The first set is of Lizardmen Warriors (F107), consisting of forty or so figures in 12 poses (the box says 11 poses, but I think there was some sort of confusion between number of poses with another set).
Two of the figures need to have some limbs attached. The sprues also have shields for some of the other figures. The parts attach quite easily with a bit of CA glue.
Lizardmen armed with spears and swords. The first two figures required assembly.
Lizardmen armed with clubs. The figure in the center (wearing armor) is a unique pose and does not have duplicates.
Lizardmen with missile weapon.
The figures range in size from man-height, to over a head shorter than a man. The sculpts are rather rough, and don't look like the type of lizardmen shown on the cover of the box. In fact, the figures are very reminiscent of skinks from Warhammer.
I use Warhammer skinks as D&D Troglodytes, so the Caesar figures will make a nice addition to my Troglodyte forces.
The second set is of Ratmen (F108), and consists of roughly 40 figures in 11 poses.
I think that the pose count was mixed up with that of the Lizardmen set, and though 12 poses are shown on the box, I believe that the two figures I've marked are actually the same pose (although with different shields).
One figure needs to have its limbs attached. The sprue also has additional shields. The arms attach easily with CA glue, but I recommend putting the glue into the holes in the torso, then fitting the arms into the body.
Ratmen with spears and clubs. The first ratman on the left required assembly.
Ratmen with swords. The ratman on the far left is a unique pose and does not have duplicates.
Ratmen with missile weapons.
These ratmen are essentially Warhammer Skaven. They are a head shorter (or more) than a human. The sculpting is decent, but still not as nice as the earlier Caesar fantasy sets. There are a lot of mold lines on the figures as well.
The third set is titled Undead Camp (F110), and consists of about 40 zombie figures in 11 poses.
The first group of figures are armed zombies that are probably best suited for fantasy settings.
The second group of figures are more generic zombies that can be also used in modern settings.
The final figure in this set is the unique pose, which is of a Chinese hopping vampire. This is easily my favorite figure in the set, and I wish they would have included more of them.
The final set is of Modern Zombies (SF004), and consists of about 40 zombie figures in 11 poses. First are the male zombies. The big zombie at the far right is a unique pose without duplicates.
Next are the female zombies, and a male crawler.
The zombie figures are all well sculpted, and the set allows zombie hordes to be quickly and easily assembled.
The foulest stench is in the air
The funk of forty thousand years
And grisly ghouls from every tomb
Are closing in to seal your doom