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Rhino charges his way into Marvel: Crisis Protocol in 2023

We knew Rhino was coming to Atomic Mass GamesMarvel: Crisis Protocol but we now have a good look at the anticipated character.

Spider-Man’s foes get some support with the wanted needed powerhouse. Sinister Six anyone?

Rhino debuted in The Amazing Spider-Man #41 in 1966 and was created by Stan Lee and John Romita Jr. The character has not only been a villain and Spider-Man foe, but also a member of S.H.I.E.L.D., Secret Defenders, and the Thunderbolts. We’ll see exactly where this character winds up in the future.

Marvel: Crisis Protocol Rhino

Atomic Mass Games reveals Star Wars: Shatterpoint

There’s a new miniature game arriving in 2023 from Atomic Mass Games, Star Wars: Shatterpoint.

The tabletop game is a squad-based skirmish miniature game set in the Star Wars universe.

Currently, Atomic Mass Games makes Star Wars: Legion which is also a Star Wars miniature game that features multiple squads and characters.

Shatterpoint looks to shrink things down with a similar style to AMG’s Marvel: Crisis Protocol, their Marvel skirmish miniature game.

We’ll find out more as the game is set to arrive in the Summer of 2023.

Atomic Mass Games reveals Sentinels, a Hydra tank, and more for Marvel: Crisis Protocol

Atomic Mass Games‘ latest “Ministravaganza” was full of reveals and surprises for Marvel: Crisis Protocol. The show opened by going over the new affiliation boxes that are hitting shelves that bring together four miniatures in a box:

  • Asgardians – Thor, Valkyrie, Loki, Hela
  • Black Order – Black Dwarf, Ebony Maw, Corvus Glaive, and Proxima Midnight
  • Uncanny X-Men – Beast, Cyclops, Storm, Wolverine
  • Brotherhood of Evil Mutants – Magneto, Sabretooth, Toad, Mystique

It’s a great way to quickly pick up a faction to play with.

The show also went over upcoming releases like Malekith, Baron Strucker, the new Red Skull, and Armin Zola. As well as the new Captain America. The Zola looks even more impressive with great use of the see-through chest.

But, it was the reveals that were exciting.

Hydra scenery was shown including a tank with the Red Skull riding inside. There’s more coming for this including lasers instead of a missile pod. The missile pod can also go on the tank. The other piece of scenery is a power generator. It can all be used as an Ultimate Encounter as well! The scenario is the Red Skull riding around a tank to take over the city and he has to be stopped! This comes in the fall.

Marvel: Crisis Protocol Hydra Scenery

The long-awaited Sentinels were revealed as well. The trio has the Sentinel Prime in front and Sentinel MK IV on either side. The Prime is bigger than Dormammu. The addition has been worked on since the X-Men were announced. They are a playable roster with their own affiliation and Cassandra Nova will be a part of it. The figures are highly posable with ball swivels, all sorts of hands, and damaged parts, this set sounds amazing.

Marvel: Crisis Protocol Sentinels

Taking them on, how about some new members of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants? Pyro and the Blob, two of the classic members will be joining the game.

Also revealed was a new “Rivals” set featuring an all-new Wolverine and all-new Sabretooth battling it out.

Marvel: Crisis Protocol Rivals Wolverine and Sabretooth

The Winter Guard is coming to Marvel: Crisis Protocol

We’re a little late to the news by the Winter Guard are coming to Atomic Mass GamesMarvel: Crisis Protocol. The team is like a Russian Avengers and are often depicted as their rivals playing both allies and villains over the years. The initial release features two boxes.

The first features Ursa Major and Red Guardian. Ursa Major is a giant bear delivering some of the team’s brute strength. Red Guardian is Russia’s version of Captain America. He too features a vibranium shield that captures and enhances his abilities. Numerous individuals have donned the uniform.

Red Guardian was created by Roy Thomas and John Buscema and debuted in The Avengers #43 in 1967. Ursa Major debuted in Incredible Hulk #258 in 1981 and was created by Bill Mantlo and Sal Buscema.

The second release features Darkstar and Crimson Dynamo. Crimson Dynamo has also featured multiple individuals who have donned the suit and has generally been a rival and villain for Iron Man. Darkstar has been on all sides have worked against and with Black Widow. She wields energy from the Darkforce dimension and is able to create constructs of pure dark energy or unleash them as blasts.

Crimson Dynamo’s first appearance was in Tales of Suspense #46 in 1963 and was created by Stan Lee and Don Heck. Darkstar debuted in The Champions #7 in 1976 and was created by Tony Isabella and George Tuska.

Heimdall and Skurge are coming to Marvel: Crisis Protocol

Asgardians are getting some new warriors to head into battle with as Heimdall and Skurge are coming to Atomic Mass GamesMarvel: Crisis Protocol.

Heimdall is an all-seeing Asgardian in charge of defending the Bifrost, the Rainbow Bridge. Chosen by Odin himself, he is Asgard’s first line of defense against any incursion. Heimdall is able to see across time and space which could make for some interesting game mechanics. The character first appeared in Marvel comics in Journey into Mystery #85 in 1962.

Skurge the Executioner is known at once for feats of valor and foolishness. He was one of Asgard’s greatest warriors. Seduced by Amora the Enchantress, he fell in to helping her many schemes over the years. The character has also been a part of the Masters of Evil at times being a hero and villain. Skurge debuted a few years after Heimdall in Journey into Mystery #103 in 1964.

