Tuesday, June 28, 2016

EM-4 Miniatures

I was cruising the internet a while back, searching for sci-fi miniatures.  One company popped up that I've never had dealings with called EM-4 Miniatures (http://www.em4miniatures.com/).  Their prices were really inexpensive yet the miniatures appeared to be quite detailed and well proportioned.  I read some good reviews, even from someone that ordered directly from them to the United States.  So I took a gamble and ordered some of their plastic unpainted near future minis and hoped for the best.  

Well, today they arrived and I have to say, I'm impressed.  For starters, I placed my order on June 18th and today is June 28th; I received a package from across the Atlantic Ocean in less time than I've received things in the US from a couple states away.  Secondly, 15 plastic miniatures for approximately $17 (probably less now thanks to the whole Brexit scenario).  Thirdly, these little sci-fi guys have a nostalgic look to them, reminding me of the old Rogue Trader game.  Fourthly, they snap together, like without glue, although obviously I will glue them later its neat being able to assemble them so easily and how interchangeable all their pieces are.

Without further ado, here are some pictures....

These are the Troopers.

The characterful Gangers.

The retro-looking Space Rangers.

Snapped together the Space Rangers.  They come with three heavy/special weapons and four standard rifles, so you could decide what load-out to outfit them with.  I'm going to try to leave their weapons interchangeable if possible.  Their leader guy has sword, pistol, and nice shades.

The Troopers; two rifleman, two pistoliers, and a leader guy with pistol/knife combo.

The Gangers are a characterful bunch.  There are two pistol/knife combo arms, a pistolier, two rifle arms, and a shotgun.  I'm not sure what is going on with the girl with the flowing braid and ridiculously long feather off her head, but it screams retro sci-fi.

Here we have an Infinity Haqqislam, the EM-4 Space Ranger leader, a Deadzone Enforcer, and a Reaper Bones IMEF soldier.  Proportionately the Space Rangers should fit in quite well.

Then the EM-4 Trooper leader, a Sedition Wars Vanguard, EM-4 Ganger, and a Reaper Bones Chronoscope figure.

Here is a group shot to show scales.


  1. I totally agree with your assessment, my experience was identical with EM-4 Miniatures...highly recommend them

  2. They are certainly worth buying to see what they're like, very reasonably priced.