HOT- Kabuki Miniature Line Unboxing & Review

By Rob Baer | August 24th, 2013 | Categories: Game & Hobby Products, Product Review, Warhammer Fantasy

Have you heard? There may be a new sheriff in town when it comes to miniatures, and their name is Kabuki.

Kabuki Models has been quietly been making miniatures for the past few years, but have really be taking their offerings to the next level as of late with amazing quality resin casts.

They have very wide range of miniatures from “Knights of Legend” to “Pin-Up Girls” and everything in between.

I was fortunate enough to get one of the very limited edition Christmas Boxes for the Knights of Legends line, and unboxed it below for you all.  It’s a really nice collection of the line that was produced up to the end of 2012.  Plus it also comes with sweet artist pin-ups of the concept art for the figures included (Phoenix Knight shown above).

I believe there are 5 more figures planned for the line, and of course those seem to be some of the most desirable ones.

Below is the Steel Knight, one of the famous “Knights of Legend“. With all those chevrons, and huge hammer, I wonder whom he could be? Clearly he’s a specialist of siege warfare, and I can’t wait to get him into my Iron Warriors army.

Also featured in the Kabuki range is the “Sci-Fi Stand Alone” line of alternate near future versions of famous warriors of the past.  Who doesn’t want their legions of toy soldiers lead into battle by Napoleon or Patton?

Next up are the aforementioned “Pin-Up Girls” line that definitely adds a little character to any army they join. Most of the figures come in both a 28mm and 54mm version which is perfect for a myriad of games.  I think these are some of the best female form figures out there on the market today!

The best part is that not only does Kabuki offer a several lines of figures to augment any force you may collect, they also make a ton of conversion parts.

They call them “Luxury Conversion Bits” and they really do live up to their name.

All of the packs of shoulder pads include four pads, and the backpacks work for both 28mm and 40mm scaled miniatures.

Overall I really have nothing but good things to say about this line of miniatures.  The sculpts are great, plus each of the limited edition figures comes individually numbered out of 500, so you know your getting something both collectible as well as playable.

Get the visual skinny, and some full color lovin’ on the whole Kabuki Model Line by clicking play on my video review below!

And if you’re curious about what models are out there to field, be sure to visit the Kabuki Minis section over on the Spikey Bits Store!

Happy Modeling! -MBG

About the Author: Rob Baer

Virginia Restless, Miniature Painter & Cat Dad. I blame LEGOs. There was something about those little-colored blocks that started it all... Twitter @catdaddymbg
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