Here's the photographs:
|All the figures in their protective foam.|
|The skater waitress is a bit skewed|
|The two girls on the left looked very similar (more later)|
|Interesting figures - Dirty Harry maybe on the left ?|
|Another well armed group|
|I doubt I'd be using a flamethrower in a zombie apocalypse!|
|The poses are a bit hit and miss imho|
|Chainsaws ! In a zombie apocalypse ? I don't think so !|
|Holding guns in the air is a sure way to tire your arms |
|Yet another flamethrower and another wonky character|
|"It's dah Bishop !" (Now, where's Bycycle repair man? - Ed.)|
|Some interesting characters here|
|A couple of figures here that wouldn't look out of place in the Wild West|
I mentioned previously that the figures have names on their bases, there were two pairs of figures that looked identical and had identical names. Why ? I haven't a clue...
|Amy Goddard(s) on the left and two Wanda Jane Venturas|
|The two pairs of figures, Amys on the left and Wandas on the right|
That's all I've got for this week, the tenth annivesary of my blog. Next week, sadly, I'm away at a funeral in the deep south, but I will try and prepare a blog before then, to be posted the day before the funeral.
In other news, I've still not attempted any hobby work of my own, my painting area and gaming table are still a mess with little enthusiasm on my part to do anything about it.
I did intend to stop posting my blog about now, but will continue to post about many of the rescued items I have from Bryan's collection and, in time, what I intend to do with them all.
I've managed to catch up on my commenting on others' blogs after some difficulty with blogger not putting up my reading list for a few days , but it seems to be fixed now.
That's it then for this week, thanks for taking the time to visit and as ever your comments are both welcomed and truly appreciated.