Also new is The Invaders Diorama featuring a memorable scene from famous The Twilight Zone episode. The resin statue features a diminutive Invader, U.S. Air Force Space Probe No. 1, and a rooftop scene complete with fearsome giant. This first diorama in this new series is an SDCC Exclusive, limited to 750 pieces.
Henry Bemis is back, this time in bobble head form! Burgess Meredith's memorable role from the 1959 episode "Time Enough at Last" focuses on a nearsighted bank clerk who found himself in a post-apocalyptic world following a nuclear attack. Henry returns now as a wonderfully detailed 7-inch scale black-and-white resin bobble head that measures about 6 3/8-inches tall, including the base. Complete with cracked eyeglasses, he's seated among stacks of his beloved books!
Last year at Comic-Con The Icons of the Twilight Zone bobble head exclusive sold out quickly. We went back to the drawing board and updated this very popular piece with more accurate icons from the opening sequence of The Twilight Zone. They include a clock with bell, a cracked window with trees in the background, E=MC2, a doll with hair, and that unforgettable eyeball. The clock, the window, and E=MC2 all bobble! If you acquired the first one, and especially if you missed out on it, don't miss this version - The Icons of The Twilight Zone - Revisted
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