As promised here is part two of my review of my Kill Krazy Kommandos gang. See my last post for part one. This time I'll showcase three more males and four females. All but two of these seven figures were sculpted by me. I'll point out the metal figures when I come to them.
In the centre of the group is Wes Mosley, another non-Hispanic member of the gang. He is shouting out an insult at someone. In his right hand he holds a .44 calibre Smith and Wesson M29 Magnum revolver (counts as a Big Ass Pistol in ATZ). He also has a .44 calibre IMI Desert Eagle Big Ass Pistol in a holster on his right hip. The holster for his M29 Magnum is on his left hip and is aligned for a right hand draw. Wes is obviously right handed and not ambidextrous.
Next in line is Donna Ippolito, a lap dancer with surgically enhanced breasts and a high sex drive. For her, life is all fun and games. However, like most of the Kill Krazy Kommandos she is a nasty piece of work. She is armed with a 9mm Spectre M2 machine Pistol and a folding Knife, which she keeps in her leather jacket.
The last figure on display is a metal sculpt by Denizen Miniatures. Their range of figures are 25mm scale but that works fine for her, as I wanted her to be a 15 year old teenager, newly recruited to the gang. Her small stature fits perfectly for her role. I named her Conchita De Santo and she has dyed her normal black hair blonde. Once again, the way she was dressed made me think she'd be an ideal candidate for the Kill Krazy Kommandos. Rather than give her a pair of jeans I painted her with a pair of skin-tight striped trousers, but the trademark leather jacket and red leggings remain in place. She is armed with a 9mm Glock 17 Pistol and a Flick Knife. Incredibly, after all these years Denizen Miniatures are still going. This particular figure can be found in their sci-fi range and she is SF28 Female Adventurer with Pistol. She costs a mere £1.00.
So, there we go - 15 figures in total and I reckon they'd give anyone a damned good fight. I like the suggestion by Lord Siwoc that I should run a turf war scenario with them in a game of ATZ-FFO and it's something I'll probably do. I have plenty of gangs for them to take on and with the distraction of a zombie apocalypse, I'm sure that quite a few gangs would consider that a perfect opportunity to settle some old scores. Yes, it has to be done! Mayhem City will live up to its name. Also, the scenario should take place no later than Day 20 of the apocalypse in order to allow the cops to intervene. This would work well with multiple players. Two, three or four gangs fighting each other and a horde of zombies attracted by the gunfire and finally, a heavily armed and armoured police SWAT team sent in to clean up the mess. Sounds like a lot of fun to me!