Press Reviews

  • Packed with the widest range of enthusiastically written articles, all linked by the common denominator, plastic (OTSN)
  • Well-written, entertaining and informative publication … fills a long-overdue void … offers any serious collector of plastic figures a ‘must’ in reading and reference material (Tom Terry, PFPC)
  • A sort of meeting place for like-minded consenting adults (Miniature Wargames)
  • An unpretentious fun publication, which dedicated plastic collectors should support (OTSN)
  • Fascinating in every way, WARNING … their enthusiasm for plastic figures in contagious (Toy Soldier Review)
  • A much improved, friendly magazine (Military Modelling)
  • If you are into plastic figures you should be a reader (Military Hobbies)
  • Continues to be the best source of information about plastic figures (Military Hobbies)
  • The foremost authority on these oft-overlooked products (Alwyn Brice, Collectors Gazette)
  • A real find for collectors and enthusiasts (Model Mart)
  • For those who love plastic soldiers, PW covers it all (Toy Soldiers & Collectibles Magazine)
  • Published much information on the history of the major makers of plastic figures from 1945 to the present (PHS Newsletter)
  • Always full of nuggets on unusual aspects of plastics (Nick Spenceley, Toy Soldier & Model Figure)
  • Invaluable to both serious collectors and those just wanting to know more about their favourite figures or makers (Mike Blake, Toy Soldier Collector)
  • A publication which I consistently support … well-researched, authoritative and absorbing reading (Stuart Asquith, Military Modelling)
  • The role played by Plastic Warrior magazine in the continued revival of plastics as a collecting genre … cannot be overstated (Mark Avery, TSC)


  • They first made me burst out laughing, then received my congratulations for a splendid show (Robin Hunt, Military Modelling)
  • Always an eagerly awaited show … Plastic Warrior has obviously got the formula right … you can spend just a few pounds and have a great day out (Alwyn Brice, Collectors Gazette)
  • A happy mix of stalls selling common and cheap figures nestling happily cheek by jowl with traders selling rare and expensive figures (Len Cooksey, Toy Soldier & Model Figure)
  • My first time at the show … and very splendid it was too (Chris Roope, RFTSL newsletter)
  • To be reaching milestones like 20 years of organising this annual showcasing of the best of old and new plastic figures is a great achievement (Mark Avery, TSC)
  • A combination of medieval bazaar and school reunion (Len Cooksey, TS&MF)