All the pledge tiers are for full-colour physical miniatures in various quantities. At the higher levels, you can get bonuses like glowing minis.
Due out at the end of the year after a collaboration between Sideshow and Iron Studios are a series of absolutely adorable Lord of the Rings models.
MightyJaxx makes models and has licensing deals with the likes of Hasbro, DC, Warner, and Nickelodeon. They're also working with Toei Animation on a big new One Piece range.
Marvel's Carnage isn't the only exclusive or limited edition that Pop In A Box has secured.
We've seen Kickstarter campaigns for some gaming minis earn tens and sometimes hundreds of thousands. How much do you think one would earn if it offered STL files for people who own 3D printers to use?
The starter set (a choice of name which implies more sets to come) includes four of those tanks, six custom dice, tank cards, terrain and tokens as well as crew, equipment and damage cards.
I've not played Blood Bowl in an age, but I've still long been tempted by having an undead team for a tournament. Yeah, I know, they're terrible to begin with but just get better and better.
Fog Monster 2 is a smoke machine that's built into gaming tiles. It'll turn your gaming den, if you have one, into a kick-ass mini-movie set.
In response to Covid-cancellations, and as a way to sell those models previously exclusive to the conventions, Funko has - just now - opened Funko Virtual Con.
Privateer Press is on Kickstarter with a miniatures game that recycles troops, so the skirmish never becomes a dreary battle of attrition and which uses portals to plonk your heroes down into the thick of the action.