• Copper and Bronze! Fear the Robo-Minion!

  • SCUBA-DUBA-DOO!

  • Oo! Oo! Oo! They want to be like you!

  • Oi, Sunshine! Shut it!

  • In that outfit, Lancelot Cray knew that Kitty Stroker wasn't hiding anything.

  • Solomon had to be careful or one of those Femdroids would have his eye out.

  • Darius enjoyed the Lotus position - especially at 200 M.P.H.

  • The lunchtime rush at the S.H.I.V.A. canteen was a nightmare.

  • Dr Landau impressed the other eggheads with his new cordless TV remote.

  • "'Allo, 'Allo, 'Allo! What's going on 'ere then?"

  • The only thing more expensive than jet fuel was the Daredevils' dry cleaning bill.

  • Sinbad confronted Al'Kadar before the wizard had had a chance to dry his hands!

  • Ratzi and LeBrock investigate

Female Cultists

She Sells Sanctuary

This month’s release are four new sinister female cultists. Armed with staff, club, knife and unholy tome, you don’t want to meet them upon a lonely moor. Neither should you try their meat pie at their local Women’s Institute meetings. Available for £3.50 each or £12 for all four models.

Junk

Look at our junk!

Trying to catch up with all the terrain casting this month, so two new sets released. The first are the Junk Piles. There are ten different pieces over seven sets with a bundle deal of £20 if you buy them all saving your self 20 per cent.

Also available is the Arms Dealer set. This six piece kit is a roadside stall useful for stocking up on ammo as you wander the wastelands.

Arms Dealer News

Junk Piles

Lockers-Landscape

The Monster Month of May

Lots of new releases out today! In our miniature range, the Creepers and Beast Below are on general release. Plus we have additions to the resin terrain with new furniture and post-apocalyptic scrapwall pieces now available.

Creepers

Beat Below large

Scrapwalls

Female Minions

Battle of the Sexes

April is here before you know it. That means Salute is just around the corner, so we have a bunch of new releases for the big day for you to enjoy. An evil mastermind can never have enough minions, so we’re adding eight female minions that you can tailor with three alternate heads sprues – beret, infantry cap or the obligatory hard hat.

Meanwhile you can slide across your bonnet with these two Hero Cops, ideal for leading your Lawmen into battle.

Hero Cops

We’ve still got a couple of surprises up our sleeve for the big day, so stay tuned to find out more…

Salute Floorplan 2017 LR

Salute 2017: pre-orders open

Salute is only a few weeks away. Our trade stand is TD11 and games are opposite at GD12.

http://www.salute.co.uk/salute/salute-2017/

Team Crooked are mobilising, so we will have all our new toys plus some splendid 7TV games to give you a break from your shopping.

PRE-ORDERS
I’ll take as much stock as I can, but I’d recommend placing a pre-order to guarantee your goodies. You can pay on collection so simply email me your shopping list. Or if you prefer, just order through the webstore and leave a ‘COLLECT AT SALUTE’ note when you checkout and I will refund the postage.

The eight Female Minions will be available at the show. They will be in the webstore from 01 April. It’s £20 for the eight model deal or £3 each. All models are headless with an unhelmeted head on the tab. But is you would like to add them to your Salute pre-orders – then you can find them on our dedicated Salute 2017 page.

Four alternate female head sprues are also available. Each sprue is £2 and contains four heads of either unhelmeted, beret, infantry cap or hard hat.

See you all on Saturday 22nd April!
 

New resin terrain

More crates, containers and drums!

The second wave of resin terrain releases are now in the webstore. More than a dozen of the classic Pardulon pieces are now available including skips (or dumpsters for our American cousins), oil drums, crates, containers and stacks of all of the above in various sizes. We’ve also had a restock of some of the first wave of terrain in limited numbers too.

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A couple of new products in the webstore as we stock both the Infomat and Gloriette produced by Pigeon Guard Games – perfect to support this month’s retired spies release. These detailed MDF kits provide a great objectives for  your village based games.

We have also had a restock of the Figurebitz MDF terrain, although they are selling out as quickly as I can get them in!

Gloriette large Infomat

March 17 News

The Future is here. And the future is medium density fibre.

New month, new releases. Three more miniatures this month with a new dynamic Darius leading the charge. The Man from 2000 is available with a time-warping resin base (or without if you prefer) and is accompanied by a pack of two Retired Spies. These brolly-wielding agents are also perfect for Temps from the 7TV Project Time Lift setting.

 

Plus we are also stocking some new MDF Spy-Fi terrain produced by Figurebitz. Designed by the talented Gary Robertson, there are a variety of consoles and databanks to populate your villains base or hero HQ. Easy to assemble and a bargain to boot!

 

Darius large

Figurebitz Poster

Giant Ape

Monkeying around

We are nothing if not eclectic. This month we have three different releases. First off we have the Brittanian Job – two nefarious racing drivers from the pages of the upcoming 1967 Annual. Next we have a Giant Ape, standing a mighty 50mm tall and mounted a 40mm base, he can terrorise jungles and skyscrapers alike.

New Terrain range

And last but not least, we release the first in our new 28mm, 1/50 scale resin terrain line. We are delighted to be the proud new owners of the former Pardulon range sculpted by the talented Jens Beckmann. Over the coming months we will be releasing new sections of the catalogue, plus adding new pieces from other sculptors.

So the first release is some handy scatter with a sci-fi theme – crates and barrels to populate your cargo holds and docking bay from this side of the galaxy to the next. There are nine new pieces available – sculpted by Jens, Ernst Veingart and Andre Chiquette.

Cargo-Bay-News

Moving On

Moving on

Co-founder of Crooked Dice Graeme Dawson has decided it’s time to move on. It’s an amicable split so Graeme is now free to work on his solo album and see other people. Karl will now have the top floor of Crooked Towers all to himself – so he may finally take down Graeme’s signed photo of Bob Holness.

But never fear, miniature and rules production will continue uninterrupted, with new lead releases and 7TV second edition rules coming thick and fast. You may notice one change to the catalogue, as the Future Freedom Fighters and Federated Security ranges will be finding a new home with Graeme as he sets up his own new venture. In the meantime you can still get them by contacting Graeme at: info@beastinthebroch.com

So we want to wish Graeme every happiness for the future and a massive thank you for shaping the company, rules and 7TV community over the last decade.