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  1. B:GCC - Hero Box Leftovers "aaaand DONE!"* The hero box had some police drones I had yet to paint (and they just as often show up as villainous henchmen) and some of the neutral innocent people of Gotham you sometimes need to rescue. *The first wave also had several expansions, so I'll probably tackle them next. Police Drones (with guns!) Bystanders Citizens. I don't know what makes these "citizens" and the bystanders "bystanders", but whatever.
  2. B:GCC - Villain Box Leftovers "Almost Done". We are finished with the mission book!* Two alt sculpts that were not specifically involved in any missions so far, and all the 3D objectives are all that remain in the villain box. The hero box leftovers will be next. *There was one more mission that featured the Batmobile, but I'm not painting that and there was no one else I hadn't painted already. Island of misfit Batman minis. Riddler, with a fantastic pose, I think. At least, one that fits his style. Riddler Year Zero was in a core book missio
  3. B:GCC - Mission 23 "A COWardly Act". Catwoman's cats have been poisoned by poison milk. The Bat Team has gone in to investigate, but hasn't returned! It is now up to Batcow to rescue the Bat Team from the clutches of Poison Ivy. I...don't get Batcow. I mean, I understand that comic books have to comic, but why include him in an otherwise serious game? He doesn't really fit the tone of this game system. The Dynamic Duo Catwoman with her Long Halloween outfit. She is not actually in this mission, but she is the person giving the introducti
  4. B:GCC - Mission 21 "A Golden Opportunity" has the heroes catch Deadpool Deathstroke mid-robbery as he attempts to steal a formula for kryptonite locked behind a door. I think my favorite color that I bought from Reaper is their Hazard Yellow. It slots in nicely between yellow and orange and works wonderfully in a lot of different situations. I think it is spot on for Deadpool Deathstroke. Riddler Goons. I like the color scheme, but I debated for a while if I should switch up the colors a little to make them easier to distinguish on the board. In the end,
  5. B:GCC - Mission 22 "Explosive Surprise" has Harley Quinn and her gang prepping some explosive packages to send through the USPS to various locations in Gotham. Apparently postal regulations are looser in the DC Universe. The whole family Harley in one of her newer outfits and her signature POW! hammer. I kinda screwed up her face when I tried to paint on eyebrows. Tried to fix it but no luck. Bud and Lou, a girl's best friend. Harley Quinn's gang.
  6. B:GCC - Mission 20 "Silence" has Hush and Hush (Jason Todd) trying to infect computers while the Bat crew try to destroy the computers. I can't say I know the Hush story line, but I do know that the song for this mission is clearly Deep Purple's "Hush". Spoilers, one of them is Clayface. Honestly, I'm not sure if you are supposed to let the heroes know, but there isn't any notes explaining how to handle the information, and nothing else is hidden so... Hush. Hush. I though I heard her calling my name now She broke my heart but
  7. B:GCC - Mission 19 "A Bloody Transaction" has Gordon and Bullock trying to rescue some hostages from The Red Hood and his gang. Apparently there are good Red Hoods and bad Red Hoods. This is the bad Red Hood, possibly the Joker, pre-Joker days (spoiler?). Or maybe just some random sucker in a stupid outfit. Who knows. I think their theme song is "Every Girl's Crazy About a Sharp Dressed Man". Penguin's Henchmen. Not a part of the mission, but I had space to paint them. Their nets had me worried, but I like how they
  8. B:GCC - Mission 18 "Bad Time to be a Cop" has Wrath and Solomon Grundy set a trap for the police. The cops have to activate computers to call in reinforcements, and the villains need to destroy those computers. Wrath I know nothing about, really, and most of my Google searches put him in a cartoonish, bright orange outfit. So I suspect this is a newer incarnation of him. Grundy, on the other hand, I've known since the early Super Friends cartoons on Saturday mornings. That, and he had a fantastic storyline in The Justice League and Justice League Unlimited. I decided to work
  9. B:GCC - Mission 17 "Caught in a Spyral" has our hero, played by Green Arrow, trying to stop a hack by Tusk that may reveal some undercover officers. Man-Bat also shows up to smack people around. Green Arrow. Probably the only non-Batman related hero in the set. And probably the last hero I'll be doing for a while. I missed my opportunity on one, and the other one won't show up until the last mission. Tusk. Not a villain I'm familiar with. He has a white suit for his picture, but I wanted to do something a bit different, so I gave him some
  10. B:GCC - Mission 16 "Like Father, Like Daughter". Orphan tries to stop Scarecrow from helping Orphan spread weird toxins/chemicals throughout Gotham. It makes me wonder who the heck comes up with superhero names in DC, and why someone would go by Orphan if her dad is still alive. Anywho... I stopped painting for a bit due to lots of unrelated things (like Borderlands 3 coming out for Steam). Now that I'm working from home, I can get back to painting regularly. And B:GCC Season 2 just arrived so my dream of painting Season 1 before that showed up did not pan out. F
  11. B:GCC - Mission 14 "Biological Scourge" teams up the noble Ra's Al Ghul with the sewer dwelling Ratcatcher. Really? Anyway, the heroes have to beat up the bad guys to get the antidote and also kill a bunch of rats. Unfortunately I put this group off and when I got back to it, I glossed them before I took their picture, so sorry about the shine. Ra's slumming it with his new pal. Ra's cape (at least the interior) was not fun to paint. I do like him as a villain though. Having David Warner's voice in the Batman Animated Series did not hurt.
