Here is the fourth of my five posts reviewing the first Zombie Horde set of 100 28mm scale figures from Victory Force. As usual, I have grouped these 20 figures into four batches of five figures, starting with the females. Let's see what's on offer this time.
Mini 2 is like a negative version of Mini 1 - white shoes instead of black, white dress instead of black and blonde hair instead of black. She was bitten in the left cheek, upper right arm and twice in the back of her left leg.
Mini 5 has doubled up, as if in pain, which is unlikely as zombies don't usually feel pain. Her right hand is stuffed into a large hole in her stomach. I must admit that she is a very unusual sculpt.
Mixer 1, at far left, is striding forward in a pose more animated than most. He wears a blue and white sweatshirt. His hair is almost white, making him look very aged. He was bitten in the right shoulder, has two cuts to the right side of his head and a bite wound to the left side of his torso.
Mixer 2 has been savagely attacked on his left side. He was shot in the heart, had his left arm severed at the shoulder and was bitten in the outer side of his left thigh and in his lower left leg.
Mixer 4, along with Mixers 2 and 3, wears a T-shirt. Most of the flesh from his lower legs has been chewed off.
Mixer 5 wears a lilac-coloured shirt. What makes him stand out from the crowd is his prosthetic lower right leg, which is extremely rare to see on a miniature figure. He died of blood loss and shock when his right arm was ripped apart and severed at the elbow.
At the far left, T-Shirt 1 is an African/American gent wearing a plain blue-grey T-shirt over a white sweatshirt. He has been shot multiple times in the chest.
T-Shirt 2 has had his stomach ripped open and most of his internal organs removed by a bunch of flesh-hungry zombies. You can see his spine appearing at the back of his gaping wound.
T-Shirt 4 is the same figure with ahead swap and a replaced bite wound in his right leg. I honestly can't remember what the logo on his T-shirt is meant to be. I just know that I copied it from a fashion catalogue.
Judging by the T-shirt worn by the zombie at far right, he must have been a fan of DC Comics' the Flash. His right arm was chopped off, he was shot in the left side of his torso and he was bitten in both lower legs.
Walker 2 wears a military uniform from WW2, so he's probably a re-enactor. A chunk of flesh has been bitten from his left cheek.
Walker 4 is the same figure with a head swap and a repositioned right arm. He has been bitten in the right side of his face and on his right leg.
Walker 5, in his cream-coloured suit, was once an office worker. He has no obvious wounds but has blood around his mouth, neck and upper chest, indicating that he has been feeding on a victim.