I always try to answer the questions in the competitions in Miniature Wargames, they are usually rather hard, and I always learn something. If I know all the answers and feel the prize is something I would like, then I usually send in my answers.
Did so in issue 365, and I got a mail a while ago from Henry Hyde the editor of the magazine, congratulating me to my amazing intellect (or rather, my luck in the draw, as there were quite a few contestants who had gotten it right).
The prize was £25 of Blue Moon miniatures from Old Glory UK.
I’ve had my eyes on Blue Moon for several years, so this prize really suited me. Of the stuff Old Glory had available I found the “Things that go bump in the night” 28mm series, with the “I just don’t feel my age” box, something suitably pulp for me. A great way of feeling out Blue Moon. (There are also a lot of 15mm Blue Moon figs at Old Glory, if that is your thing).
The box arrived the day before yesterday. So what’s in it?
A sarcophagus with a loose mummy, and, argh… It’s alive!
Sooner or later you’ll even see some of these painted J
A great big Thank You! to Andy of Old Glory and Henry!