Pulp City have now begun their Kickstarter project to make the Cold War series of heroes and villains a reality. We’ve been covering some of their fantastic miniatures for a while now and it’s great to see them get the funding already…
Pulp City have shown off even more of the superheroes and villains coming to their new Kickstarter later in November this year. Both factions in the game are getting a myriad of really interesting characters to choose from…
If you want to embrace the awesomeness of a character like Captain America then see what you think of Spybreaker from Pulp City who is going to be one of the models in their Cold War range…
Your pulp gaming has just been taken to the next level! Multiverse Gaming and Pulp Monsters have just announced a new partnership to combine their forces and make your pulp gaming even more epic!
The battle for Pulp City continues as two new teams of Supremes prepare to enter the fray. Will you side with Team Hammer or with Team Breaker?
Pulp City has been shipped out to all its European backers and is currently heading out to the rest of America. That doesn’t mean the guys behind it are sitting on their laurels though as they have just shown off a sculpt for the powerhouse supreme Scarab.
Your city transportation troubles are solved with the final stretch goal for the Warehouse District Terrain Kickstarter from Impudent Mortal. Subway cars and stunning raised tracks will put a fantastic touch on your gritty city table!
Pulp City is well on the way to shipping out all of its Kickstarter pledges (I got mine!) and are now moving forward with some of the other new sculpts that appeared during the crowdfunding, most notably their fan made Supreme Genesis characters such as Dr Warlock.
Now you can give your city some added flavor with the cool terrain decals headed your way in Impudent Mortal’s upcoming Warehouse District Terrain Kickstarter! Whether you approach it from an advertisement angle or you are trying to give it a run-down effect, these decals will give it the perfect finishing touch!
The guys at Pulp City have said that they will hopefully be shipping out their Kickstarter minis some time this month, and have just put up a preview of one of their first planned post-Kickstarter releases. Big Foot does exist, and he apparently likes grunge!