"The Unstoppables" represented as 32mm scale gaming miniatures.
"The Unstoppables" is a fictitious comic book series within the universe of the Fallout game franchise. In-universe, it's a crossover between several of the top comic characters published by Hubris Comics: The Inspector, The Silver Shroud, Grognak the Barbarian, The Mistress of Mystery, and Manta Man. In Fallout 4, you're able to find costumes of The Silver Shroud and Grognak the Barbarian, in case you decide to do a little post-apocalyptic cosplay.
From L to R:
* "The Inspector" -- represented with Reaper Miniatures Chronoscope #50125, "Yvette, Magician's Assistant," with a right-hand swap of the magnifying glass held by the Heroclix mini "Detective Chimp."
* "The Silver Shroud" -- represented with Reaper Miniatures Bones #80007, "The Black Mist," swapping out two pistols for an open left hand (from a HorrorClix "Flasher" mini), and a tommy-gun in the right (from a HeroClix "Scourge" mini, but modified with a plastic cylinder and putty to make it drum-fed).
* "Grognak the Barbarian" -- represented with Reaper Bones #77469, "Brand Oathblood, Barbarian," swapping out the right sword for a Dwarven battleaxe (Warhammer Fantasy Battle), and replacing the axe in the left hand with (for a bit of EXTRA META) a paper-printed mini copy of Grognak the Barbarian. ("What sorcery, THIS?!")
* "The Mistress of Mystery" -- represented with Reaper Chronoscope #50148, "Astrid Berger, Female Spy," slightly modified with a tiny piece of grocery-bag plastic to give her a "veil" as per some of her depictions in illustrations within the Fallout games.
* "Manta Man" -- represented by a HeroClix mini (EDIT: Thanks to Nick Parenti for the ID!) -- "Weather Wizard." Alas, I didn't have any Reaper mini that would nicely work for Manta Man, but OH SO MANY HeroClix minis that would be obvious choices. (I mean, of the bunch, Manta Man is the one closest to a stereotypical "men in tights" comic-book superhero.) I slightly modified it with a couple of pieces of paper to make the drape as depicted in some illustrations of Manta Man. (Of the bunch, I'd say he's the least consistently depicted in in-game artwork, as it would seem that the good folks at Hubris Comics just couldn't pin down his look ... or keep the same artist, for that matter.)
I painted these up for a couple of silly "Rooby-Doo Mysteries" retro post-apocalyptic adventures using Savage Worlds RPG this upcoming weekend at Necronomicon 2018 (Tampa, Florida).