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27 May 2020 ArticleIcon A surprising and intriguing new set announcement from Strelets over on the News page.
24 May 2020 ArticleIcon The soldiers of the Sun King are on the march, and we share our thoughts on the sight with our review of the Strelets set of French Musketeers on the March.
17 May 2020 ArticleIcon Before Rome was a mighty city with a mighty empire, it faced probably the most dangerous threat of its young life when Hannibal came to Italy. The latest set from Linear-A to depict those momentous days is now reviewed as we look at their Hannibal Makes a Triumphal Entry in Italy.
17 May 2020 ArticleIcon A new release to enjoy over on the News page.
11 May 2020 ArticleIcon The News page has some new releases, although distribution remains very difficult so for many they may be a long way off still.
9 May 2020 ArticleIcon Another new announcement over on the News page, this time adding to the 18th century range.
5 May 2020 ArticleIcon Just the two new set announcements today over on our News page!
4 May 2020 ArticleIcon The News page has some good news for fans of colonial campaigns in Africa.
30 Apr 2020 ArticleIcon All good things must come to an end, and on the whole the series of RedBox sets depicting Moscow's noble cavalry has been more than good. At a stroke it has raised the subject to one of the best covered in the whole hobby, and doubtless everyone can dream of a similar surge of sets covering their favourite theme. In the meantime, we conclude our look at this mini series with our review of the set subtitled Siege of Pskov Set 2.
29 Apr 2020 ArticleIcon If you are following our RedBox Moscow cavalry marathon then you will know we are almost there. Day 5 of 6, and we come to the last years of the reign of Ivan IV, Siege of Pskov Set 1.
28 Apr 2020 ArticleIcon Day 4, and the mid century array of Moscow noble cavalry from RedBox is completed by our review of their set subtitled Siege of Kazan Set 2.
27 Apr 2020 ArticleIcon Day 3, and the Moscow Noble cavalry reach mid century as we look at the RedBox set of Siege of Kazan Set 1.
26 Apr 2020 ArticleIcon Day 2 of our little Muscovite cavalry odyssey, and this time it is the second of the two sets devoted to the Battle of Orsha that has been reviewed.
25 Apr 2020 ArticleIcon RedBox have already produced an impressive number of sets for the growth of Muscovy in the 16th century, and recently they produced no less than six more, all covering the noble cavalry for the period. So starting today we will be posting one review a day of these sets, which in a sense can be seen as a six-part review of a 36-pose set. We will go in chronological order, starting with their Battle of Orsha (Set 1).
24 Apr 2020 ArticleIcon A new release to celebrate over on the News page.
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