At the far left of the two photos above is a flesh Golem. However, as soon as I saw it, I immediately thought, Rager! So I painted him with Citadel Rotting Flesh, the colour that I use for all of my Ragers. It helps to differentiate them from my pallid grey skinned zombies. The fact that he is running makes him a perfect candidate for the new Rager rules that have just been published in the ATZ supplement "I, Zombie." Having read up about the new Ragers I may go back to this figure and slap a load of TCR (Tamiya Clear Red) on him as most Ragers are covered in gore from when they rip their victims apart! In fact, it's something I may do to all of my Ragers. Seeing as he was meant to be Golem and not a Rager, his right arm has been sown or grafted to his body at the shoulder and his left hand has similarly been added or replaced. I turned the stitching at his right shoulder into a cut but left the hand with its stitches showing. His muscular body and running pose make him ideal for a Rager.
Next in line is the first of Four A's three zombie figures. He is dressed in a two piece suit and tie but has lost his right shoe. There is a small cut to his lower right arm. He was sculpted by Jim Bowen, as were the other two zombies and the Golem. There is nothing really outstanding about this figure but neither is there anything to dislike about him, except possibly his height if you're a scale purist, which I most certainly am not.
Moving along, is a zombie who may have been a tree cutter in his past life. He could just as easily have been a serial killer instead. You decide. He is dressed in jeans and heavy work boots and is naked from the waist up. His upper body is well muscled and he is trailing a large two-handed axe in his right hand. He certainly looks like an outdoorsman. Rather unusually, he lacks any kind of wound, which is fair enough. There is no rule that says every zombie should be covered in gory wounds. I like this figure the most out of the zombie trio.
Last in line is a possible zombie mutant. I say possible because his tongue is unfeasibly long. He wears nothing more than a pair of trousers and his bloated body is spilling over the top of them, literally so, in the case of his stomach, which has burst open! A few pus-filled spots are visible on his back, making him an ideal candidate as a minion of Nurgle. He is a revolting figure, but I don't mean that in a bad way. He has an air of decay and rot about him. I bet you could smell this guy long before you saw him!
This is a good start to a range, which I hope will grow. The figures are very reasonably priced with the three zombies costing £2.00 apiece and the Golem costing £2.50. Heightwise, these are comparable with the Griffin Miniatures range of zombies. If the size of them does not put you off then I'd say, go for them.