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Some decent shots of the Street Judges I painted on holiday. Painted as a group to fit with the ones that I've already done.

 

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This bumps me up over half way done with my Judges! Well, until Chief Judge Hershey arrives, when I'll slide back to exactly half.

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Really nice work. I hadn't read a Dredd comic in years and picked up a trade a while back and forgot how good they are. I've been thinking of getting some of these minis, but am thinking of starting a Planet of the Apes game.

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I really like their apes, and I'll probably pick up the three that I don't have eventually (especially the gorilla gangster, I want him to be my gang leader). If you do end up wanting to get into the Dredd game, word is that there's a starter box in the works which should be out by Christmas.

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I really like their apes, and I'll probably pick up the three that I don't have eventually (especially the gorilla gangster, I want him to be my gang leader). If you do end up wanting to get into the Dredd game, word is that there's a starter box in the works which should be out by Christmas.

 

I'm leaning towards the PotA minis, but if there's a Dredd starter set I may go that way. I ran across some really cool PotA minis yesterday, but they were from England and I couldn't find an American distributor so the shipping would have killed me. I did find some decent ones from Sgt. Major's, but not as cool as the ones from Crooked Dice.

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