The first edition of the popular Talisman fantasy boardgame featured paper counters to represent the characters in the game. For the revised second edition of the game, Citadel produced an extended line of metal miniatures based on the original game's character illustrations. These figures were sold separate from the game itself in several different formats. A few of the figures in the Talisman range were later replaced with similar figures from other Citadel Ranges. Where alternates exist, these figures are shown within the entry for the original figure.
For the third edition of the Talisman game, Citadel released a series of plastic figures boxed with the game itself (like Warhammer and Warhammer 40K). The various expansions for the 3rd edition of the Talisman game included their own plastic figures as part of a set with expansion rules and board pieces. Many of the plastic figures from the Talisman expansions (along with some plastic figures from the Warghammer Quest game and some single-pose Warhammer 4th/5th edition regimental figures) were sold separately in their own themed boxed sets as part of Citadel's short-lived "Toybox" line (which was intended to introduce Citadel miniatures into non-traditional retail channels, such as toystores).
There were no minis made by GW for the 4th edition, but the new Revised 4th Edition by Fantasy Flight Games does include plastic minis.
Talisman 3rd Edition
Talisman 3rd Ed. Dungeon Of Doom Expansion
Talisman 3rd Ed. City Of Adventure Expansion
Talisman 3rd Ed. Dragon's Tower Expansion