Useful Zombie links if anyone knows of any other useful links then by all means please comment at the bottom.
Pendraken Miniatures do both Survivors and Zombies.
Left picture. SFZ1 Zombies, walking.
Right picture. SFZ2 Zombies, standing.
Left picture. SFZ3 Zombies, crawling.
Right picture. SFZ4 Zombies, women and child.
Left picture. SFZ5 Zombie dogs.
Right picture. SFZ6 Survivors.
Left picture. SFZ7 Assorted cars (x10) Colours/style may vary.
Right picture. SFZ8 Assorted buses (x3) Colours/style may vary.
Zombies Army Pack 60 x assorted Zombies and dogs, 25 x Survivors
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