Black Swan and Supergiant are coming to Marvel: Crisis Protocol

The Black Order is getting some new members as Atomic Mass Games have revealed officially that Black Swan and Supergiant are coming the Marvel: Crisis Protocol miniature game.

Black Swan was a princess of an alternate Earth who became its only survivor when an incursion event caused her universe to collide with another. She fled into a waystation between dimensions and found the Black Swans, who took her in and raised her as one of their own. Black Swan joined the Black Order of Thanos using her ability to project eyebeams of energy and her superhuman physique to support the Mad Titan’s conquest of worlds.

Supergiant is an omnipath and telepathic parasite. A ruthless and cunning member of the Black Order, she uses these abilities to devour the intellects of those who would oppose her. After each brutal attack her incorporeal form assures a swift escape, and Supergiant absconds to plague the galaxy anew.

Black Swan debuted in New Avengers Vol. 3 #1 in January 2013 created by Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting. After initially being an enemy of the Illuminati, she eventually aligned with Namor as part of his Cabal which also included Thanos, Corvus Glaive, Maxmimus, Proxima Midnight, Terrax, and The Maker.

Supergiant was created by Jonathan Hickman and Jerome Opeña debuting in Infinity #1 in August 2013. The character was killed by the Lethal Legion’s Ferene in Avengers #680 in February 2018.

Daredevil, Elektra, and The Hand Revealed, Plus Grunts Explained for Marvel: Crisis Protocol

2022 looks like it’s going to be an interesting year for Atomic Mass GamesMarvel: Crisis Protocol. We already have some intriguing releases revealed plus a whole new aspect to the game… Grunts!

Already teased, we now have a good look at the new “Shadowland” Daredevil, Elektra, and the Hand, all coming to the game soon.

"Shadowland" Daredevil, Elektra, and the Hand

But, the bigger news is Grunts and how they’ll work in the game. Grunts are low-level characters, think minions and henchmen, the cannon fodder.

Grunts are described as the “nameless backdrop” by Atomic Mass Games. In the game, Grunts are tied to a Parent character. They can’t enter the battlefield or be used on rosters or squards without their Parent. They’re so tied together Grunts need the Parent to even take actions. If the Parent character goes down, so goes the Grunts. But, Parents can be a part of the team without Grunts, we’ve got a heirarchy here people!

Parents will have superpowers and abilities that call Grunts in and dismiss them as well. Grunts can’t play or be chosen by allied Team Tactic Cards.

Grunts can activate with their Parent. When the Parent goes, so does the Grunts. And, a Parent can only have one Grunt character in play at a time.

Unlike current characters, Grunts don’t have Injured sides and can’t be Dazed, instead if they’re Dazed, they’re immediately KO’d instead.

This new aspect opens up a whole lot of possibilities. We’ve seen the Hand and S.H.I.E.L.D. agents but now maybe we’ll see A.I.M., Hydra agents, or even Doom Bots!

Shadowland Looms over Marvel: Crisis Protocol

Atomic Mass Games has released a teaser for some upcoming releases for the Marvel: Crisis Protocol miniature game.

The image shows silhouettes of Elektra, a new Daredevil (most likely in his black costume), and Hand Ninjas.

The Hand Ninjas are particularly interesting as their the second low-level “minions” to be teased in the new year. Atomic Mass Games kicked off the year showing off the upcoming Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents.

Shadowland is a storyline released in 2010 involving Daredevil and other “street-level” characters. In it, Daredevil becomes the leader of the Hand and builds a massive temple/prison in Hell’s Kitchen dubbed “Shadowland”. He kills Bullseye and becomes more and more corrupted pitting him against his former allies. We later find out that Daredevil is possessed by the Beast of the Hand which is why he has changed. It takes Daredevil’s former allies, Kingpin, and Lady Bullseye to stop him.

Shadowland teaser

Nick Fury, S.H.I.E.L.D., and a Quinjet are coming to Marvel: Crisis Protocol

2022 is looking to be interesting for Marvel: Crisis Protocol, the miniature game from Atomic Mass Games. Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents will be entering the game along with a new terrain pack, a Quinjet!

A new character pack features Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents delivering something new to the game. While Fury is a single miniature, the Agents are a trio of figures on one base. That’s the first “low level” type of grouping and possibly opens up the game to more generic henchmen. How that’ll play will be interesting to see.

The Quinjet combines the technological prowess of Wakandan engineering and Stark Industries, Quinjets have served both the Avengers and S.H.I.E.L.D. operatives as a rapid-response vehicle able to carry them where a crisis mounts. Quinjets are a crucial part of how the Earth’s mightiest heroes and covert teams can arrive wherever they are needed most.

X-23 and Honey Badger are Coming to Marvel: Crisis Protocol

Atomic Mass Games has released an official image showing off X-23 and Honey Badger. The characters will be coming to Marvel: Crisis Protocol sometime in 2022.

X-23, aka Laura Kinney, debuted in NYX #3 in 2004 and was created by Craig Kyle and Christopher Yost. The character is a clone of Wolverine and has been a member of the X-Men and X-Force, and more of the years.

Gabby Kinney, aka Honey Badger, is a clone of Laura created by Alchemax. Laura adopts her as a sister in hopes of guiding her to the right path. Like Laura and Wolverine, she has a healing factor and claws. She also has nanites in her blood making her not feel pain. The character debuted in All-New Wolverine #2 in 2015 and was created by Tom Taylor, David López, and David Navarrot.

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