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  1. rrjrstatueman Custom Daredevil

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    Nice Raf!
    I may bite aswell.
     
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    It is cool , it's just such a cool representation of an alien suit being displayed
     
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    Totally agree...this is something special.
    And I LOVE the display case with base as seen in the Giger museum.
     
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    Seems smaller than 1/3 scale...
    A bit too smooth like plastic feeling...
     
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  7. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    Look again Zhong...it is freaking 34"/86cm tall !Take a look at the table top view size comparison.
    It means that it is almost 13cm taller than the cinemaquette version!Although the body of the cinemaquette is not fully stretched out the CP Big Chap is 'at least' the same size.
    The smooth surface is exactly the same as the suit as discussed many times before..Cinemaquette version was an idealised version from Komoda.The CP Big Chap is the suit exactly as seen in the movie.For those who want accuracy this is it.


    https://www.sideshowtoy.com/collectibles/alien-gigers-alien-coolprops-903213/
     
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    This Big Chap is indeed what his name claims to be...

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  9. rrjrstatueman Custom Daredevil

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    I saw this impersonation Comicon and it is a beauty and big and not toy like at all
     
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  10. bioman Demands Audiences

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    Ok thanks guys
    Someone know his weight? I saw only 10kg.... very light... for 2k euro and size, im waiting for 20kg minimum...
     
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    Where did you get the 10 kg from Zhong?...I've been searching and I can't find the weight anywhere...I'd be surprised if it was only 10kg...although 10 kg without the base wouldn't be too shabby I guess as we are talking about a very thin character...10 kg with the base would be indeed on the light side...idk
     
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  12. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    O wow...this Alien Big Chap production piece looks really really good...hoping this is exact what people will be getting.


     
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    This bust could be a gamechanger for Coolprops.Well done!
     
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    Do you guys think coolprops are gonna release more HR Giger originals? because I dont know about you guys but I have seen enough alien stuff the only one that has my interest is the Giger alien, but the Giger stuff is really amazing like this Sil or the Unused runner alien concept in his museum:
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    But I am probably in the minority here haha
     
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  15. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    Well,Alien and Predator stuff is their only livelihood...they are buying all these original Alien & Predator props from all the movies for a reason...of course they will release more Alien collectibles for many years to come.So glad there are companies such as ECC , Coolprops and Chronicle to give fans other collectibles besides Star Wars,Marvel and DC.
    Now that CP is connected with Giger's museum I wouldn't be surprised to see non-movie Giger pieces in the future.
     
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    Yeah well Of course it's good they do alien and pred, but now that they are connected with Giger's museum I really hope to see more of his pieces in the future as well, especially a Sil like that, I know there is a kit already but just imagine coolprops doing it :) I am tempted to buy the kit though ;)
     
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    I saw it somewhere but dont remember...maybe just a mistake from the website...
     
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    I'll go along with a lifesize Sil in human form... :sofa:
     
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    1/3 AVP Alien Queen bust

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