In the early 1990s when ALIENS (1986) made its terrestrial TV debut, there was something of a merchandising revival and mainstream interest in all things ALIENS and Colonial Marines.
Even non licenced, but ALIEN style asthetic creatures or references in videogames (especially) and table-top "warhammer" style figurines had a small fan-fare.
The officially licenced "leading edge" games lead ALIEN queen.
I recall these weren't cheap; so there were knock-offs to complete the collection.
One was called (and my memory is stretched) "Krynex" or "Crynex" which tried to become its own thing, and started getting creative with ALIEN Queens that had phaser guns for arms, and biomechanical armour.
Imagine "ALIENS meets Dino-riders meets Warhammer"
The human side I'd argue their "colonial marines" looked more like the Colonial Marines than Leading Edge's officially licenced. They also had an almost ALIEN 3 Weyland Yutano Commando before it came to the screen.
Obviously I can't find anything and I recall a "hear say" rumour of a cease and desist and threatened with a copyright lawsuit.
Oh and the reason for this thread? I think I found two "ALIEN warriors" from this same Krynex line in the back of an old junk box!
Will have to use a close up image if anyone is interested in seeing them (unpainted).