Darklands: Neuheiten im Januar
Mierce Miniatures präsentieren ihre neuen Darklands Neuheiten.
The first new releases of 2017 are here and they are absolute stunners, even if we do say so ourselves! With twenty-three releases for Darklands and two releases for BaneLegions, you’re also spoilt for choice!
The BaneLegions gain two superb new miniatures, Tetseenx (a Phoenix Demon Prince) and Papworth the Pillager (a huge Chaos Giant). The Darklands gain twenty-three releases, one of which is bigger than the rest combined – and which is also one of our finest miniatures, ever. Sculpted by Dan Cockersell, Maatmäg the Gigantic Mammox will be an ideal centrepiece for any army! The other twenty-two Darklands releases comprise miniatures from two different units – Gaalgar’s Herd, a mighty unit of Gul-Gabrax for the Fomoraic; and the long-awaited The Dead of Black Barrow, a unit of implacable Wihtgār for the Jutes – our first undead miniatures to gain a release!
Amazingly, the Darklands releases are all painted this time around! Even so, just like the previous releases, thanks to us being busier than busy bees we’ve just not had the time to get the release art and descriptions done; but you can still see some good images of each miniature on the website of course.
The Gul-Gabrax – bigger, more powerful goat-men of the Fomoraic – are utterly superb miniatures sculpted by Michael Anderson from the artwork by Christophe Madura. There’s four different units to purchase – five warriors with command, ten warriors with command, five warriors and ten warriors – all comprised of the seven individual Gul-Gabrax, which have been painted by Sébastien Picque. There’s Gaalgar, the unit’s champion and from which the unit gains its name; Raagar, the unit’s banner-bearer; Sraangar, the unit’s herald; and four warriors, Culgaar, Gongaar, Aalgar and Sraagar.
Preis: 61.74 GBP
Dan Cockersell – as you probably know already – is an absolute master sculptor. He’s responsible for some of our finest miniatures, including The Terror of Fortriu and Krull, but he’s outdone himself this time with the utterly incredible Maatmäg, a humungous Mammox that is even bigger than Krull himself. Sculpting from the artwork by Christophe Madura, Dan has produced a miniature that is almost impossible to describe in terms of its quality: it is, quite frankly, the finest miniature we have produced to date. Don’t take our word for it, though – just have a look at him! Painted here by our very own Tim Fisher.
Preis: 166.24 GBP
Finally, finally, we have the unit of infantry that everybody’s been waiting for: the first undead release for Darklands and the first unit of the Jutes. The Dead of Black Barrow is a Wihtgār Unit that can be purchased in four flavours – a unit of five warriors with command, a unit of ten warriors with command, a unit of five warriors and a unit of ten warriors. The individual miniatures, all sculpted by Edgar Skomorowski from the artwork by Danny Cruz, have been painted by Zlatko Burmazovic. They are Sigheard, the champion; Ricbert, the fain bearer; Ælgar, the hornblower (he may have no breath, but the dead can still hear it); and Cynemund, Oswine, Bertræd and Ælfric, all warriors.
Preis: 33.24 GBP
One of the fantastic monsters that were funded by the BaneBeasts: Mighty Monsters Part Deux Kickstarter project, Papworth the Pillager is a mighty Chaos Giant, a basher and a stomper converted by Andrew May from the original giant of the Albainn, Gomagg, and the artwork by Dan Warren.
Preis: 113.99 GBP
Another monster funded by the BaneBeasts: Mighty Monsters Part Deux Kickstarter project, Tetseenx is a fantastic conversion of Malacant, a demon of the Infernii. Converted by Tim Prow from the artwork by Neil Hodgson!
Preis: 56.99 GBP
All of the releases above will be officially released on the 4th of February 2016, but you can order them right now!
Watch out for the March releases, which should be unveiled soon!
Quelle: Mierce Miniatures