The latest news from Valiant Wings looks set to get British hearts racing! Next up from Valiant Wings come the Hornet and Sea Hornet in what promises to be the most comprehensive reference yet on de Havilland's ultimate twin piston-engined fighters.
Published recently by Fonthill Media, author Jason Moore takes a detailed look at arguably the most famous ground attack aircraft of all time - the Ilyushin Il-2 Sturmovik.
Fonthill Media have sent us details of what looks something of a must for naval aviation enthusiasts. Paint Locker Magic looks at US Navy markings and nose-art from the earliest days to the present day.
Arma Hobby have published today photos of the first test-shots build of the 1:72 TS-11 Iskra. See what we can expect in the box.
Doomed to be forever overshadowed by its illustrious successor, the Lancaster, the story of the Manchester remains one of the most fascinating sagas in the history of Britain's WW2 bombing effort. Fonthill Media have sent us details of what promises to be the definitive study of this ill-starred aircraft.
NH Detail have sent us information about their latest photo-etched upgrades. The new sets are designed for Modelsvit's kit of the classic Cold-War amphibian - the Be-12.
Attack Squadron have prepared few resin improvent sets for combat airplane model kits in two popular scales. See below what's in the line-up.
September's winners have been chosen.
Maurizio Amelotti has sent us photos of three new releases in 1/32 scale.
Judy Crandall has sent us details of Brett Green's latest book, this time devoted to Tamiya's gorgeous new largescale Mossie. It's available now from Eagle Editions, along with their new decal sheets for the Mosquito in a range of scales.
Revell USA have sent us details of a really welcome re-release. Monogram's mammoth quarterscale kit of the Superfortress first appeared in the 1970s and is still the only game in town for anyone wanting to model this iconic aircraft in this scale.
Arma Hobby have sent us details of Attack Squadron's latest upgrade sets and a full resin kit.
Arma Hobby have sent us details of Attack Squadron's forthcoming 1:48 Grumman F2F-1. The highly detailed mixed-media kit can be pre-ordered now for delivery at the end of this month.
Valiant Wings have announced a revised edition of their popular study of the Hawker Typhoon. The second edition will include a wealth of new content.
ICM have sent us CAD renders of their forthcoming quarterscale Chaika. The kit is due for release later this year.
Voting for September's contest is now underway!
North Star have released shots of their 1:72 Tu-22 M3 Boarding Ladders. I think it's safe to say this won't be a kit for anyone clumsy or impatient, but the results should be simply amazing in skilled hands!
Caraktère - Presse & Editions have sent us details of the latest issue of Aérojournal. This French-language publication is packed with interesting material, with carefully chosen photos and specially commissioned artwork.
Roden are set to release a pair of 1:144 kits of classic airliners that span the decades from the '50s through to the '80s. Bristol's "Whispering Giant", the Britannia, was among the ultimate prop-driven types at the dawn of the jet age, while ‘Caesar’s Chariot’ represented the ultimate in touring luxury for Led Zeppilin and others.
Glen Coleman has sent us build photos of Kitty Hawk's forthcoming largescale Vought OS2U. The highly detailed kit features floats and conventional landing gear, along with pre-war and wartime marking options.
Judy Crandall has sent us details of the latest release from EagleCals - the Mosquito FB Mk VI. Timed perfectly of course for Tamiya's new masterpiece, the decals will also be available in 1:72 and 1:48.
Thanks to Luciano Satornetti for an sending us an update from Airfix on their exciting new quarterscale Meatbox. Included are photos of the first test shots.
Due from Airfix next year is an impressive new-tool Nakajima B5N1 in 1:72. Luciano Satornetti has sent us the report.
Luciano Satornetti has spotted a real gem scheduled for release by Airfix next year! The new-tool P-40B should be an instant hit worldwide.