(r) One of my favorite miniatures, from Hasslefree. This ski-mask-wearing, axe- and machete-wielding terror is perfect for leading a crazed band of wasteland marauders. The model comes with two heads, but the other one doesn't have a mask so why would you use it?
(r) Elvis from Studio Miniatures. Is he the real thing or an imposter? I have used him in several scenarios as the leader of the Cult of the King, with numerous hooded minions obeying his every command. For my oil rig game at Historicon 2019 I painted a white and red boat named Hound Dog to ferry his troops. This post wouldn't be complete without a link to Mojo Nixon's song Elvis is Everywhere: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_3eQBMycfA
This father-son duo definitely have a Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome vibe; from Crooked Dice.
Two more Mad Max inspired models from Crooked Dice; (l) Road Warrior marauder and (r) Fury Road's Imperator Furiosa. I couldn't get her face to look right with the black facepaint from the movie so I gave up but it still doesn't look right to me. I may try to repaint it black again someday.
(l) Hacker with a small body but a giant brain and (r) scout with sniper rifle from Crooked Dice.
(l) Town marshal keeping law and order and (r) a heavy gunner in case of trouble; from Crooked Dice.
Gas Mask Girl from Worlds End, who make the This Is Not A Test P-A rules and an associated range of miniatures. The arms and weapons bag come separately and include another right arm holding an assault rifle.
The obligatory group shot.