It's been said that when a mini painter has run out of minis to paint he will die.
If that's true, this photo is proof that I am now Immortal.
Last night I got home from work to find this in my house. I knew it was in transit, but I really wasn't expecting it, since it was a national holiday, and the postal service doesn't deliver. They must've used FedEx or UPS.
I bought a handful of add on minis, but the biggest was Narthrax. (in the open box picture above you can see I was overeager, and opened his bag before I thought to take a photo)
Upon first inspection I thought they'd modified their plastic recipe. Several miniatures seemed more resistant to moving & bending. This wasn't consistent throughout the box though. Some, like the mummies, even seemed bendier than other Bones minis I experienced. Mold lines were hit-or-miss. Most of the models seemed alright with a few exceptions: the dragon hatchling minis lack almost all detail, and the Dub Bullock mini looks like the molds were a bit offset. Overall these are small nitpicks on what is a decent product.
I'm sure you'll see more of these minis in the future.