Auch Face Huggers sind liebesbedürftig! Diese Alien Face Hugger Free Hugs Diorama Q-Fig basiert auf dem furchteinflößenden Filmklassiker Alien ! Der Face Hugger ragt aus seinem klebrigen Ei heraus und wartet auf sein nächstes Opf... ähm seine nächste Umarmung natürlich. Diese Alien Face Hugger Free Hugs Diorama Q-Fig ist ca. 9 cm hoch und in einer Box mit Sichtfenster verpackt.
In our Rogue Q-Fig diorama, the team's very own southern belle leaps off the X-Men logo base and directly into the face of danger. Rogue is positioned so she is nearly suspended in mid-air, hovering just above her stand. Sporting her iconic white-streaked hair, Rogue is preparing to remove her glove and absorb the abilities of any who foolishly oppose her. Though she's barely touching the diorama, she's safely secured and ready to display. Just don't let her touch you. This QMx Q-Fig Diorama captures Rogue’s essence, down to her signature leather jacket and headband, with hand-painted details and an X-Men display base. Rogue stands 4 inches tall including the base. Hailing from the American South, Rogue can't touch anyone without absorbing their personality, memories, abilities and powers. Both a blessing and a curse, Rogue's mutant powers have made her one of the most prominent members of the X-Men since the 1980s. Originally conceived as a villain, much of Rogue's history is shrouded in mystery. Rogue is just one in our series of Marvel Q-Fig Dioramas, so be sure to check out the rest of our amazing superheroes and villains. Collect them all and display them together!
In the final chapter of the original Star Wars trilogy, the Rebel Alliance penetrates the forest moon of Endor in order to shut down the deflector shield generator that is protecting the second Death Star. During the mission, Princess Leia is separated from her team and befriends Wicket the Ewok who proves to be great ally for the Rebel Alliance in the dangerous battle of Endor. Sidshow and Hot Toys present the Princess Leia and Wicket Sixth Scale Collectible Figure Set! The highly-accurate Princess Leia collectible figure is specially crafted based on the appearance of Leia Organa in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. It features a stunning head sculpt with astonishing likeness and new hair sculpture, Leia's Endor outfit, a camouflage pattern poncho, helmet, blaster, watch, diorama accessories and an Endor themed figure base. The Wicket collectible figure is finely crafted based on the appearance of Wicket featuring a highly detailed face sculpture, newly developed multiple layers of fabric hair with various shades of white and brown throughout whole body capturing Ewok's unique appearance. Wicket also features a spear, drumsticks, a variety of hands, diorama accessory and an Endor themed figure base. Furthermore, this collectible figures set will exclusively include a stormtrooper and Death Star Trooper helmet with weathering effects.
Good Kitty! Solid objects pose no obstacle to the X-Men team member known as Shadowcat. And apparently neither do massive, mutant-hunting sentinels, because Kitty Pryde is phasing right through one in our spectacular new Kitty Pryde and Lockheed Q-Fig Elite Diorama. Katherine “Kitty” Pryde was the youngest mutant to join the X-Men, but certainly not the least powerful. Shadowcat possesses the ability to pass through solid matter by altering the space between her atomic particles. That’s pretty handy, especially when you’re fighting giant robots that are programmed to hunt and destroy you. The newest addition to our X-Men Q-Fig series, Kitty is joined by her pet dragon, Lockheed, as they put the finishing touches on an absolute smackdown delivered to a vicious sentinel. Lockheed lifts Kitty high into the air as they pass right through the big baddie’s head, stripping out some vital components along the way. Kitty’s exuberant face captures the thrill she feels as she lays low the mighty sentinel. The Kitty Pryde and Lockheed Q-Fig Elite stands approximately 5 inches tall and stands atop a Sentinel-themed diorama base. Featuring a special guest appearance from Lockheed, collect Kitty and the rest of our X-Men Q-Figs today!
In Spider-Man: Far From Home Peter Parker returns for a summer trip to Europe with his best friends, and he had hoped to leave Super-Heroics behind for a few weeks. While abroad, the young Spidey is recruited by Nick Fury to investigate a series of attacks, creating havoc across the continent. To prepare fans for Spider-Man's latest adventure, Sideshow and Hot Toys are very excited to officially present the Deluxe Version sixth scale Spider-Man Collectible Figure featuring his brand new tactical Stealth Suit! Sophisticatedly crafted with striking likeness of Spider-Man's appearance portrayed by Tom Holland in the movie, the figure features a newly developed masked head sculpt which exposes part of his face and includes 3 pairs of interchangeable Spider-Man eyepieces to create numerous Spider-Man's expressions. The figure also includes a newly tailored black stealth suit with intricate details, not to mention a variety of spider-web shooting effect parts for dynamic poses. Hot Toys is pleased to have the first diorama figure base beautifully designed by Studio HIVE for the Deluxe Version. Inspired by the battle scenes against Molten Man, this elaborated diorama figure base features 2 LED light up modes is absolutely a must-have for fans of Spider-Man. Add the latest friendly neighborhood Spider-Man to your Marvel collectibles today!
