These pieces are very nicely rendered, and just from looking at them I have a few ideas as to characters I'll create to use them with.
There are two pages of miniatures, with 29 pieces total. I appreciate the product description mentioning the re-sizers amongst the figures, but they didn't mention the other two figures that are duplicated; one brick with two different poses, and a speedster printed twice with the same pose.
Unlike their Anime Girls Vol I set, there are a few female figs here that are skimpily dressed enough that I'd keep them away from the gaming table of a family with small children. (A dominatrix just doesn't fit my mental image of a fun, cheerfull, four-color game.)
Two of the figures are somewhat blurry (intentional, most likely), suggesting evasion powers, but the lines in some of the other figures are light enough that you can barely make out the mini's face.
Between the two pages of full-color figures and action poses, I think this set is quite reasonably priced at $2. Compare this to some of the other paper fig sets available, and it makes an excellent buy for the gamer on a tight budget.<br><br><b>LIKED</b>: Since the backs are silhouettes instead of full images, using grey instead of black is easier on your ink cartridges.
Unlike their other set, the only figures here that appear to be posing for the 'camera' are flamboyant enough that you'd expect them to grandstand just a bit. The rest of the figures are all in reasonable action poses.
There are a few figs in the set that I can easily see making their way into a Sci-Fi game, and even one that I'll be using in my fantasy games.<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: While there is a total of 7 pages in this PDF, only two are figures. I'd much rather have seen the figs split out into their own PDF so that I would have to specify page numbers to print only the figs.
As I mentioned above, the one dominatrix figure, IMNSHO, does not belong in a family-friendly four-color environment.<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Acceptable<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Satisfied<br>