Review of Cyberpunk Red Miniatures by Monster Fight Club

Review of Cyberpunk Red Miniatures by Monster Fight Club

In this Review, I take a look at the Monster Crew Miniatures Set by Monster Fight Club. These Cyberpunk Red miniatures are great for miniatures games and Role Playing Games. If you want to play in a Cyberpunk world, check these figures out. In this review, I discuss five miniatures from the range, the challenges I had in building them and show a scale comparison image too.

My YouTube Video looking at the Monster Crew Miniatures by Monster Fight Club.

On top of that, you will see how these miniatures were painted by an expert commission painter. These figures were painted by Drew Claessens. Photographs of the painted figures are also by him.

These miniatures are currently exclusive to the Monster Fight Club website (links below), but it looks like a miniatures skirmish game is in the works to go along with their Cyberpunk Red miniatures. For now, they are purpose built for the Cyberpunk Red RPG game and they may also be used in your miniatures agnostic games provided they match the scale of your other minis.

Before finishing my review, I want to state that although Monster Fight Club sent me the miniatures, in no other way was I compensated for this review. I reserve the right to give a positive or negative review. That said, this description does contain affiliate links (like the one above). If you use them to buy something from Amazon or DriveThruRPG, you help support Must Contain Minis at no extra cost to you. Win-Win!

Table of Contents

As with all of my reviews, my main aim is let you know more about the product so you can make a more informed decision on how you spend your hobby dollars. Here is the contents of this video for easy navigation.

  • 0:00​ Introduction
  • 1:00​ Team Monster
  • 1:43​ Start of review
  • 3:50​ Discussion of the Commission Painter
  • 4:11​ A closer look at the five miniatures
  • 5:41​ Scale comparison of the miniatures (Monster Fight Club’s Cyberpunk Red vs GW’s Warhammer 40K vs Warlord Games’ Bolt Action vs RAFM’s 32mm Modern Day Heroes vs 32mm Reaper Miniatures)
  • 6:22​ Summary

These are really nice miniatures. I could see them easily being used for the upcoming Cyberpunk Red Combat Zone, and also games like Zona Alfa and Reality’s Edge. Being that they are on the larger side of miniatures, I wonder how they would measure up to miniatures by Atomic Mass Games for Marvel Crisis Protocol. I also wonder if they would scale up nicely with Batman miniatures. Unfortunately, I don’t have any of those miniatures for scale comparison purposes.

Being that Monster Fight Club has teased an upcoming miniatures game, perhaps just buy these Monster Fight Club miniatures and don’t worry about their scale with other ranges. Now, let’s go to those links. Remember, if you use an affiliate link, you are helping me out and encouraging me to produce more content.

Cyberpunk Red Miniatures Affiliate Links…

Links to the Commission Painter…

If you are interested in contacting Andrew for work, you can reach him either through Forbes Hobbies or his Carpentry and Renovations business.

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