This set of paper minis is one that I like to call "Big Critters". It fills a need that the previous Fantasy sets leave behind, creatures bigger than those of medium size. Dragons, trolls, ogres, and more.
These paper minis sheets come with a variety of options. Trifold, two-fold for use with plastic bases, and tokens. Color or not. You also get many creatures on a page so that you can print an army of hydra or a single gelatinous cube.
The downside of this product is that for me the least desirable option is the 2-D token that sits flat on your battle map is the only one that accurately displays the size in two dimensions on the map. I want my minis (even paper ones) to stand up and be easily seen all around the table. If I use the trifold method you get pretty close to filling the four squares that a large creature should fill. If you use the two-fold method with the plastic bases (my preferred system) then you fill two squares at best.My suggested fix is to print a token of the monster and place it under the two-fold stand up mini. It's not a perfect solution, but it's functional and cheaper by far than your metal or plastic minis.
All in all, easily worth $5 for cheap minis. I use these all the time whenever I need a legion of baddies or to fill in for minions in my 4e D&D game.