Posts Tagged ‘heroclix’

Joe, Ian and Brad are back to discuss, unbox, test and review the Deadpool and the Mercs for Money Fast Forces set for Heroclix! Check out the review above, and check below for the uncut playtest footage: 

Joe, Ian and Brad are back, and this time they’re unboxing, reviewing and discussing the new Guardians of the Galaxy set for Heroclix. 

For the full, uncut play test footage: 

Brad and Ian are joined by special guest Rob Wade (of Emotionally14.Com) to unbox, discuss and review the DC Joker’s Wild set for Heroclix!

Brick Fury’s back with the latest Fast Forces pack: Uncanny X-Force! Featuring Deadpool, Wolverine, Cable and more!

Check out the review here: 

And full, uncut gameplay here: 

Brad, Ian and Ömer unbox, review and discuss the latest TMNT release for Heroclix!


Brad Harmer-Barnes, Ian Harmer and Ömer Ibrahim inbox, review and discuss the latest Fast Forces set for TMNT Heroclix!

Joe and Ian duke it out in this latest episode of Brick Fury! 

Ian Harmer, Brad Harmer-Barnes and Ömer Ibrahim review the new TMNT Fast Forces set for Heroclix!

Joe Crouch, Ian Harmer and Brad Harmer-Barnes return in a brand new episode of Brick Fury, discussing what the best colossal Heroclix are, and what makes them work so well.


The Devil made me do it.

Guess what series I’ve finally gotten around to watching?


I recently bought myself a really good Daredevil Heroclix, to use in an inspired, fun little squad I’ve thought of, but the model was a horrible bright red. Yeah, I know, I know, “That’s how he’s supposed to look!”. I just prefer the modern, armoured Man Without Fear from the current series, ok? If I was going to be hiding in shadows and dodging bullets I probably wouldn’t vote for bright red Lycra either, and trust me, I know a bit about wearing it.

I started out trying to replicate the crimson/black pattern that The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen wears, but soon discovered that the cool action pose, whilst making him look awesome, doesn’t lend itself to the exact style of it; Parts that are solid metal would need to be bending. Instead, I simply went with something “in the style of” the series. Pretty pleased with it. Even if I did go in blind (Sorry).


As a side note, this era of Heroclix (around “Incredible Hulk”) used a horrible shiny paint that is almost impossible to adhere other paint to. He currently has three layers of maroon on him, and it rubs off super easily, so he’s going to have to have a nice coat of varnish to hold him together. I don’t want him shiny, so I’ll probably go for a Matte (Murdock) (Sorry again).

Ömer Ibrahim is a regular contributor to Suppressing Fire and you can check out his modelling work at Can’t Sleep, Must Paint.