Pegasus Hobbies Martian War Machine Diorama

(8 customer reviews)


Last updated on February 25, 2024 11:56 am Details


  • Accurate Scale Model Kit
  • Detailed Pictorial Instructions Included
  • All Required Decals and Transfers are Supplied
  • Will Require Paints, Glue and Modelling Tools to Complete
  • Hours of Fun Suitable for Young and Old Alike

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Product Dimensions

11.97 x 7.56 x 2.52 inches

Item Weight

8.2 ounces

Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer



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8 reviews for Pegasus Hobbies Martian War Machine Diorama

  1. M. V. Indrasoma

    Excelente modelo para coleccionistas con poco espacio, el nivel de detalle y la facilidad para armar hace de este producto algo impresionante.

  2. M. V. Indrasoma

    This 1/144 kit features some nicely detailed Sherman tanks, which appear quite solid and realistic for their size, even though they are composed of only 4 parts each. The martian craft are also true to the ’50s movie, although not the tripods featured in the Tom Cruise version and the original book. The diorama base is also well moulded with realistic detail, including tank tracks and the remains of three mummified soldiers.

    The box suggests 13+ as an appropriate age for this kit, but my 11-year son had no difficulty with the very simple construction, the only tricky bits being the clear parts which need to be tinted with glass paint and the “War of the Worlds” logo on the base, which needs a very steady hand to paint.

    Glue and paint are required to complete the model as shown on the package, and these are not included in the kit.

  3. Dave A.

    The other war of the worlds war ship is 1/48, but this kit is 1/144.

  4. Dave A.

    Very detailed diorama with tanks and the ships. We had fun painting this set. Very easy to assemble and display.

  5. Linda Fleisher

    I just received this model yesterday, and am somewhat disappointed. It’s my fault for not being more attentive before buying. The 2 photos accompanying the ad are from the 1/48 model of the war machines. I’m most disappointed that the war machines are not “pre-bronzed” as one reviewer stated. I’m sure he was referring to the 1/48 model. The small size of the models, well it’s 1/144 scale so just know the war machines are 3 1/4″ wide. Hopefully, once assembled and painted it will be more appealing.

  6. Amazon Customer

    like The War of The World.

  7. matt8386

    Nice easy kit – that is fun to put together. A great idea for the heat ray. It’s a small finished product that can sit on the corner of a shelf. This would be a fun kit for kids starting out that are into sci-fi, and really appreciate George Pal’s 1953 version. Ever since I was a kid and saw this movie in the 60’s, I’ve wanted models of these war machines. Thanks Pegasus!

  8. Jorge Olarte

    Very easy to build – tanks are 4 parts each – careful of the cannon, it’s very thin. Martin ships have 2 parts + glass ‘viewports’. A fun kit, paint & glue not included. If you’re a fanatic about these things, no decals for the tanks. No big deal here, had a few extra from different kit.

    A child could play with this pretty easily – with exception of the tank barrels I think it would be pretty durable. No educational value since it’s a kit based on fiction. But it’s fun to see once done.

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