Collector's Corner: Alien Space Jockey, Wonder Woman + 10 more cool collectibles

February has finally fled, and spring is looming on the horizon.  In celebration of the return to warmer times, let's shed some light on this month's roundup of collector cravings recruited from the furthest reaches of the galaxy.  From our stunning spotlight selection of a 25-pound Alien Space Jockey sculpture to a statuesque Wonder Woman figure, one hellaciously angry Hulk, a Batmobile cell phone cover, the shock and awe of a Cherno Alpha jaeger, an atomic-breathed Godzilla, Age of Ultron charms and even a darling baby Drogon ring set, we've got the goods to bring a smile to your lips and a warmth to your wallet.  Ready for the rampage?  Let's get it started ...


This hefty Space Jockey maquette from Ridley Scott's Alien is rendered in 25 pounds of artfully sculpted polystone and hand-painted to perfection.  It's a movie-accurate replica that you may have to get help hoisting onto your most honored den shelf.  Based on the eerie biomechanical designs of Swiss artist H.R. Giger and discovered by the doomed crew of the Nostromo on LV-426, the fossilized former engineer is forever merged with his ship's captain's chair, eternally gazing into the dark abyss with his hollow, lifeless eyesockets.

An elite team of artists, researchers and sculptors at Sideshow have created the ultimate conversation piece tribute to Alien, and at the cost of $599.00, it's certain to put a serious dent in your bank account, but one well worth the mighty investment.  With a breathing helmet masking its true face and brittle bones bent outward from a vicious chestburster, this statue makes a solemn statement of your true devotion to Ridley Scott's outer-space opus.  Available for preorder now here with an expected delivery January 2016.

Still stunned by the immense Space Jockey statue?  Well, snap out of it, and let's venture forth into this month's main gallery of geeky goodies.

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