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A very unusual release has been announced thru DragonUSA.
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At this year's Shizuoka Hobby Show in Japan, DML have announced a New 1/35th scale figure set:

Once again, DML has come up with the goods in the form of (advance) images of the NEXT Generation 2 figure set - "Last Battle", Austria 1945
Dragon Models are continuing their releases program of the Premium Edition series of Armor and figures. This latest release is the 'reworking' of a recent release - their U.S. Rangers, Normandy 1944 in 1/35th scale...
Once again, Dragon Models Limimited has sent us advance images of their (April) release of the 1/35th scale set of the Hohenstaufen Division (Normandy 1944)....
We have just been sent the first images of DML's New Generation 2 figure set.... First on the web I think...
Thanks to the continued cooperation between Dragon Models Limited and Armorama we are able to announce the Figure lists from Dragon's 2006 catalogue...

Please Note: If experience has taught us one thing, there will be many more (unnanounced) figure releases throughout the year....
The last few months have seen a rapid release program from DML in all areas. One of the most noteworthy, has ubdoubtedly been th introduction of a different 'dimension' of 1/35th scale figures - Generation II. The difference between these and any other figures on the market is abysmal - the new figure sets are undoubtedly the best ever produced in 1/35th. Now, Dragon Models has, via its subsidiary DragonUSA announced the latest set....
It is truly amazing the speed of these new releases. Only a few days ago, I was covering the news of the third of the amazing Generation II Figure Sets from Dragon Models, now the fourth has been announced...
Very little to add from the previous story on this interesting new release - the real story is in the images...
A few months ago, the (plastic) figures market was thrown into a spin with the release of a totally new concept in 1/35th scale - Dragon Models' 'Generation Two' figure sets. Now, comes news of the third....
A month or two there was a major 'frisson' when DML announced their first 'Generation II' figure set. Now comes news of their second 'Gen II' Figure set...
When DML brought out kits like their new Tigers it was considered the next 'evolutionary step in armor modelling. Now it seems as if a similar revolution is underway with their figures..
DML has released just the one new figure set for July 2005. Unsurprisingly it is a set of Wehrmacht figures.
There has been a lot of praise and criticism (in equal measure) heaped upon Dragon Models Limited for their release policy. It has seemed, from where I have been sitting, that I was unable to publish a news story on their recent releases without a flurry of comments. The majority constructive, but some going a little further... With the release of this new set, Allied, and in particular U.S. Army Modellers, should find this new release absolutely invaluable...
As DML announces the latest imminent figure release, I can hear Allied modellers give a good hearty cheer. DML's latest 1/35 figure, announced on May 5, 2005, is indeed an Allied set which will compliment, among others, DML's forthcoming Shermans.
Dragon USA announced the following new release on May 10, 2005. The set will clearly compliment the recently announced DML "88" (although I'm sure it'll suit the newly announced AFV Club Flak 18 just as well!).
Here is the list of DML's FUTURE releases. It is worth noting that these are in the recently published 2005 catalogue - whether or not they appear this year is (as always) open to question...
Previously announced, but no images have been available up until now, these new releases seem to indicate (if the first set are anything to go by) a marked improvement in the quality of the new Dragon Figure sets.
Previously announced and and long awaited, Dragon's new British Infantry set looks (at least on first examination) well worth the wait...
Dragon has just released yet another figure set in their Normandy Campaign WWII 60th Anniversary series. This is another set of US. Army soldiers: Anti-Tank Team (set 6237).
Another little surprise from Dragon, continuing their D-Day theme (albeit somewhat later than planned), DRA6235 is a set of U.S. Rangers..
Announced, but up until now, no images have been seen of this new figure set from Dragon...
Two of Dragon's new figure sets should be available now. Both German, both from very different periods...
Finally I have been able to track down some of the images of the new Dragon
S.A.S. Troopers.
Although announced a while ago, I am pleased to be able to bring some of the first images of Dragon's New Release, 6198 U.S. Army Support Weapon Team....