Today is Alien Day 2019! Fans celebrate Alien Day on 4/26, as it is named for planet LV-426, where the Alien Derelict Ship is discovered. We’ve rounded up every related photo shoot we’ve done over the years. Below, you’ll find Aliens photo galleries from NECA, Hiya Toys, Diamond Select Toys, Eaglemoss Hero Collector, Tamashii Nations, Titan and Funko ReAction. Enjoy!
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A new series of 4″ scaled figures debuted last month at GameStop stores. This exclusives series of figures are based on the popular Fallout video game series. There are four figures, each based on one of the power armors from the game. This new series allows fans to mix and match parts between the figures, as well as numerous other figures, as it uses the Glyos system for the connection points. Included are:
Each figure is priced at $9.99. They can also be found in stores. Just Toys, who is producing the figures, sent along a set for us to check out. You can see my photos and thoughts after the jump.
Today is Alien Day and the internet is celebrating the Alien franchise. Alien Day, 4/26, is named so for planet LV-426, where our heroes encounter the dreaded Alien Xenomorphs in the second film; Aliens. We’ll have more Aliens themed galleries coming very soon. Below, you’ll find every Aliens gallery we’ve done, including NECA, Diamond Select Toys, Eaglemoss, Tamashii Nations, Titan and Funko ReAction. Enjoy!
NECA Aliens Galleries
Eaglemoss Aliens Galleries
Diamond Select Toys Aliens Galleries
Other Aliens Galleries
A new series of Fallout video game figures have popped up on the GameStop website. These figures, based on the various armors from the game, feature parts that are interchangeable between them. Dubbed “Mega Merge”, these are actually figures using the Glyos system for interchangeable parts, and are fully compatible with other figures that use the system. For those unfamiliar, Glyos was a style of interchangeable parts all using a consistent peg system that allows for complete customization. It was developed by by Matt Doughty and Michelle Doughty of Onell Design. We’ve featured figures, such as Toyfinity Toys’ Robo Force that use the Glyos system.
These new Fallout Figures are being developed by Titan Trading Intl, Inc. These will stand about 4″ tall and come packaged in window boxes. There are currently four figures listed. They include:
They are priced at $9.99 each. They are due out on March 15th. Read on for a few images of the figures.