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October 22, 2019 1 min read

After the success of last year's editions, we're back with a new one. Meet the 2019 Halloween Collector miniature:

We hope you like him as much as we do! 

" How do I get this model? "

The only way to get this model will be within our Halloween Exclusive Packs here!

Here's one of last year's exclusive packs:

Previous years models... painted!

We thought you might like to see the previous years models, here they are:

Halloween Harry by Lindsey Whimsy's Geekery:


Halloween Kwapek by Painting Planet:

 

More Halloween Collectors coming up: the Day of The Dead Nuns!

Another very awaited limited release: a full unit of our famous Daughters of a Crucible in a Day Of The Dead very special edition. Stay tuned for the release, details here.


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