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Beast Kingdom Toy Story Alien Statue Makes Us Go “OOOOOOOOOH!”

 |  |  |  January 16, 2020


Do you love the Toy Story series? Starting with Pixar’s 1995 classic, through last year’s Toy Story 4, the franchise been consistently packed with great characters, emotional story lines, and whimsical visuals. One of my favorite characters is the three-eyeballed alien species that Buzz Lightyear first encountered in the claw machine. Now check out this awesome collectible statue, inspired by the squeaky little green dudes.

The expert sculptors at Beast Kingdom designed this sweet 10″ tall sculpture that features one of these easily awed aliens taking a ride on spaceship arcade machine. It’s beautifully detailed, and looks like the three-eyed space creature just popped off of the movie screen. I especially love all the intricate controls inside of the spaceship.

It’s part of Beast Kingdom’s premium Master Craft series, so it’s definitely not a kid’s toy. And with a retail price of $259.99, it deserves a proud place on a nice high-up shelf where junior can’t get his or her hands on it.

You can pre-order this awesome Toy Story collectible now over on Entertainment Earth. It’s expected to ship starting this October. In the mean time, you can OOOOOOOOH over some classic Toy Story alien scenes below:



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