Still available as a back issue though; last [quarter's] magazine featured;
* Supreme / SP Napoleonics reviewed and compared with existing figures by Ashley Needham.
* Brain Carrick studies the casein-based 'Ivorene' composition history and figures.
* OWN (Overall War Nation) production is looked at by PW's guest reporter Paul 'Stads' Stadinger.
* Lone Star provides its RAC roadside service set and figures for inspection
* Large scale cowboys from Tudor Rose courtesy of Joe Bellis.
* Daniel Morgan's 'Notes and Queries' on Herald continues with the Highland figures (real eye-candy!).
* 'What's New' includes...
- Replicants - Mounted medievals
- Publius - Figures for the Battle of Pipus Lake
- Armies in Plastic (AIP) - Loads for military elephants of the colonial period (for the supplied Schlicht elephant)
- Emhar - WWI American Infantry (I don't have much to do with new production but these look really nice)
*Alwyn Brice continues with 40mm Elastolin...who knew!
* My favourite this month - Peter Evans looks at Tim-mee clowns (which I've spent the last two months looking out for on feeBay with no luck, as I have some HK copies to compare!)
* Editorial update on Cherilea-Marx-Tibidabo spacemen.
* Reader's Letters packs an awful lot into three pages;
- Some know-it-all's sent in some Khaki Infantry stuff!
- Mathias Berthoux has contributed a timely letter on Publius to complement the above article, and ID's a Salza figure from a previous issue (which might have a connection with JSF)
- P.L. Cunha reviews his recent purchase of A Call to Arms Normans
- Andrew Pearce make an interesting point on Vietnam War figures
- Thoughts on figure production with war gaming in mind from Fred Barrett
- Notes on the PW show from Fred, Peter Spackman and Chris Owen
- Antipodean feedback from James Peter Young
* Cover images this issue are a shot of the PW compositions and a shot of the Battle of Lewes using Replicants figures from Peter Cole with a scratch-built Windmill by Daniel Morgan
All continuing to be presented in perfect technicolourfulness!