Medicom Toy "Alien" 400% Bearbricks

“In space, no one can hear you scream.”

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Medicom Toy drops two new Bearbrick collectibles to commemorate the sci-fi horror film Alien. The “Alien” and “Warrior Alien” represent the first and second films in the franchise respectively, with slight variations in the design mirroring artwork from the extraterrestrial series. Both will be available for pre-order only in Japan from November 24 – December 10, with shipping starting April 2016. Sized at 400% and retailing for approximately $75 USD, visit Medicom Toy’s site for additional information on how to order one or both of the figurines.

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