Master Box would like to inform us about some new kits coming soon in March-April 2017 (Text supplied by MB Models): 

 

1) 35185 “Somewhere in Saigon, Vietnam War Series” - the kit relates to the period of the Vietnam War and consists of 5 figures in 1/35. The figures form the single story showing the domestic scene that could happen in any corner of Saigon at that time. Two figures show the US military men who got a short vacation and went out to the town to have fun a little bit. Vietnam military man who is busy with his personal business in free time from the service apparently is talking to them and he offers to the Americans to spend time pleasantly with his two Vietnam female friends.

  Despite simplicity of the story the scene looks very vivid, the figures are animated greatly and they interact with each other very well. And this kit can both brighten up the diorama with the use of models of techniques greatly and it can serve as the basis for creating mini-diorama. Also we would like to emphasize that the figures in this kit can be used not only in the view offered by the manufacturer, but also separately, in any combination, at modeller’s choice.

  

2) 35188 "Indian Wars Series, kit No. 1. Apache Attack" - the kit continues the series of the figures in 1/35 scale dedicated to the period of history of the USA of the XIXth century and relates to the time of so-called “Indian Wars”. The kit includes parts for the assembly of two figures of Apaches - one figure of mounted warrior and one figure of pedestrian warrior. Both Apaches are armed with the rifles. The poses of the figures are very dynamic, the figures interact with each other greatly. The kit allows creating both an independent diorama and also more large-scale diorama with the use of the figures from 35192 kit or with the use of the figures from 35191 kit that is planned for the release.

  The kit is filled with the bright emotion, the figures are united by the single story and they are animated very well. We would like to emphasize also that both figures can be used one by one, at the same time each figure has so bright expression that it allows seeing the whole story even in the single figure.

3) 35192 "Indian Wars Series, kit No. 2. Tomahawk Charge" - the kit continues the series of the figures in 1/35 scale dedicated to the period of history of the USA of the XIXth century and relates to the time of so-called “Indian Wars”. The kit includes parts for the assembly of two figures of Indian warriors - one figure of mounted warrior and one figure of pedestrian warrior. Both warriors are armed with cold steel, with so-called tomahawk and fighting-stick, at the same time mounted warrior has both variants of this weapon at modeller’s choice. The poses of the figures are very dynamic, the figures interact with each other greatly. The kit allows creating both an independent diorama and also more large-scale diorama with the use of the figures from 35188 kit or with the use of the figures from 35191 kit that is planned for the release. We would like to note that the appearance of the figures is done rather universal and the modeller can add features to the figures that are inherent for concrete tribe of Indians of plains – the Comanche, the Navajo etc. with the help of painting.

  The kit is filled with the bright emotion, the figures are united by the single story and they are animated very well. We would like to emphasize also that both figures can be used one by one, at the same time each figure has so bright expression that it allows seeing the whole story even in single figure.