S.H. MonstersArts Alien Vs Predator Alien Warrior And Predator Wolf Appearing At NYCC
Two dead sexy Hollywood stars are about to be joining the ever popular S.H. MonsterArts series of high quality, fully poseable monster action figures. Any guesses to who they could be? Alien and Predator! They’re sexy right? We have known about the S.H. MonstersArts Alien Vs Predator Alien Warrior And Predator Wolf coming for a while, but now we can actually see these sexy little guys. (Well if you consider little about 18cm…)
If you are headed to NYCC 2013 in a few weeks you will be able to see these guys first hand on display, but for the rest of us these new official images will have to do.
The S.H. MonstersArts Alien Warrior perfectly replicates his on-screen appearance. The joint system that Tamashii Nations has given him was specially designed to allow dynamic poses without breaking the figure’s distinctive silhouette. His head was cast in translucent plastic, and can actually be slid to open the main mouth and reveal the threatening inner mouth. The S.H. MonstersArts Alien Warrior comes packed with a finely detailed egg chamber, the “juvenile” form of the Warrior (the “chestburster”), and 2 different head variations.
Then we come to the S.H. MonsterArts Predator Wolf from the 2007 film, Aliens vs Predator: Requiem. A portion of its armor is diecast metal; the weaponry is molded in finely detailed ABS; the body details are PVC; and the famed “dreadlock” hair utilizes flexible material so as not to interfere with posing. The Predator Wolf’s mask can be removed, revealing its organic face beneath. You can also swap out his jaw to replicate the “normal” or “howling” appearances. The S.H. MonsterArts Predator Wolf comes packed with 2 spears (expanded and retracted), 2 slash whips (expanded and retracted), “acid” effect parts (used in the film for erasing traces of its existence) a “cleaner case” with various weapons, and a “tracking cylinder” used in the film for extracting
The Alien Warrior is scheduled for release first in January, with the Predator Wolf following it in February.
via Tamashii Nations