Here are a few photos of the new plastic Macedonian Phalangites by Warlord Games. The command figures are by Foundry and Old Glory. I’ve painted this unit as Leukaspides (White Shields) rather than Chalkaspides (Bronze Shields), Argyraspides (Silver Shields) or Chrysaspides (Golden Shields)!
These figures are highly detailed and easy to assemble and paint. I particularly like the chunky butt-spike on the sarissa, the linothorax and engraved greaves on some of the figures. There are forty phalangite figures (actually twenty as the box size is too small fit to fit forty) and a sheet of forty water slide transfers per set. So with two sets of four metal command figures (yet to be released) you can make two units of twenty four figures in a six by four phalanx.
There are four basic poses on ten identical sprues with even more variations in the heads, and the arms attached to the pike. There are at least two variations in the arms and pike per pose, so with the back rank figures for example, you get two different poses shouldering the pike. The transfer sheet is a single sheet of black stars that requires each shield to be cut out separately. I’m sure LBM will be sizing transfers for these but in the meantime the LBM Macedonian/Successor transfers for 1st Corps and Gripping Beast’s Polemarch ranges would be a pretty close fit.