Mörser "Karl" with Gun Crew (1:35)
Cyber-Hobby has come up with a monstrous combination for its latest release, a 1/35 scale kit of the German 60cm Mörser.
Announcing Dragon's Thanksgiving weekend sale.
Orange Shermans (1:35)
The Orange series will have two new members in November: an M4A1(76)W VVSS and an M4A3(75)W Welded Hull
Red Army Tanks (1:35)
There are two new kits under the Orange line of Cyber-Hobby, both representing tanks of the Red Army: the T-34 and the M4A2 (76).
Orange Command (1:35)
Another commanding diorama in a box is on the way from Cyber-Hobby with the release of an Orange boxing of an Sd.Kfz.251/6 including figures.
Neu Orange Reconnaissance (1:35)
Another Cyber Hobby Orange set is on the way to tempt diorama builders with some armored reconnaissance.
CyberHobby have released a Jagdpanzer 38 and Infantry set as part of their popular 'Orange box' range.
Something new for Cyber Hobby is two 1/72 scale tanks coming our way, to include one World War 2 and one modern.
Cyber Orange Patton (1:35)
The latest news for Cyber Hobby is an Orange box set including the Patton with an US figure set for Korea.
T-34/85 In Orange Box (1:35)
The latest value kit coming from Cyber Hobby is a late war T34 with some infantry riders in 1/35 scale.
Cyber-Hobby is bringing us another Orange box combination, this set will be great for that Normandy counter-attack.
CyberHobby Adds Flakvierling (1:35)
A new “White Box” offering is on the way from CyberHobby, something to deal with incoming aircraft.
Cyber-Hobby Breaths Flames (1:35)
A new White Box from Cyber-Hobby brings us a German flame breathing tank built on the Panzer III chassis.
Cyber Orange King Tiger (1:35)
A new Orange Box coming from Cyber-Hobby that should be a King kit, with some added figures.
An early StuG on the way from Cyber-Hobby, and it is a vehicle that a famous German tank ace got his start in.
Something new from Cyber-Hobby that will help with you air defense, and this German AA, being a little odd, should still be a hit.
Cyber-Hobby is bringing another Orange kit to us soon, stating you can have a Tiger at a value price.
AA from CyberHobby (1:35)
A new mobile anti-aircraft gun on the way from CyberHobby, and this time mounted on a vehicle you might not think of.
A new Orange Box coming from Cyber Hobby, this time a heavy weight doing some mine clearing with a little support.
The next "White Box" from Cyber Hobby is now available for pre-order. Half Track and Anti-Tank fans will be delighted.
Something a little different from CyberHobby, another diorama in a box, but you will need to build a launch pad.
A new Orange announcement from CyberHobby, some Vietnam armor. But with a little twist this time, with an old faithful Soviet made tank.
The population in the world of model Panzers has just gotten larger, this time with an Ausf.G from Cyber-Hobby.
Cyber Hobby Exclusive Model Kits has released the poster for their 1/35th scale Sd.Kfz.181 Pz.Kpfw.VI Ausf.E, Otto Carius, Tiger I Mid, Battle of Malinovka. Take a look inside for the images.
Another Orange box from CyberHobby(Dragon) utilising a BRDM. Those pesky airplanes might want to look out.
Cyber Hobby is back with another great deal in an orange box, this time with some Soviet Recon.
DML's esoteric sub-division, Cyber-Hobby have announced another of their eclectic releases in 1/35th Scale.
From a popular fictional comic and renowned comic artist Motofumi Kobayashi, Cyber-Hobby is brings us the King of the Black Knight. They have saves the biggest for the last in this series.
..Weird in the best possible sense of the word (of course). Once again, Cyber-Hobby are taking one of DML's existing models and producing an unusual and interesting variant. In this case, the Early Pz.III in 1/35th Scale.
Cyber-Hobby have just announced their latest variant on their Opel Blitz in 1/35th Scale.
Cyber Hobby have just added some considerable detail to their previous announcement of a 25 Pounder in 1/35th Scale.
A couple of weeks ago, I ran a report on a very curious release from Cyber-Hobby's IJN Type 2 (Ka-Mi) Amphibious Tank. Now, in the spirit of keeping this as current as possible, here's a Photo-Report featuring the ACTUAL model.
Cyber-Hobby have just announced a release, which in many ways epitomises what the DML sub-division was established to do. The New Release is a variant on the company's recent model of IJN Type 2 (Ka-Mi) Amphibious Tank.
Back in July this year, we ran the unusual News that Cyber-Hobby were doing a LRDG Jeep in 1/35th scale. Now, updating the story, we can bring you ACTUAL images of the Built-Model.
Cyber-Hobby, have re-announced a model which many may see as little more than a reaction to ANOTHER announcement we made here on Armorama
Cyber-hobby have announced the release of what is virtually a diorama-in-a-box. The kit comprises a Sdkfz 251/1 Ausf C half track with German infantry figures from Masterbox.
Cyber-Hobby are releasing a 1/35 Buffalo LVT(4) in their Orange Box Range. The kit is accompanied by the four US Marine figures from the Iwo Jima 1945 set.
The Tigers never stop coming do they? This is the latest, in 1/35th scale announced by Cyber Hobby.
We recently received an update from Cyber-Hobby that is truly a summer shocker. Cyber-Hobby is releasing a 1/35 SAS 4x4 Desert Raider w/.50cal M2 Machine Gun.
What no new Sherman or German armor release? Shocker indeed.
What no new Sherman or German armor release? Shocker indeed.
Another day, another variant from Cyber-Hobby. The company have just announced a New variant on their Opel Blitz in 1/35th scale.
Cyber-Hobby do tend to produce a series of variants of existing (mainly) AFVs, Here's an announcement which is a little surprising.
Another, albeit somewhat more obscure variant of the Sd.Kfz 10, has been announced by CyberHobby
'Neubaufahrzeug' is literally 'New Production Vehicle'. It was a title used (amongst other projects) to a series of five prototype vehicles - PzKpfw NbFz V ('PanzerKampfwagen NeubauFahrzeug V') which has been announced in model form from Cyber-Hobby
Cyber-Hobby have just announced another Tiger in 1/35th scale. Not so remarkable is it? However, there is a difference with THIS one...
Here's a VERY unusual (but welcome) move from DML's sub-division Cyber-Hobby
At the moment, the Japan Hobby Show is taking place. Every day, Dragon are announcing a New release. Although there are more, this one is significantly surprising to get its own News Story...
Cyber-Hobby have just announced a Stug III in 1/35th scale.
Cyber Hobby have released another command version, this time on the Jagdpanzer IV L/70 (V).
Cyber-Hobby have announced another variant on the Sd.Kfz 7 Chassis.
Cyber Hobby have just announced their latest 1/35th scale release.