I present Solomon Grundy for the Batman Miniatures Game...again.
My first Solomon Grundy was actually a Knight Models Hulk which I repurposed as Grundy and then later repainted as Hulk. This one is actually the proper model...well, it's the original metal sculpt, not the more recent resin one.
Painting was really easy, just as it was last time, with a lot of dry brushing. The sculpt is really characterful, although there is a small hole in the elbow joint that I might need to go back to fill.
What painting Grundy has done is reignite the spark of life in my collection of Batman miniatures. I'm not sure I'll be going back to BMG, which is heading into it's third edition already, as Knight Models continue to find new and innovative ways to alienate and annoy their customer base. However, I will try to scoop up a few bargains as people inevitably rage quit and sell their collections with the arrival of a new edition.
In fact, this has already begun and I've picked up Comissioner Gordon, three SWAT cops, Dr Strange, three Arkham Inmates, a Penguin Lieutenant, and three actual Penguins, all for bargain prices. Although it's nice to splash the cash, it's not great for my painting tally.