Some very familiar poses here, having been converting my Poundland sourced versions of these twelve poses of 36mm figures over the last few weeks.
One difference in this Combat Mission 100 Soldiers bag is the mixture of green and pale red figures, which are almost tan brown colour compared to the Poundland deeper red version. This gives effectively two small armies or units in one bag, the familiar modern “toy army men” green and tan colours, rather than one colour army / soldiers per tub in Poundland.
The Combat Mission packaging is a little different from the Poundland tubs and certainly different from the stylish mixed colour figure box of Retro Toys “WW2 soldiers”, attractive packaging but not so many figures for more money! https://poundstoreplasticwarriors.wordpress.com/2017/10/26/retro-packaging/
The Combat Mission header is something fairly standard, found on previous lucky seaside hauls of 54mm figures.
Meanwhile, back at the painting bench, more 36mm pound store conversions underway …
Blogposted by Mark, Man of TIN for Pound Store Plastic Warriors, 5 December 2017.