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Hiya Toys to Release Alien: Covenant Figures

Hiya Toys continues their foray into the Alien franchise with a new line of Alien: Covenant figures likely due in 2018. Infinite Earths is reporting that the line is currently in development, and the first figures will be the Neomorph and Xenomorph. This will be Hiya’s first Alien film-based line, as until now they’ve only held the Aliens: Colonial Marines licence on the Alien side of things.

Although there are not any pictures at the moment, we should get our first look at the figures early next year during Toy Fair. In keeping with their current Aliens: Colonial Marines line, these figures will be 1/18th scale (classic G.I. Joe size).

 Hiya Toys to Release Alien: Covenant Figures

Hiya has kept their Aliens: Colonial Marines line going for a while now, with the Raven, Crusher, Power Loader, and APC still on the way. They also have the Predator 2 Lost Tribe due for release this month.

It’s a good time to be a collector with more and more companies offering an increasingly wide array of Alien and Predator products. If Hiya’s lines look appealing to you, be sure to check them out on Facebook and Twitter.

Thanks to Infinite Earths and ToyArk for the news. Keep a close eye on Alien vs. Predator Galaxy for the latest Alien and Predator news! You can follow us on FacebookTwitter and Instagram to get the latest on your social media walls. You can also join in with fellow Alien and Predator fans on our forums!

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Comments: 10
  1. Xenomrph
    Yeah, if I was collecting the Hiya stuff I could easily justify the price of the APC. If you're collecting the Hiya stuff at least you'll be getting an APC, I'll never see one from NECA  :laugh:
    That's actually the reason why Star Wars toys are 3.75" - back in the day, it was prohibitively expensive (both to produce, and for people to purchase) vehicles at the then-common 6" figure scale. So Kenner literally invented the 3.75" scale, because it allowed them to make vehicles to go with their Star Wars figures.
  2. RidgeTop
    Some pictures I haven't seen posted on here yet of upcoming products:


    Power Loader:





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