ISSUE 71 NOW AVAILABLE
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It’s finally here! Our first-ever all digital issue of Amazing Figure Modeler magazine! Break out your hair gel and squeeze into your parachute pants as AFM has set the way-back machine for circa 1980-1989. The ‘80s were a great decade, especially for horror and sci-fi fans, and we touch upon many of the best subjects the decade had to offer. Charlie Robson puts the freeze on John Carpenter’s masterful remake of The Thing, and David Fisher takes another run at Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner. Neal DeConte jabs and stabs his way through a particularly fervent ‘80s genre: the slasher film, while Terry Webb interviews Screamin’ Models’ Daniel Fay about the late ‘80s resurgence of horror model kits. Next, Jason Walker pirates The Goonies, and Dave Prosser lands The James Bond of monsters, The Predator! Fred DiSanto punches his ticket to The Funhouse, and Larry Brackney finds Big Trouble in Little China, while Steve Riojas casts a spell over Meg Mucklebones from Ridley Scott’s Legend. If that weren’t enough, Paul Schiola discusses the ends and outs of kit production, Davide Decina makes his Escape From New York, and sculptor Mike Maddi begins a multi-part article on creating a stop motion figure. If that’s not enough to get you started, Yoshio Masataka models the dangerous curves of Vampirella, and of course, all the news and reviews that are fit to print!
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A Ten-Hut modelers! Tired of losing the war when it comes to modeling your kits? Then get set to be blown away by our next our explosive issue! That’s right all you resin and plastic commandos, its time to stock up on the paint and lock and load that airbrush! Next time around, AFM is strapping on the Kevlar to deliver you a bullet-riddled issue that’s armed to the teeth with articles dedicated to Pop Culture’s engagement of war! But don’t expect the usual mundane Military modeling there Sgt. Styrene, as we’re set to deliver a non stop barrage of model war mongering unlike anything you’ve ever seen! Whether it’s one by land, two by sea or three by air, the next fortified issue of AFM is going to hit you like a laser-guided bomb and blow your ass to smither-eens! So what are you waiting for Pvt. Slappy? We’re all set to storm the beaches and hopefully you’ll join us in seeking to destroy all conventional Military modeling wisdoms in a way that only AFM can!