March 19, 2018 by brennon
Mantic Games revealed today the first miniature for their Hellboy Board Game, designed by James M. Hewitt. Take a look at Hellboy (Red) here in all his glory, based on the art and designs by Mike Mignola.
The miniature is looking awesome and packed with detail. I love the comic book edge that has been given to the design too where everything is that little more defined.
If they follow the same line of quality that we saw from The Walking Dead: All Out War with the final miniature then we’re in for some special miniatures.
Talking of putting paint to miniature, Mantic Games have a little competition for you to enter!
YOU Could Win A Hellboy Miniature To Paint!
You could be in with the chance to win one of the first pre-production miniatures from the Hellboy game to paint up yourself and share with Mantic. All you have to do is…
Send Them A Picture Of Your Best Painted Mantic Games Miniature
This could be from Deadzone, DreadBall, The Walking Dead, Kings Of War, Warpath or any of their other properties. All you have to do is then share it with them on Facebook or Twitter (or both if you like!) and they will pick ONE lucky winner who will walk away with a resin Hellboy for them to paint up before the Kickstarter launch in April.
You have until March 29th to get your entries in and shared with Mantic.
If you’re interested in finding out more about Hellboy then you can check back through our news on the game HERE.
“Hellboy is a co-operative experience in which players face off against some of the comic’s most famous foes. Up to four people take control of iconic BRPD members, such as Hellboy, Abe Sapien, and Roger the Homunculus, then explore gothic locations and uncover ancient artefacts.”
Make sure to stick with us here on Beasts Of War as we’ll be keeping up-to-date with this game to find out more in the run-up to the Kickstarter launch.
Get sharing your best painted Mantic miniatures!
"YOU Could Win A Hellboy Miniature To Paint!"
"All you have to do is then share it with them on Facebook or Twitter (or both if you like!)"