parkusuk wrote:Well, here are a few constituents:
(and a lot more. This will be a big set!)
Big set, huh Graham.
How about these dinos:
Apatosaurus (aka Brontosaurus)
Raptor cousins - Velociraptor, Deinonychus & Utahraptor (Raptors in JP are actually Utahraptors in dimensions)
Some of the other Ceratopsians (Styracosaurus, Centrosaurus & Chasmosaurus)
Is there also animals that lived at the same time as dinos in this set ?
If yes, then:
Is this set going to stay with the Mesozoic and there will be a separate set for the Prehistoric Mammals and such from the Cenozoic?
parkusuk wrote:Fantasy Monsters II:
Do you mean Tangler?
I hope there will be no beasts like those creatures in the Modern Monster set.
I would rather keep the monsters in this set limited to actual fantasy literature, either traditional mythology or firm set fantasy fiction.
parkusuk wrote:WWII Americans:
M3 Grant Tank
Boy, have you left that set open to suggestion Graham.
I hope you will choose the airdropped 50.
Plus, the defrocked Priest was a good SP howitzer.
Do not forget BARs with the infantry; they were more common than Thompsons with the non-Airborne troops.
Do you already have Willy's Jeeps?
Dodge "Deuce & a half" trucks?
parkusuk wrote:Malestrom Minis:
I do not know this background so I cannot comment.
parkusuk wrote:Pulp III:
Do you need to ask!
Actually, yes Graham.
I do not know which figures on what list of the several we have batted about are on the final choice list.
We have actually batted about a good few lists with a good number of figures in the last year or two Graham.
parkusuk wrote:Post Apocalyptics:
Sort of Mad Max meets Gorka Morka, huh?
Any Cherry 2000s involved?
parkusuk wrote:This should be enough to give you a taster! More to follow
A very pleasant taster indeed.
Now, I am just looking forward to more yummy snacks and some delicious meals.