Disney's Zorro television show from the late 50's starring Guy Williams is an absolute favorite of mine. When I came across these brilliant figures from Boot Hill Miniatures (Malamute on the LAF) I had to pick them up. When attending and running a few games at this years Historicon event was still in the cards, a Zorro game was right at the top of my possible choices to do.
I went back and forth on that idea for quite a while, but didn't want to pigeon hole the figures and buildings into one game - especially when I know that the buildings can be used in several other genres/games.
This is such a great pose and really reminds me more of the Anthony Hopkins version of Zorro from the movie The Mask Of Zorro than Guy Williams.
I really like the details of the hat.
Next up are the mounted versions of Capitan Monastario and Sgt. Garcia.
Again, some really nice details on the Capitan's jacket as well as the swords.
And the dismounted versions - Sgt. Garcia's pot belly is a perfect likeness!
A couple of guards.
You can't have a Zorro scenario without some helpful priests - these two are actually from Warlord Games.
These four peons are probably my favorites ofthe whole lot. I need to pick up the rest of the line too, the female civilians and the mariachi band - soon :)
I also grabbed a few casualty figures, even though they are actually Mexican Army figures - the hats don't match the other figures.
And a non-hobby photo - we've been overrun by baby rabbits around the farm this year. I caught this little guy checking out the inside of the barn the other day when I was taking the horses out :)
More walkers from TWD All Out War on deck next, with my first ever attempt at a custom Ivor figure after I took a bath with a toaster following Liverpool's Champions League final debacle lol!
Until next time, thanks for looking!