Friday, 4 July 2014

Fist Full of Kung Fu: Yakuza

I am sorry that I haven't posted much recently but I have been a bit under the weather. I am on the mend now and I wanted to kick off with these- Dixon Miniatures Yakuza gangsters I painted up principally to play Fist Full of Kung Fu, but I can see these bad guys getting a lot of use for many settings, such as hired thugs for the Jade Oni in Pulp City or battling suave British intelligence officers in SpyFi 7TV.

I bought these cheep in a bargain bucket at the Wolverhampton wargaming show...£6 for all 8! It would have been rude not to buy them. They are fairly simple 'old fashioned' sculpts compared to the new ones by North Star (the official ones for Fist Full of Kung Fu) but then again they are £17.50 for 7, so I got a bargain. Wargames Foundry makes some nice ones too, but they are £12 for 6, so I still got a good deal- but I do like their sumo wrestler body guard!

My Yakuza are a bit more colourful than the traditional black suited bad guy, but that's because sometimes I like to go a bit bright to jolly my mood up a bit. I think the will look smart with my Kiss Kiss Bang Bang figures, and if I do any more I will use some of the Foundry or North star guys and do those in the sharp suits, and use these Dixon ones as street level thugs.

Gang Boss (Oyabun)
Couple of bad guys


Serious bad guy who likes knives. A lot.

Who brings a sword to a gun fight? These Guys. 


7 comments:

Michael Awdry said...

Superb, those tattoos are great on the boss.

Bob Kinnear said...

Very nice, can see lot's of uses for these dude.

tim said...

Nice! Love the tats on the boss-man!

Fist Full of Kung-fu is pretty high on my list of "games to play"... so many games... so little time...

Jay said...

Very nice.

styx said...

Great job!

pulpcitizen said...

Very nicely done mate and glad to see you back to blogging action. :)

Simon Quinton said...

Fantastic mate love the Tats on the boss.