Alien Facehugger Life-Size Replica LIMITED EDITION OF 500:
We are proud to present our Officially Licensed Life-Size Replica of the Facehugger from Aliens!
The Facehugger represents the second stage in the life cycle of a Xenomorph. Its long tail allows it to rapidly launch itself long distances, and its finger-like legs allow it to run quickly and attach itself to the host.… Read the full article.
Alien Covenant Xenomorph 1/4 Scale Statue: A $100 Non-Refundable deposit is required at time of order! (At checkout, the full amount will be authorized but not charged to your account. You will only be charged for the deposit. The balance will be charged when the item is ready to ship.)
We are proud to present our Officially Licensed 1:4 Scale Xenomorph statue from Alien Covenant!… Read the full article.
Take part in the Strange Company’s Adventures with this figure set from Master Box! Diminutive robot Robie expresses his approval of the contours of the android waitress Ivet, to the amusement of mercenary Anton. … Read the full article.
There’s been an awakening. In a galaxy far, far away, the Jedi and Sith have learned some new Force powers, ones that have never been seen before. At least, that’s what Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker director J.J.… Read the full article.
Gosh, Sherry Jackson sure looks nice in her colorful and revealing futuristic space garb, doesn’t she? Don’t get too excited, Charlie — she’s an android named Andrea, and this shot is from episode 7 of Star Trek (aired October 20, 1966), “What Are Little Girls Made Of?” In the episode, Captain Kirk (William Shatner) wrestles with a question that is still on our minds 50 years later: Is it OK to make out with a sexy robot?… Read the full article.