Even though the kickstarter is complete, Raging Heroes has produced the one thing that many of us gamers have wanted to see for a long time. Some girls ready to kick some butt.

Apparently this project was funded in about 30 seconds. There is obviously a huge demand for these models, and I look forward to seeing the entire model line, as there is some serious talent here.

For more, please follow the link
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/loudnraging/raging-heroes-the-toughest-girls-of-the-galaxy


15 Comments:

  1. Fantastic line of miniatures!

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  2. Yeah. I went in for 8 heroines. Seriously nice sculpts. More like toughest grrrls ;)

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  3. I hope they add a new faction or 2, some varients on their preying mantis models would be awesome to use as Daemonettes

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  4. Yes! Somehow Gamesworkshop dropped the ball on women in 40k.

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    1. You don't say!
      Loads of these models fit very well into the Imperial Guard though. (Which based on the fluff is supposed to be gender neutral.)

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  5. I'm really glad to see this Kickstarter go well, I've long liked Raging Heroes although most of their products haven't been what I needed, but I did pick up a Sci-Fi Asharah for a future Dark Eldar army I plan to pursue and it's great.

    While I don't particularly have a use for these models, I was holding out hope it would succeed because their planned futuristic female paladin kickstarter sounds more my sort of thing, hoping they will make a good "Sisterhood of Combat" army.

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  6. Would these even work for 40k? Because some of these models are amazing. Never made sense why the only human women that fight in the imperium are crazy clerics.

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    1. There are plenty of female imperial guardsmen in the black library novels (even entirely female regiments).

      They just dont have any miniatures.

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    2. Yes, they would. They have a line of stuff in 28mm(GW's scale). I bought a box of their "Mantis Warriors" and mounted them on GW slotta bases and use them as Daemonettes. They're far sexier than GW's current plastic kit, which is such a disappointment compared to Juan Diaz's metal Daemonettes.

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  7. Nafka, the kickstarter is still ongoing, it is just guaranteed to happen. You can still pledge and join.

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  8. I like the heavily armored model, but the rest are too "Heavy Metal Album" for me. I'd like some one to make female minis that look like female soldiers, not comic book super heroes with absurd breasts and tiny waists. I think Fit and Feminist put it best with her article "Pop culture needs more Briennes of Tarth"
    http://fitandfeminist.wordpress.com/2013/05/08/pop-culture-needs-more-briennes-of-tarth/

    Also its a minor gripe, but its annoying that its "The Toughest Girls in the Galaxy," its infantilizing to refer to grown women as girls.

    /feminist complaints

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    1. From what I've seen, it's mainly the Jailbirds faction that are guilty of this design - the Kurganova and Iron Empire factions seem a bit more sensibly dressed.

      Having said that, in agreement with the OP X3

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  9. I'm using the Kurganova ladies as the Commissariat leaders of my Sisters of Battle army, planning to use the Kurganova troops as sergeants in my regular Sisters squads. The models are fantastic-- take a look! Back it and I will get more freebies! Whee!

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  10. i wish i had the 250 to get in on it but looks like i will have to buy them piece meal at retail, the teck priest girl and servator are awesome

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