Is no posible to speak about Frank Frazzeta without thinking in his legend, his paintings defined what nowadays is known as epic fantasy or sword & sorcery. Every one of his pictures has been highly reproduced as covers, poster and several other formats and is, without any doubt, the most influential ilustrator of the XX century. The consequences of his artwork is seen as inpiration in a lot of illustrators and their works.

A couple of weeks ago Killbox games began a crowdfunding campaign, to launch a bunch of figures based in the most iconical illustrator’s work, Frank Frazetta, with all licenses and permisions. It has been a bit harsh to get the funding amount, but several days ago, they trespassed it and are now going to the second add on to unlock.

Link to the campaign

From the beggining they had three models: Vampire Queen, Death Dealer and Wereworlf vs the Count

Every one and, presumibly, the next ones to unlock, come in thre formats: individual figure in resin whitout base or scene, resin figure with scene and pewter figure with scene and ready to be displayed.

The contribution levels are:

1.- Contribute with 1 CA$ (±0.70€): That level gives you access to add-ons and buy once the campaign has passed. Freebies not included.

2.- Contribute with 10 CA$ (±7€): In that level you buy the resin Vampire Queen without scene, plastic base included. Freebies not included.

3.- Contribute with 10 CA$ (±7€): In that level you buy the resin Werewolf without scene, plastic base included. Freebies not included.

4.- Contribute with 20 CA$ (±14€): In that level you buy the resin Vampire Queen with scene. Freebies not included.

5.- Contribute with 25 CA$ (±17,5€): In that level you buy the resin Death Dealer without scene, plastic base included. Freebies not included.

6.- Contribute with 35 CA$ (±24,5€): In that level you buy the resin Vampire Queen, Werewolf y Death Dealer without scene, plastic base included. Includes the Freebies.

7.- Contribute with 35 CA$ (±24,5€): In that level you buy the resin Death Dealer with scene. Freebies not included.

8.- Contribute with 35 CA$ (±24,5€): In that level you buy the resin Werewolf vs the Count with scene. Freebies not included.

9.- Contribute with 60 CA$ (±42€): In that level you buy the pewter Vampire Queen ready to be displayed with scene. Freebies not included.

10.- Contribute with 70 CA$ (±49€): In that level you buy the resin Vampire Queen, Werewolf y Death Dealer with scene. Includes the Freebies.

11.- Contribute with 130 CA$ (±91€): In that level you buy the pewter Death Dealer ready to be displayed with scene. Freebies not included.

12.- Contribute with 130 CA$ (±91€): In that level you buy the pewter Werewolf vs the Count ready to be displayed with scene. Freebies not included.

13.- Contribute with 275 CA$ (±192,5€): In that level you buy the pewter Vampire Queen, Werewolf y Death Dealer ready to be displayed with scene. Includes the Freebies.

There are several freebies Stretch Goals unlockable:

The problem that i see to that, is that to get the whole freebies you have to buy the pack of the figures and not the total pledge amount.

There are several add ons to be unlocked, they are figures based in the Frazetta’s work:

All representations of the most well known illustrations of the master.

By the moment they only unlocked the first of all, the Alien Princess and there are 4 ways to get it:

Alone Alien Princes for 10 CA$ (±7€) individual figure without The Martian or scene, with a plastic base.

Alone The Martian for 10 CA$ (±7€) individual figure without Alien Princess or scene, with a plastic base.

Alien Princess y The Martian vignette for 30CA$ (±21€) made of resin and with scene.

Alien Princess y The Martian vignette for 90CA$ (±63€) made of pewter and with scene ready for display.

All material is planned to delivery in june 2017, the sending fees are not calculed but they are gonna make them as friendly as posible.

To end, a good campaign with a good sculpture level of the miniatures, having in mind the small size of them. Some of us have ever dreamed in that this illustrations transform into figures, and now, it is a real thing.