Category Archives: Periods – Pulp era

The last zeppelin — a model

By Rob Morgan I was reminded by a colleague that there’s a decent scale model of a German airship around, one very suitable for conversion into numerous ‘Steam-Punk’ models, and arguably fantasy Third Reich stuff too. The Revell Mini-Kit 06580 … Continue reading

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The possibilities of ‘Steam-Punk’… at sea!

By Rob Morgan The rise in popularity of this Victorian-Edwardian style of, well, just about everything, wargames included, has left many in the hobby far behind. Science Fiction. (Never ever Sci-Fi or Scy-Fy.) As Ben Bova used to say, ‘if … Continue reading

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Embracing steampunk

By Jim Rohrer Some readers might assume, based on the title of this post, that I am completely out to lunch. Steampunk? What possible relevance could weird stuff like that have for solo wargaming? Answer: Warhammer. We all know how … Continue reading

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Review of needle monument model

Jonathan Aird finds a useful obelisk model and reviews it for the blog’s readers. It’s on the Reviews page.

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Review of ‘The Brigadier’s Outcast’ book

Jonathan Aird offers a review of the novel, “The Brigadier’s Outcast,” about Captain John Caspasian of the Ghurkha Rifles. It’s on the Reviews page.

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