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#63 "MVPA, The One That Worked, Iron Maiden"

By: Ampersand Publishing

Type: Magazine

Product Line: Military Miniatures in Review Magazine

MSRP $9.95

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#63 "MVPA, The One That Worked, Iron Maiden"
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Military Miniatures in Review is an 80-page, full color magazine that showcases and promotes the world of scale armor modeling. MMiR was the very first publication produced by Ampersand.

More than "just a magazine," MMiR is presented in a journal style and is a high-quality perfect bound book that is made to last. Printed on glossy art paper, each issue is more like a book than a periodical.

In addition to fully developed step-by-step articles on building tanks, figures and vehicles, regular features include new product announcements, book reviews, figure reviews. Oh—and it's pretty funny most of the time, too.

  • Give it a Sho’t!: The AFV Club IDF Sho’t Kal Gimel 1982
  • MVPA: Visiting a first class military vehicle event.
  • The Tamiya Mark IV: The One That Worked.
  • Iron Maiden: Takom’s manly new Mk.IV Female.
  • A Bridge Too Cool: Creating a different kind of diorama to display the AB 40 armored rail car.
  • Little Big Tank: The AFV Club Sturmtiger.
  • Freight Haul in the French Countryside: Des Kit’s Federal Tractor-Trailer combination.
  • Easy Rider: Tasca Zündapp KS 750 w/Sidecar in 1/24th scale.
  • Polish Lancer, Sherman IC Firefly: Making sense of the Tasca/Asuka kit.
  • T is for Trumpeter: Their T-72 is yet another winner.
  • Mini-Men: The usual peek at what’s new on thefigure front.
  • Model Citizen: WWI German Stormtrooper. The Jon Smith Modellbau figure with an Alpine head.
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