Our second article takes a look at one of the League of Shadows’ most feared assassins….Yang.
Buckle up for my first Advanced Song of Blades and Heroes battle report!
This is the first in a series of mini-articles focusing on the forgotten henchmen of the Batman Miniatures Game.
In this rules review I will take a look at Advanced Song of Blades and Heroes, a fast, elegant and adaptable fantasy skirmish wargame.
Christmas is fast approaching folks and for some it looks like it has come early. During the last two weeks knight models have teased images of the two crews due to be released in the suicide squad starter set. They… Continue Reading
For our third trip down Batman Miniature Game Tactics lane I’m going to take a look at one of the lesser known rules: “Let’s Go!”. This rule applies to all henchmen, but I could probably count on one hand the… Continue Reading
Apparently, one can stumble into a BMG tournament. And still have success while doing so! Last month I attended the first Phoenix Lakeland Wargames Exhibition at Rheged in Penrith, Cumbria. Initially I was there to help fellow Skirmish Wargaming Contributor… Continue Reading
Base toppers. They’re relatively new to the wargaming scene and very hip. I love scenic bases. And apparently, I’m not the only one: I’m seeing more and more gamers tempted by resin-cast bases. They add a really cool scenic element to… Continue Reading
Counter Attack Bases fills a pretty nifty niche in the wargaming market. Almost all skirmish wargames on the current market utilise tokens. With regards to Batman Miniature Game there is a need for tokens or counters to show your actions… Continue Reading
A Deep Cut Studios gaming mat is something that’s been on my wish list for quite a while. We’ve reviewed gaming mats at Skirmish Wargaming before, but I’m really excited to be bringing you a review of an urban mat sent… Continue Reading