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A project to release a complete set of miniatures for the Hell On Earth post-apocalyptic setting at the same time as the printed book!
Created by

Jim Searcy

322 backers pledged $50,000 to help bring this project to life.

Current Status Report

Hi gang,  

So we've gotten word from Reaper that they hope to ship the miniatures within two weeks, but if they don't make that window, they will be shipping nothing but their own Kickstarter rewards for the last half of June, and our shipment will be delayed until the first part of July. We're all hoping they make that two week shipping.

Once the miniatures arrive, Studio 2 has everything prepared to begin fulfilling our own rewards, and we expect to have all the rewards shipped within one week after the minis arrive. That's pretty amazing given everything we have to get out, but all that work on the new warehousing and shipping systems have really paid off. 

Keep your fingers crossed that Reaper makes the two week window, and if they do, your minis made be headed your way before the end of the month!

Clint (on behalf of Studio 2)


    1. Creator Godfather Punk on June 4, 2013

      The Bones should still be at sea for a couple of weeks, so while Reaper is waiting for those let's hope for a speedy Reckoning :^)

    2. Creator Nick Poulimas on June 4, 2013

      Thanks for the heads up Clint. Looking forward to painting the minis and running Hell on Earth at the local conventions.

    3. Creator Dewbakuk on June 4, 2013

      Well it's good to hear there might be some progress but I have to say I'm disapointed by the way this has progressed. I'm a contract caster and produce the figures for several well known miniature ranges in the UK. If we failed to fulfill our casting obligations at the level Reaper has we'd be out of business, companies would have just gone to other people. I know they're busy with their bones range etc but so are we, we've been turning work away because we are too busy to meet the time frames, which is the right thing to do, not string companies along indefinately.

    4. Creator Octavio Arango on June 4, 2013

      Seeing how fast they shipped the first part of Bones, I think there's a good chance we'll see the shipments start on time. Fingers crossed!