NECA releasing an Aliens deluxe creature pack for the 30th Anniversary of the film

By ·March 28, 2016 8:16 am

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Aliens this year, NECA is releasing a deluxe creature pack featuring some of their most requested parts.

This creature pack includes six pieces from the terrifing Aliens film, all pieces are in scale with NECA’s line of 7″ figures.

The set includes:

  • 2 Stasis Chambers with LED Lights – Press a button to cast an eerie glow on the facehugger preserved within it! You can even fill the tube with water if you choose. Facehugger can also be removed from tube. Batteries included.
  • 2 Chestbursters with bendable tails
  • 2 Facehuggers with bendable tails

The scale means that these items are perfect for diorama builders, the bendable tails are an excellent feature for easy and dynamic placements of the facehuggers and chestbursters.

The stasis chambers could make some great jewellery for the Aliens fanatics out there. Being on a 7″ scale the statis chambers will roughly be about 5-6″ in length (from what I can make out) and would make fantastic pendants for a necklace, albeit large pendants, but large pendants that light up with a facehugger inside. So win win!

The 30th anniversary of Aliens this year will also see the release of more collectible action figures from NECA such as newt and a Kenner tribute Ripley action figure, a 30th anniversary edition Aliens graphic novel from Dark Horse, limited-edtion art prints and posters from Mondo, new novels (Alien: Invasion and Alien: Out of the Shadows, the latter of which is an audible book read by Rutger Hauer, among others) and an Ultimate Trivia Challenge across social media.

The 30th anniversay Aliens deluxe creature pack is due to be released June 2016, no word on pricing yet.







Image Credits: NECA

Written by Michael James Ilett


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