Figures.com reports that San Francisco based designer toy and apparel company – Super7 – was on hand at the WonderCon Anaheim 2013 showing off their incredible Alien license in detail. Announced at San Diego Comic-Con last year, Super7’s Alien license includes drinkware and action figures based on the classic 1979 sci-fi film. While we’ve already shared the vintage “Fast Food” glasses inspired by the film, we now have the first look at the figure reproductions that will take us back to 1979.
Super7’s series of 3 ¾ inch Alien action figures are faithfully based on the actual ’79 prototypes that never saw production! Super7’s “new” figure series retains the vintage looks, articulation, accessories, and, best of all, packaging of the originally planned toys. These are due out this summer priced at a SRP of $19.99 each. The series consists of what would have been the entire first wave (first ever images inside!):
* THE ALIEN (“BIG CHAP”) – w/ removable transparent dome, extendable jaws and glowing brain!
* RIPLEY – w/ Flame Thrower
* ASH – w/ Motion Detector
* DALLAS (not on display) – w/ Flame Thrower
* KANE IN NOSTROMO SPACESUIT – w/ removable helmet and transparent visor
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