January 14, 2016 by dracs
Infamy Miniatures recently redesigned the twisted creation of Frank Hyde and have now once again unleashed him on the unsuspecting public of London.
Frank Hyde was created by the chemical genius of Henrietta Jekyll and now serves the London kingpin as some seriously scary muscle.
In my opinion, this miniature is a great improvement on the original sculpt, which was among the first releases in the Infamy range.
This new design has a lot more motion, but I do miss the presence of the chains.
Mad Men and Machines Leave the Kickstarter
As well as good ol’ Frank, Infamy have released three more miniatures, making them available outside of the kickstarter for the first time.
The first two, Alucard and Quaker, are both superb sculpts. However, it’s the third release I am most excited about. It was the concept art for the Tea Machine that first got me hooked on the Infamy miniature designs. My copy of Tesla from the Kickstarter recently arrived back home, so I think he might need a cup of tea now.
Do you like Infamy’s Hyde? Or would you prefer a cuppa?
"It was the concept art for the Tea Machine that first got me hooked on the Infamy miniature designs."