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It’s finally here! Our first-ever Amazing Figure Modeler “Reader’s Choice” issue! This Special Edition of AFM showcases the winners of our Reader’s Choice contest. The year long contest invited AFM readers to submit their work for possible publication in this ground-breaking issue; and as we suspected, our talented readers responded with some of the most AMAZING model entries! The response was so strong, and the work submitted so inspiring, that issue #70 is one of the best AFMs ever!
We’ve got Monsters, Babes, Vehicles, and scratch-built wonders from cover to cover!
You will be blown away by the winning entries-- we are thrilled to throw the spotlight onto our dedicated readers-- this issue is for you, by you! It’s our way of saying thank you for your years of support! Hang tight because AFM’s “Reader’s Choice” is here!
We had so many AMAZING entries to that we could not fit them all into one issue! Because of space limitations we’ve decided to make a regular “Reader’s Corner” column where we can showcase more of our reader’s efforts. Look in upcoming issues and online for these and other reader submissions!
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The next issue of AFM is going to go down smoother than a Hi-C Ecto Cooler juice pack as we MacGyver our way into an ‘80s, movie-themed frame of mind! So, turn off the MTV and let’s all hop into a DeLorean sporting ridiculous hairstyles and acid-washed jeans on our way back in time to a long lost Era! Our Epic Eighties salute starts off with a trip to the underworld marshes of Legend for an encounter with Dimensional Designs’ evil Swamp Hag, Meg Mucklebones. Next, hitch a ride to the Heavens with Black Heart Models’ micro-scaled Predator and his ultra-slick Planetary Orbital Drone Space Craft, then, it’s Carnival-themed horror all the way with Gillman’s Fun House Freak bust. The carefree ‘80s was a well-known era for Slasher Films, and we’ll show some of the best in a blood-smeared gallery that’s not for the squeamish. Blade Runner gets replicated, and we’ll even have a mini-John Carpenter tribute with three more epic how-to articles on the acclaimed Horror Director’s classics The Thing, Escape From New York and Big Trouble in Little China. We pity the fools who can’t appreciate ‘80s inspired movie model magic! All of this, plus a whole lot more modeling goodness that we know “You’d buy it for a Dollar!” can be expected in the next Totally Bitchin’ issue of AFM #71!