Wicket W. Warrick was the brave young Ewok who willingly joined the Rebellion and aided in the battle against the Empire on the forest moon of Endor. Even before he encountered the Rebels, Wicket had devised methods for defeating the Imperial machines, plans which were implemented after the Ewok befriended Princess Leia and recruited his tribe to the Alliance's cause. During the Battle of Endor, Wicket fought valiantly alongside his new allies. Sideshow and Hot Toys present the Wicket Sixth Scale Collectible Figure from Star Wars: Return of the Jedi! Skillfully crafted with great details, the Wicket collectible figure features a highly detailed face sculpture, newly developed multiple layers of fabric hair with various shades of white and brown throughout whole body capturing Ewok's unique appearance. Wicket also features a spear, drumsticks, a variety of hands, diorama accessory and an Endor themed figure base. This adorable and highly detailed Wicket Collectible figure will surely stand out in your treasured Star Wars collectibles display!
In Space, No One Can Hear You... ...bleed, burn, or get torn to shreds. There’ll be little time for screaming once one of these nightmarish creations of the mad gods get close. The titular monster from Ridley Scott’s Alien film franchise, the Xenomorph has sent shivers down the spines of movie fans for over forty years. And now it can terrify you as it takes up residence in your Q-Fig collection. Our Xenomorph Q-Fig presents the ultimate predator as it descends a metal chain while hunting some very unfortunate prey. Featuring vicious claws and the trademark Alien double jaw, the Xenomorph is held aloft by only the sticky slime oozing from the creature’s maw and a heavy cargo chain. Did you need a Q-Fig this frightening? Maybe not. But you know you want it, and so will every fan of the Aliens films. The perfect killing machine is now the perfect collectible. The Alien Xenomorph Q-Fig stands approximately 5 inches tall and stands atop a starship-themed diorama base. Collect the Xenomorph, Ripley & Power Loader and the Face Hugger today to complete your Alien Q-Fig collection!
The complete seven seasons of the US comedy drama, plus the four-part revival series, 'A Year in the Life', following the relationship between 30-something single mother Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and her daughter, Rory (Alexis Bledel). Season 1 episodes are: 'Pilot', 'The Lorelais' First Day at Chilton', 'Kill Me Now', 'The Deer Hunters', 'Cinnamon's Wake', 'Rory's Birthday Parties', 'Kiss and Tell', 'Love and War and Snow', 'Rory's Dance', 'Forgiveness and Stuff', 'Paris Is Burning', 'Double Date', 'Concert Interruptus', 'That Damn Donna Reed', 'Christopher Returns', 'Star-Crossed Lovers and Other Strangers', 'The Breakup: Part 2', 'The Third Lorelai', 'Emily in Wonderland', 'P.S. I Lo...' and 'Love, Daisies and Troubadours'. Season 2 episodes are: 'Sadie, Sadie', 'Hammers and Veils', 'Red Light On the Wedding Night', 'The Road Trip to Harvard', 'Nick and Nora/Sid and Nancy', 'Presenting Lorelai Gilmore', 'Like Mother, Like Daughter', 'The Ins and Outs of Inns', 'Run Away, Little Boy', 'The Bracebridge Dinner', 'Secrets and Loans', 'Richard in Stars Hollow', 'A-Tisket, A-Tasket', 'It Should Have Been Lorelai', 'Lost and Found', 'There's the Rub', 'Dead Uncles and Vegetables', 'Back in the Saddle Again', 'Teach Me Tonight', 'Help Wanted', 'Lorelai's Graduation Day' and 'I Can't Get Started'. Season 3 episodes are: 'Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days', 'Haunted Leg', 'Application Anxiety', 'One's Got Class and the Other One Dyes', 'Eight O'Clock at the Oasis', 'Take the Deviled Eggs...', 'They Shoot Gilmores, Don't They?', 'Let the Games Begin', 'A Deep-Fried Korean Thanksgiving', 'That'll Do, Pig', 'I Solemnly Swear', 'Lorelai Out of Water', 'Dear Emily and Richard', 'Swan Song', 'Face-Off', 'The Big One', 'A Tale of Poes and Fire', 'Happy Birthday, Baby', 'Keg! Max!', 