Talk:Nightmares (Mirliton)

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> "Following the demise of Grenadier, most of their figures were sold to Mirliton"

This is an over simplification. Don't take it as gospel, but my understanding of things is: When Grenadier closed (1996) the molds/rights from Grenadier US were sold to Stratelibri, the Italian distributor for Grenadier. Stratelibri continued to produce the figures for some time under the name Nemo, the miniatures arm of Stratelibri. I know little about the Nemo/Stratelibri era, my impression is that the figures they produced were primarily from the Fantasy Warriors ranges. I also think that these may not have been widely available outside of Italy. In 2004 Stratelibri/Nemo shutdown and their molds/rights were acquired by Mirliton.

I knew this, but didn't want to clutter up the intro, but yes, the intermediate company should be named, and so I have edited it in. ~ Mysticat 07:00, 12 August 2010 (MST)

Here's the "Awaiting Re-release" section remove from the main page - needs rechecking in case they have release some of these now but it shouldn't be on the article page "just in case": - Cattwister 07:22, 4 July 2019 (UTC)

Awaiting Re-release

Call of Cthulhu and Nightmares

  • These were all originally part of Grenadier's Call of Cthulhu and Nightmares ranges but have not yet been re-released by Mirliton.


  • These are the remaining figures from box sets 8501 and 2014 - the rest have been re-released above.
  • See also Monster Manuscripts for other horrors (that may be re-released into this line by Mirliton in the future).

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