Thursday, February 25, 2010

Dangerous Dames.....with names like Uschi and Gretta and so on....

Here are some companions for the Mysterious Metal Headed-Nazi(I think that name is gonna catch on). These are the She-Wolves from Pulp Figures.

Ilsa is distracted by strudel off in the distance.


The ladies await orders. Ilsa sees more strudel.

This picture reminds me of the time in high school when a buddy of mine wanted to go on a date with this girl but she wouldn't go out with him unless he found a date for her best friend with the "good personality" who was "a lot of fun". Needless to say I ended up with the girl on the right.....oh but neither of those girls were part of the SS.

Uber Hitler goes in for what's called a "Mechanized Deuce Goose"
"Diese Sind einige feine Eselsweibchen!"

5 comments:

  1. I do like the painting (esp the rifle toting 'best friend') and love the robotic Hitler but I have always had a problem with the idea of Hitler / SS / Gestapo type figures for pulp games (though love the Indy films). Maybe it comes from watching the World at War series as a youngster?

    It strange as I used to field German armies at 1/72 and 1/285 scale - maybe its too personal at 25mm?

    Can I ask where the robotic Hitler came from?

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  2. The Robot Hitler is from the Superfigs line that you can get from Old Glory. I think the figure is called "The Head". It comes with two head options.
    I get what you mean about Nazis in pulp. I think it's a personal preference I guess. I think these are fun villians for an "Indy" type scenarios or for the US Rocket Corps though.
    Mongo

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  3. "oh but neither of those girls were part of the SS."

    Or were they...

    You need to borrow my Airboy trades so see the German Sky Maidens in action. Valkyrie HUBBA HUBBA

    http://www.davestevens.com/img/art/zoom/airboy_print.jpg

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  4. "You need to borrow my Airboy trades so see the German Sky Maidens in action. Valkyrie HUBBA HUBBA"

    You need to stop telling me what to do.

    Mongo

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