Eaglemoss Announces Alien and Predator Hero Collector Museum!

Started by Corporal Hicks, Dec 17, 2021, 03:44:44 PM

Eaglemoss Announces Alien and Predator Hero Collector Museum! (Read 2,015 times)

Corporal Hicks

Eaglemoss, the company behind many Alien and Predator statues from both the films and expanded universe, has just announced the Hero Collector Museum. A new series in the same vein as their Marvel Museum Collection, the Hero Collector Museum will be a collection of mini-busts! And of interest to readers of Alien vs. Predator Galaxy are the debut busts from Aliens and Predator!

Arriving in 2022, Hero Collector Museum: Alien & Predator will bring fans face-to-face with two of the most iconic creatures in horror and sci-fi history – the Xenomorph and the Predator!

Recreated in screen-accurate detail, each hand-painted polyresin model stands between 6-8 inches tall atop a display stand emblazoned with its film of origin. Two perfect additions to any collector's desk – or any Predator's trophy wall!

Delivered in stylish windowed packaging perfect for retail shelves, this range is a product of Hero Collector's recent push into the retail market – with new imprints and display-friendly presentation designed to reach a larger mainstream audience.


We’ve got no set date just yet, but the new series will be arriving some time in 2022. If you’re interested in Eaglemoss’ other Alien and Predator, you can head on over to their official store to check out their character statues (also in XL size) and their ships!

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Corporal Hicks


When will the predator bio-mask be available for pre-order?
Was production delayed by the court case? 

Corporal Hicks

Not sure either way yet. But I'd imagine it'd be releasing a month or two after the Aliens head if they're going one release at a time.


Not a fan of the AVP 2004 style stretched open mouth or the position of the inner jaw.


Yeah that limp tongue (especially in such an attack/threat jaw pose) is just disappointing and confusing.

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