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Will - July 17, 2020

I’d be very interested in Russian Civil War minis, or definitely Warlord China stuff; both are parts of the interwar period that have really cool content and concepts, which at times sorely lack minis.

Warren - July 15, 2020

I like to see more 1870-1930 military/civilian (freedom fighters) miniatures or Zulu tribesmen, Italian, Indian soldiers even Pulp style miniatures.

Mitch - July 15, 2020

USMC anything, Very different than Army throughout History. EX;
USMC had security detachments on ships prior to Modern era, they were referred to as “Sea Going Bellhops” because of Posts that the Dress Blues were Worn, this would work well for Embassy Duty Guards Box Set from 1980’s-Modren, ETC.

Max Hoelz - July 15, 2020

Generic Interwar Miniatures to be used in Civil War (German, Spanish, Irish, Russian, Very British) would be awesome. Throw in some WWII Weapons and they could used as Resistance, Partisans or even Volkssturm.

Richard Cowen - July 14, 2020

Private military contractors would be awesome, particularly if they could also double as 2nd Amendment militias types. A torso or two with a beer gut would be more than welcome as well.

Silvio Rinaldi - July 13, 2020

IMHO two to four sets covering USA / European / Middle East / Russian armies of our days should meet a vast interest from players and modellers alike.
They could be used for their Historical setting or,easily "converted fora a semi historical/futuristic/apocaliptic settings

Alejandro Rivera - July 13, 2020

A kit in style “OTAN” or American or maybe Warsaw pact. With 3 boxes (and many heads) you could built up any army from 1950-to the present. Because American and Sviet helmets were relatively “static” after WWII and many armies employed AK or L1/FN-FAL as standard weapon.

James - July 13, 2020

I have scoured the internet for METRO 2033 themed miniatures and Nato/1980’s Russians is probably the closest I could get to that in plastic. But if the wonderful people at Wargames Atlantic would fancy putting out some nebulous Russian/Cold War/Post Apoc miniatures, the world would be appreciative ;D

Kit - July 13, 2020

I would love some wargames figures based on the Spanish, Chinese and Russian Civil Wars: perhaps with extra equipment to convert them for sci-fi wargaming too (converting my own Space Bolsheviks sounds like fun!). As had already been pointed out, it is fantastic that you are focusing on unusual and often-ignored areas of history.

That said, I am slightly concerned that there are a load of different projects that the company is engaging in, and I hope this new venture would not take the focus off the great work you are already doing!

Thomas Penner - July 13, 2020

Chinese Warlords, communists and nationalists is something that is really lacking given its significance and the variety of units, as well as being a force missing for the many WW2 games that seem to have every front under the sun but China in their ranges. Though if you are planning on doing vehicles in plastic at some point, Spanish civil war experimental tanks are the most beautiful things

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