in a paint scheme inspired by a spider. [24 Sep 2011]
Having fun with holiday decorations... [4 Nov 2010]
Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian reveals a hidden trauma... [22 Oct 2010]
Do you lie awake at night worrying about giant insects devouring the human race? Me, too... [6 Oct 2010]
Need an armored car in 15mm or 20mm, but don't have a lot of cash? [20 Apr 2010]
Well, they're certainly cheap... [27 Mar 2010]
These were the Heavy Droids I was looking for. [29 Oct 2009]
Building a sci-fi army from the Power Spike line. [23 Jul 2009]
The last - the most elusive - set of dino skellies... [10 Jul 2009]
Looking for an easy painting project? [24 Jun 2009]
Automatons with missiles, flamers and mini-guns! [4 Jun 2009]
Really, these were easy to paint... [28 May 2009]
More photographs of The Brigadier and his men. [20 Apr 2009]
Need some walking dinosaur skeletons? [30 Mar 2009]
Part Three of our look at the Distant Worlds 12mm sci-fi line. [19 Aug 2008]
The last four villagers from Blue Moon's Romanian set, as painted by PhilGreg Painters. [4 Aug 2008]
A fourth set of Romanian villagers from Blue Moon's boxed set. [28 Jul 2008]
Another preview of this 12mm scale sci-fi line. [16 Jul 2008]
Dogs and Bird in Space? [7 Jul 2008]
We begin a look at Blue Moon's Romanian Civilians, as painted for us by PhilGreg Painters. [19 Mar 2008]
It's probably too late already this season to snatch these bargains up... [24 Jan 2008]
As the holiday season approaches, overstock toys of previous years show up in the dollar stores. [2 Nov 2007]
"Hefty" metal die-cast cars are cheap this time of year. [1 Nov 2007]
You can pick up a toy blimp in the local toy department for less than a dollar. [31 Oct 2007]
TheMackster Fezian Inactive Member takes pics to show how the Halo figures compare, size-wise. [22 Sep 2007]
The Editor snaps some photos of the pre-painted Middle Eastern infantry from Mongoose's new game, Battlefield Evolution. [7 Mar 2007]
[27 Nov 2006]
It's Thanksgiving - and I'm thankful I won this eBay auction! [23 Nov 2006]
From a little-known range of science-fiction microarmor: the Heavy Hover Tank from C in C. [18 Oct 2005]
The fascinating history of one of the hobby's major manufacturers. [30 Aug 2005]
A walk down memory lane - do you remember the Tank Trap? [24 Aug 2005]
Starship Troopers has finally arrived - so what's inside? [19 Apr 2005]
The latest WarEngine shirts are out, and we have some... [30 Dec 2004]
New technology brings improvements to the Battle Bases product line. The Editor looks at the new Crystal Bases from Epicast. [6 Jan 2003]
Looking for someting new in 15mm science fiction? Fast and lightly armored, dune buggies may be the fresh tactical challenge you've been looking for. We look at Brigade's Aliya Class Dune Buggy w/Cannon. [28 Dec 2001]
Think of Allied engineering in WWII, and the ubiquitous pre-fabricated Quonset Huts of military construction instantly spring to mind. Microfigs has brought out two varieties in their 1/285th scale pack. [26 Dec 2001]

Brigade Models has moved into 15mm scale with a new line of science-fiction vehicles. The Editor inspects their latest combat hovercraft. [10 Dec 2001]

Looking for a way to mount your figures so they don't fall over all the time? Want nicely terrained bases, but are short on time? Epicast has a new product they'd like you to consider... [7 Dec 2001]

The Editor finds a source for custom bases - round or hexagonal, clear or tinted, with or without mirror coatings, drilled or undrilled, striped or unstriped... [10 Apr 2001]
Looking for something different to field on the tabletop? The Editor takes a look at a tank transporter in 1/300 scale, from the Future Wars product line. [13 Mar 2001]
Need a little tactical challenge for your next space-fight? Consider deploying several Asteroid Gun Platforms from Brigade Models. [5 Apr 2000]
The Warhammer 40K grav tank (28mm scale) from Armorcast. [10 Mar 2000]
How much would you pay for this 25mm scale fighting vehicle? You won't believe where we found it, and you won't believe how much a troop of these costs... [4 Mar 2000]
Do your 25mm troops need some help holding their positions? Perhaps a squad-sized Battle Bunker from TCS would help... [20 Jan 2000]
Target Games joins the ranks of game companies which are publishing and selling color catalogues of their products. Archives #1 has hit the shelves. [19 Jan 2000]

It's a mountain, it's a cave complex, it's big enough to form your entire field of battle - it's Daemon's Keep, the latest (and one of the largest) terrain sets from Warzone. [17 Jan 2000]

Crates are the sort of scenic item that is a pain to build from scratch, yet you could use dozens and dozens of them to add tactical clutter to your indoor scenarios. The Editor looks at Armorcast's Small Wooden Crate set, intended for a science fiction audience but...well, crates are crates. [6 Jan 2000]
Can a 54mm scale siege ladder find happiness in a 25mm world? The Editor considers Tactical Conflict's siege ladders for use with a new scale. [30 Dec 1999]

The latest thing from Kallistra Ltd. is a new series of Organic Pirate ships in 1/3000 scale. The Editor takes a close look at the first three models in the line...and tries to explain what an "organic pirate" might be... [28 Dec 1999]

Need to christen that ship, tank or mecha? Beacon has the answer. [18 Dec 1999]
We look at the new resin trench system Starter Set from Armorcast. [18 Dec 1999]
Some miscellaneous samples from Brigade Models [18 Dec 1999]