Sideshow Collectibles are probably going to be responsible for making a few sci-fi fans go bankrupt, because they have unveiled a stunning new bust of the Xenomorph Queen.
The Xenomorph Queen first appeared as the main antagonist in James Cameron’s 1986 movie Aliens, before also going on to appear in a significant role in Paul W. S. Anderson's Alien vs. Predator. Sideshow’s Bust is modelled after her appearance in the latter film, and will come with both a replaceable standard head and a second won covered with scars, with she receives during the climatic battle at the end of the film. You'll notice that everything form her extra pair of arms to the soikes on her back has been captured in excruciating detail.
The bust will be priced at $2,299, so while it certainly isn’t cheap, it’s still an invaluable collector’s item. Let us know in the comments is you will be adding this beauty to this collection.
The Alien franchise is taking a dramatic turn at 20th Century Studios, now owned by Disney. Currently there are two major Alien projects in development - a new Alien TV series by Noah Hawley and a new, stand-alone Alien movie being directed by Fede Alvarez. Both of which will be taking the franchise in a new direction - moving away from the Alien prequel direction Ridley Scott set out to pursue back in 2012.
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