Issue 2 was delayed by some printer issues, but it is already shipping to subscribers. The lineup for Issue 2 includes:
Curtis Knight's scratchbuilt 1/72 Etrich Taube
Lynn Ritger's Adversary Series - P-47 vs. Bf 109
Michael Rinaldi's Panther G
Mike Kirchoff's M4A3E8 Sherman "Thunderbolt"
Jaume Ortiz' 79th Seaforth Highlander figure
Rusty Whites U.S.S. Cairo
Jeff Herne's T.I.E Interceptor
IPMS/USA Nationals Auto coverage
X-factor Armor - Panzer IV Ausf D
X-factor Air - North American P-51D Mustang
Tech Talk - Weathering Friulmodel track links
The lineup for issue three, due out in late March, includes:
Chris Sherland's 1/32 P-47D Thunderbolt. Chris gives the treatment to Hasegawa's new Thunderbolt.
Michael Rinaldi's 1/32 Macchi 200 Seatta. Pacific Coast Model's Italian fighter is the focus of Michael's attention.
Ray Peterson's 1/16 KV-1E. When 1/35 scale isn't big enough, Ray decides to attack a large-scale version of the WW2 Russian heavy tank.
Jeff Herne's 1/6 Jagdpanzer IV L/70. The editor finally proves beyond the shadow of a doubt that he has more storage space than common sense! Check out the details on Battle Ready Armor's metal monster.
Masterpiece Models' 1:1 Mars Rover. It's not exactly a kit, but Masterpiece Models replica of the Mars Rover is a spectacular representation of one of NASA's most successful projects.
Anders Heintz presents Sculpting Ivan. Ever wonder how resin figures are created? Renowned sculptor Anders Heintz takes through the step-by-step process of sculpting a figure from scratch.
Jeff Herne's 1/700 U.S.S Brooklyn. From one extreme to the other, the editor goes from huge metal tanks to small resin warships. Niko Models U.S.S. Nashville is the subject of this 1/700 warship project.
X-factor Air - Republic P-47D Thunderbolts from EAA Airventure
ModelX-tra - EuroMilitaire 2007
I'll have the Issue 4 lineup finalized in a few weeks.