Minor update again, but at least something I've painted myself. So no more confusion. ;-)
The fellows pictured below made their first appearance in our latest Pulp game. In turn this was part of a campaign I'd scripted, taking place in the 1920s.
I cannot go into detail - since the walls have ears. Anyway, the story so far saw a team of B.O.I. agents investigating a drug-trafficking ring, which had its seeds & sources in the remote Central American banana republic of Ancuría. Following the shipments' trail back to Ancuría itself the agents were drawn into a larger conspiracy plotted by the local generalísimo. They barely escaped their own assassination with the aid of a (yet non)famous adventurer (picture centre).
We didn't take pictures of the actual game, but if you're interested I might stage a replay. Just drop me a line here.
The three chaps complement my already existing gang of city slickers, while adding a certain 'adventure style'. For my taste adventurous characters like the Not-Brendan-Fraser just look out of place when put on an urban base. So I decided to give them a somewhat generic outdoor basing. A few other miniatures that showed up as supernumeraries in the first scenarios are still to be based properly. I will post them here as soon as possible.
Painted August 2009 to January 2010. Models (first photo, left to right) by Wargames Foundry, Copplestone Castings and Pulp Miniatures.