Irrespective of your interest in Dakkar's "Hot Chicks: The RPG", the company have provided a real service to gamers by producing a large range of near-future printable paper "A"-frame standees in recent years, helping to fill an area that oddly remains something of a blank for such paper minis otherwise. This set has a useful mix of well-muscled male humans (in one case, apparently heavily steroid-infused!), all with full front and back artwork views, in Dakkar's usual near-realistic CGI style.
The poses here are all quite similar and rather static, but for most figures, there are various clothing options, sometimes from underwear/swimwear up to full body armour/spacesuits for the same named character. Few have weapons shown or held, and all these aspects increase their utility greatly, since you're not trapped into having minis who habitually use a different main weapon to what they're drawn with, or shown in "action" poses that character might never adopt in game terms. This also means the figures can be used easily as player characters or NPCs - such as shop mannequins, heroes, villains, innocent bystanders, etc. - and in a wide variety of settings.
Technically, Dakkar's paper minis are on the small side, if compared with the commoner 28/30mm-scale standees, though they're actually designed to be 25mm scale anyway. The PDF page can of course by resized before printing, and the artwork is good enough to cope with enlargement into the circa 30mm figure range without problems. If doing this using the whole page however, you'll lose a few minis near the edges. Most of the figures print out fine, with just a few a little too dull and muddy, and only one whose white clothing blends into the white card sheet background.
Overall, a good, useful set for its intended period.