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Meet the Big Chap Alien Collectible from Sideshow

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It won’t be released until the second quarter of 2012, but pre-orders are now being taken by Sideshow for the latest entry in their Alien collectibles line – Big Chap. And a big chap he is, too, measuring approx. 16″ H x 7.5″ W x 6.5″ L.

Below you’ll get a look at the Big Chap Polystone Statue from the original 1979 sci-fi classic Alien. Each piece (in this limited edition run there will only be 500) is individually painted and finished, each with its own unique quality and detail.

Artists:

  • Steve Riojas (Paint)
  • Pablo Viggiano (Sculpt)
  • Jesse Lincoln (Development)
  • The Sideshow Collectibles Design and Development Team

    Manufactured by Sideshow Collectibles, this exclusive edition includes the chest burster accessory shown in the second photo. Click here to see Big Chap from every angle and to pre-order yours today.

    Meet the Big Chap Alien Collectible from Sideshow Meet the Big Chap Alien Collectible from Sideshow

    Meet the Big Chap Alien Collectible from Sideshow Meet the Big Chap Alien Collectible from Sideshow

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