'Say Goodnight, Gracie', 'Here Comes the Son' and 'Those Are Strings, Pinocchio'. Season 4 episodes are: 'Ballrooms and Biscotti', 'The Lorelais' First Day at Yale', 'The Hobbit, the Sofa, and Digger Stiles', 'Chicken Or Beef?', 'The Fundamental Things Apply', 'An Affair to Remember', 'The Festival of Living Art', 'Die, Jerk', 'Ted Koppel's Big Night Out', 'The Nanny and the Professor', 'In the Clamor and the Clangor', 'A Family Matter', 'Nag Hammadi Is Where They Found the Gnostic Gospel', 'The Incredible Sinking Lorelais', 'Scene in a Mall', 'The Reigning Lorelai', 'Girls in Bikinis, Boys Doin' the Twist', 'Tick, Tick, Tick, Boom!', 'Afterboom', 'Luke Can See Her Face', 'Last Week Fights, This Week Tights' and 'Raincoats and Recipes'. Season 5 episodes are: 'Say Goodbye to Daisy Miller', 'A Messenger, Nothing More', 'Written in the Stars', 'Tippecanoe and Taylor, Too', 'We Got Us a Pippi Virgin', 'Norman Mailer, I'm Pregnant!', 'You Jump, I Jump, Jack', 'The Party's Over', 'Emily Says Hello', 'But Not As Cute As Pushkin', 'Women of Questionable Morals', 'Come Home', 'Wedding Bell Blues', 'Say Something', 'Jews and Chinese Food', 'So... Good Talk', 'Pulp Friction', 'To Live and Let Diorama', 'But I'm a Gilmore!', 'How Many Kropogs to Cape Cod?', 'Blame Booze and Melville' and 'A House Is Not a Home'. Season 6 episodes are: 'New and Improved Lorelai', 'Fight Face', 'The UnGraduate', 'Always a Godmother, Never a God', 'We've Got Magic to Do', 'Welcome to the Dollhouse', 'Twenty-One Is the Loneliest Number', 'Let Me Hear Your Balalaikas Ringing Out', 'The Prodigal Daughter Returns', 'He's Slippin' 'Em Bread... Dig?', 'The Perfect Dress', 'Just Like Gwen and Gavin', 'Friday Night's Alright for Fighting', 'You've Been Gilmored', 'A Vineyard Valentine', 'Bridesmaids Revisited', 'I'm OK, You're OK', 'The Real Paul Anka', 'I Get a Sidekick Out of You', 'Super Cool Party People', 'Driving Miss Gilmore' and 'Partings'. Season 7 episodes are: 'The Long Morrow', 'That's What You Get, Folks, for Makin' Whoopee', 'Lorelai's First Cotillion', ''S Wonderful, 'S Marvelous', 'The Great Stink', 'Go, Bulldogs!', 'French Twist', 'Introducing Lorelai Planetarium', 'Knit, People, Knit!', 'Merry Fisticuffs', 'Santa's Secret Stuff', 'To Whom It May Concern', 'I'd Rather Be in Philadelphia', 'Farewell, My Pet', 'I'm a Kayak, Hear Me Roar', 'Will You Be My Lorelai Gilmore?', 'Gilmore Girls Only', 'Hay Bale Maze', 'It's Just Like Riding a Bike', 'Lorelai? Lorelai?', 'Unto the Breach' and 'Bon Voyage'. 'A Year in the Life' episodes are: 'Winter', 'Spring', 'Summer' and 'Fall'.
This "richly appointed and generously portrayed" (Kirkus Reviews) debut novel tells the story of a WASPy, old-Boston family coming face-to-face with an America much larger than the one it was born in. Caroline Dunlap has written off the insular world of the Boston deb parties, golf club luaus, and WASP weddings that she grew up with. But when she reluctantly returns home after her college graduation, she finds that not everything is quite as predictable, or protected, as she had imagined. Her father, the eccentric, puritanical Jack Dunlap, is carrying on stoically after the breakup of his marriage, but he can't stop thinking of Rosita, the family housekeeper he fired almost six months ago. Caroline's little brother, Eliot, is working on a giant papier-mâche diorama of their town - or is he hatching a plan of larger proportions? As the real reason for Rosita's departure is revealed, the novel culminates in a series of events that assault the fragile, sheltered, and arguably obsolete world of the Dunlaps. Opening a window into a family's repressed desires and fears, The Hazards of Good Breeding is a startlingly perceptive comedy of manners that heralds a new writer of dazzling talent. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Suzanne Elise Freeman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/008600/bk_tant_008600_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.