Reaper Announces Launch Date and Time for Bones III Kickstarter

By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Jun 4th, 2015

Reaper’s Bones line of minis has made quite a splash with gamers. The first campaign made just shy of $3.5mil. and it seemed like everything Reaper could possibly make into their new material was done. Then came Bones II, and another $3mil. in pledges. It seemed there was always more to release from them. Well, now Bones III will be coming to Kickstarter in just a matter of weeks.

July 7th, at 11am EST, the campaign for Bones III will launch. We’ll all be waiting to see how far this campaign goes. Reaper admits they were caught a bit off-guard from the first campaign, a situation they rectified with the second. Personally, I only have one Bones miniature, the Khanjira figure from Bones II. You can see a review I did for it in Issue 20 of Ravage Magazine US. Spoilers: it’s a pretty awesome model, especially for the price point.

What new figures will this new campaign bring? We’ll all know in just over 4 weeks.


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  • Alexander Brown

    Well…that is one way to keep the pledge level down! Start it really close to GenCon! Who is going to have spare money when trying to save up for that!

    • Ghool

      What about everyone else that isn’t going to GenCon?

      I’m pretty certain that there will still be plenty of non-attending people with money to throw at Reaper….

      • Chad_Caughmann

        I agree. While there’s no statistic anywhere to prove one way or the other, I’d have to guess that the total number of people who go to GenCon represent a pretty small % of the overall number of people in the miniature gaming hobby. And even so, just because they would go to GenCon doesn’t mean they wouldn’t also support a Kickstarter that happens around the same time as GenCon.

  • estrus

    I’m so excited

    And I just can’t hide it

    I’m about to loose control and I think I like it

    I’m so excited

    And I just can’t hide it