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Get Weird In ‘Nam With Pulp Figures’ Black Sun Collection


If you fancy changing things up when it comes to Weird War on the tabletop then why not delve into Black Sun and the collection that has started up from Pulp Figures?

Pulp Figures Have Found Some Significant Clues


Pulp Figures have announced that, come November, they will providing us all with some fairly Significant Clues.

Flint & Feathers Go Flying With Pulp Figures New Range


Pulp Figures have some cool new Native Americans for you to use in your Pulp adventures. These three sets will be popping up soon over on their webstore and could be helpful allies or deadly adversaries…

Pulp Figures Goes Native, Native American That Is!


Pulp Figures is releasing some really nice miniatures for the Iroquois Confederacy.

Get Wild In The West Later This Year With Pulp Figures


Pulp Figures have shown off some of the Wild West range that will be coming out later this year including some Cowboys and some very angry Mexicans. There are even some plans for a few Cacti it seems to give you authentic border feeling while rustling cattle…

Bombshell’s Counterblast Heavy Support Out On Kickstarter


Bombshell Miniatures has a fantastic new group of minis for their pulp/sci fi game, Counterblast, out on Kickstarter. Robots & vehicles along with man and beast are included in this lot of clever additions.

Pulp Figures Soon Available Through North Star!


Check out some of the Heroes & Personalities range coming out of Pulp Figures via North Star now they’re stocking the collection!

North Star Begin Manufacturing For Pulp Figures In 2015


Pulp Figures and North Star have joined forces for the future production of their miniatures!

Pulp Figures Support Movember With Stylish Stash


Pulp Figures are getting in on Movember this month with their own miniature sporting a stylish stash and tux.

Sleuths & Soldiers Coming Soon From Pulp Figures


It’s time to solve some mysteries and delve deeper into some desert temple with soldiering adventurers! Which set would you prefer to use?