Alien and Predator Collection
The Xenomorph (Alien) is a skeletal terror with acid for blood, a vicious tail and two sets of lethal jaws. Born from the stuff of nightmares, it quickly grew from the diminutive parasite that burst from the best of office Kane, to a terrifying monster that stalked the crew of Nostromo. Presented in a standing attack pose with its recently shed skin, the creature's structural perfection is matched only by its hostility.
Scar Predator (AVP)
The Scar Predator figurine’s pose is taken from a flashback sequence in the film that oversees Scar defeating a horde of aliens and holding aloft a Xenomorph head in celebration. The base features the unique Xenomorph pattern that is seen in the ancient pyramid.
Corporal Hicks (Aliens)
Corporal Dwayne Hicks is one of the Colonial Marines’ squad leaders who are sent to investigate the loss of communication with a colony on LV-426. Armed with a standard issue pulse rifle as well as a shotgun, Hicks is one of the few marines to make it out of the alien hive.
The Xenomorph Dog was born when a facehugger - stowed away on board Ripley’s escape pod as it reaches a deep space maximum security prison - implants one of the prisoner’s dogs, resulting in a creature of incredible speed that runs on all fours.
The Predator is armed with a cloaking device and multiple advanced weapons as it visits Earth to hunt elite soldiers fighting in a Central American jungle. When the Predator takes on a commando team led by Major Alan ‘Dutch’ Schaefer, it kills the six-man team one-by-one until only Dutch is left.
Arthur Koblenz Dallas is the captain of the USCSS Nostromo, the starfreighter that makes a fateful visit to LV-426. After the ship’s computer detects a mysterious signal coming from the remote planetoid, it awakens the crew from hypersleep. Your Dallas figurine presents Dallas wearing his full spacesuit as he cautiously begins to investigate.
Xenomorph Warrior (Aliens)
The Xenomorph Warrior is tasked with defending its queen and her eggs and is even willing to sacrifice itself to protect the nest. Although differentiated from the first Xenomorph in the series by its ridged head, extra skeletal protrusions and having one thumb rather than two, the Xenomorph Warrior is an equally competent and perhaps more ferocious killer.
Private First Class William L. Hudson is one of the Colonial Marines sent to investigate the loss of communication with a terraforming colony on LV-426. A joker in Bravo Team’s pack, Hudson cracks under the pressure of the first Xenomorph attack but hardens into an excellent soldier when
his team makes their last stand.
Berserker Predator (Predators)
The Berserker Predator is the brutal leader of a clan of Super Predators competing with a tribe of original Predators ￼for control of a game reserve planet. With increased height and strength to torment and dominant its rival, the Berserker uses advanced technology, deadly traps, and hunting dogs to pursue a ragtag band of human warriors through the unforgiving jungle of the reserve.
Deacon is the result of a large Trilobite attacking and impregnating an Engineer aboard Prometheus. The figurine replicates its hideous blue smooth body, plantigrade legs and terrifying mouth. The figure's pose is taken from the moment after Deacon violently emerges from inside its host, marking the birth of a new kind of alien hybrid. No one can forget the disturbing moment when Deacon open its mouth to reveal several layers of sharp teeth ready to attack.
Predalien (AvP: Requiem)
The Predalien is the terrifying result of a facehugger impregnating a Predator, fusing two aliens together to get a menacing lifeform of destruction. Sharing characteristics with its host - hair-like appendages, mandibles and Predator vocalizations - the Predalien is also incredibly strong and lightning-fast, combining the extremely fast strikes of a Xenomorph with the brute force of a Predator.