Here in Canada it's Thanksgiving today, in the U.S. it's Columbus Day.
But even though I'm in Canada I'm going to spend my Columbus Day painting some super-patriots! Pulp City is a superhero miniature game I first got interested in years ago (7 or 8 years, I can't really remember) when it first came out but it never really gained any traction with my gaming groups so I slowly moved away into other superhero game systems.
A Kickstarter was fairly recently concluded for Pulp City to launch two new Cold-War themed superteams. My buddy Ash will be working on the Soviet themed team while I will be working on the forces of the good ol' U S of A. What I really enjoy about this launch is that while many of the figures will seem familiar or may even feel like direct rip-offs of existing characters to casual comic fans the truth is most of them represent tropes or archetypes that have been used by multiple characters in multiple different comic companies over the years.
For example the team leading, shield bearing Spybreaker will immediately put most people in mind of Captain America but he's also reminiscent of Agent Liberty, Spy-Smasher and The Shield.
I just started these figs this morning but I'm hoping to finished at least one or tow of them today.