  12. B:GCC - Mission 15 "Panic at the Court" asks the heroes to hack a server and defuse bombs while keeping the immortal (?) Talon and his Court of Owls at bay. Talon and the prisoner henchmen Talon is...boring. He's all black and grey, with a tiny bit of color in his eyes. I wound up using Ram Black to give a little color to his gloves and leather bits. The prisoners are colorful though!
  13. B:GCC - Mission 13 "Suicide Escape" has two traditional Suicide Squad members attempting to flee prison. Kind of an interesting mission where the villains are passive until they aren't. They are basically meandering around the jail until they decide to pull the trigger and attack. Croc's left eye was not as well defined as his right, it was pretty annoying. He still came out pretty well though. I tried to make his trench-coat extra dirty. I had a tough time with Deadpool Deadshot because his color scheme is kind of all over the place.
  14. B:GCC - Mission 12 "The Purge" has you trying to stop Two-Face from some nefarious deed that involves you purging some vats before time is up. And we are halfway through! Not as far as miniatures are concerned, but the core book has 24 missions so we have reached the middle. Most bad guys are not reused, but lots of heroes are, so I have very few heroes left to paint but still a box load of villains. And, of course, henchmen (and the heroic counterpart). (Sorry for the double post but I got a new computer and spent waaay too much time playing on it instead of setting it up to
  15. B:GCC - Mission 11 "Major Gas Madness" has Scarecrow as the major villain to beat. You need to find his toxin formula and escape before you croak. There is a lot of deadly gas about (surprise) so you need to be careful. There were no new heroes to paint in this mission, so I painted up a set of thugs instead. Scarecrow and Hazmat Thugs Not the Scarecrow I'm familiar with, but a cool one nonetheless. Fairly easy to paint, although sometimes the paint seemed to not want to stick to some difficult to reach areas. I thought Hazmat Thu
  16. B:GCC - Mission 10 "The Postman Always Rings Twice" pits our heroes vs Firefly and Killer Moth. The heroes need to examine the poison and find an antidote for it, but the laboratory is extremely deadly to anyone without a gas mask. Thankfully one is provided. Ok, I'm back from work travels, lets finish up some minis! Batwoman has a great color scheme, but enough with the unbalancing capes already! I like how Azrael's sword came out. I kind of gave up on it but after giving it a red wash it looked much better. I can't say I enjoyed pa
  17. B:GCC - Mission 9 "A Sad Celebration" has the Joker and Harley Quinn (and minions) lowering some sap into a vat while Batman and friends attempts to stop him. Since I already painted Harley Quinn, I only had the Joker to paint, and he's pretty straightforward. I messed up his lips a little bit but, honestly, he's got a messy look sometimes anyway so I mostly left it in place. Its hard to tell from the tabletop anyway. Katana was also pretty easy to paint, and looked really good in pure white and black. Spoiler I never heard of and her cape makes her a bit unbalanced, but she
  18. B:GCC - Mission 8 "Deadly Riddles" has the Riddler facing off against the Bat Team, in this case Duke Thomas aka The Signal because...they were running out of names I guess. I stopped reading well before he showed up, but he has an interesting outfit if you ignore the fact that it is bright yellow. I also painted off a set of generic thugs. Getting them out of the way one set at a time. Duke "The Signal" Thomas The Riddler, Year Zero version. Snappy dresser. Some thugs.
  19. B:GCC - Mission 6 "Good Cops/Bad Cops" has the GCPD up against Clayface and Black Mask, trying to get evidence on corrupt cops. You can actually select from a number of heroes for the first hero, but since the second and third heroes must be Detective Renee Montoya and Detective Bullock, I felt it was only fair to paint Commissioner Gordon with them. Get all the big cops out of the way. The heroes have to grab some evidence while the villains try to destroy it. One of the balancing mechanisms to put Gordon, Montoya and Bullock on the same level with Batman friends is that they
  20. Mission 4 "An Icy Welcome" is the first strictly two player map, and it stars my favorite Batman villain, Mr. Freeze. Only two miniatures and I actually finished theses a bit ago, but never put them up because things have gotten a bit busy (in a good way). I was even able to get in some games of Batman! I'm not too familiar with Batman Year Zero (or Batman Zero Year or something), I can't understand how the gloves go with the rest of his outfit. I used my favorite MSP Sample (pinkish/purplish) paint for both figures. It is such a great color. An
  21. Batman: Gotham City Chronicles - Mission 3 "A Series of Mutations" has another villain I've never heard of, Mr. Bloom, turning thugs into plant people. For Frank Miller's Batman, I went with a lighter shade of blue. The pictures I found were ether black or a brighter than usual blue, so I stuck with the blues. He also came with two bases. I was hesitant about painting the "diorama" base just because it was so different than the rest of the bases but it came out a lot better than I was expecting. When he hits the board I hope we use that base. Night
  22. Batman: Gotham City Chronicles - Mission 2 "Deadly Infection" has the Penguin and Doctor Death trying to do something evil while some version of Batman and two of his allies try to stop them. I'm not terribly familiar with Doctor Death, and I couldn't find too many good pictures of him online, so I just went with a zombie-ish look. The Penguin was also a little tricky, but for the opposite reason. He has been around for a while and has a slew of looks. Although I was planning on sticking to the Batman Animated Series as a baseline, I found the color scheme for the
  23. Monolith Games "Batman: Gotham City Chronicles" came in recently and I decided I'd go ahead and actually try to paint all the minis. Looking at the boxes can be daunting though so I'm breaking it down by mission to make it a less daunting task. For each mission, I'm doing the main villains and one hero for each player, so the game is at least playable with a set of painted minis. The minions will have to wait until my free time matches up with the not raining time so I can spray prime a bunch at once. Did I mention it won't stop raining on my time off? In general, I'm trying
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