RETIRED

The items listed on this page have been sold out and retired by Executive Replicas.  

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2001 White Space Suite
2001 White Space Suite

2001 A Space Odyssey White Space Suite.

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2001 Green Space Suite
2001 Green Space Suite

2001 A Space Odyssey Green Space Suite.

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2001 BLUE
2001 BLUE

2001 A Space Odyssey Blue Space Suite.

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2001 Red Astronaut
2001 Red Astronaut

The first of our 2001 A Space Odyssey line. The red astronaut played by Keir Dulluea.

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Lady Death
Lady Death

Lady Death is a fictional goddess appearing in American comic books published by Coffin Comics. Created by Brian Pulido, Lady Death first appeared in Evil Ernie #1 in December 1991. Lady Death then reappeared in the Evil Ernie: The Resurrection miniseries published by Pulido under his now defunct company Chaos! Comics in 1994. The character was also the subject of a full-length animated feature film released in July 2004 by ADV Films.

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RED SONJA
RED SONJA

Red Sonja - outlaw, mercenary, warrior, and queen. After escaping her bloody origin, she hunted the wilderlands of Hyrkania, theived the streets and palaces of Pah-Disha, sold her sword on battlefields from Koth to Aquilonia, and liberated countless mugs of ale from barrels throughout the Hyborean world. Red Sonja slew the king who tried to possess her and freed the world from the dark sourcery of Kulan Gathe. Forced to flee her home-land, she rode west becoming Red Sonja,

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Shi
Shi

Shi (Ana Ishikawa) is a fictional comic book character created by writer/illustrator William Tucci. She first appeared in Razor Annual #1 (1993) and has appeared in numerous books by various publishers ever since, most notably the publisher Crusade Comics. Shi is a young woman of mixed descent (Japanese and American). Japanese culture is deeply embedded in the storyline. The word shi literally translates to death (死) in Japanese, and Shi's signature weapon is the naginata.

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Battle Shi
Battle Shi

Shi (Ana Ishikawa) is a fictional comic book character created by writer/illustrator William Tucci. She first appeared in Razor Annual #1 (1993) and has appeared in numerous books by various publishers ever since, most notably the publisher Crusade Comics. Shi is a young woman of mixed descent (Japanese and American). Japanese culture is deeply embedded in the storyline. The word shi literally translates to death (死) in Japanese, and Shi's signature weapon is the naginata.

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Tomoe
Tomoe

Tomoe is a highly trained martial artist and warrior. While versed in many weapons, she chooses to use paper fans with razor blades. During her tenure as Shi, she continued to use these weapons as well as katanas.

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Van Helsing
Van Helsing

Daughter of famed inventor and vampire slayer, Abraham Van Helsing, Liesel Van Helsing continues her father’s legacy. She is a women living outside of her time, hailing from the seventeenth century. However, mystical events pulled her out of that time and into present day. During the day, Van Helsing spends her time creating new tools of vampiric destruction. At night, she employs those tools upon the legions of the undead.

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Panekillder Jane
Panekillder Jane

Jane Vasko was undercover cop who was left for dead when her cover was blown. Because of the chemical cocktail given to her by her enemy, Jane develops exceptional regenerative abilities that give her a unique, indestructible advantage. With nothing to live for and no way to die, Painkiller Jane is born and becomes an unstoppable force of nature seeking revenge on her enemies as she leaves a path of death and destruction in her wake.

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Caroline Munro
Caroline Munro

Caroline Munro (born 16 January 1949) is an English actress and model known for her many appearances in horror, science fiction and action films of the 1970s and 1980s.

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Hercules
Hercules

Hercules' mother was a mortal, but his father was Zeus - the king of the Greek gods. Jealous of Hercules, Zeus' wife, the goddess Hera, tried to kill him as a baby by sending serpents into his crib, but Hercules was a born fighter and crushed them with his bare hands. Throughout time and around the world, Hercules has been depicted in ancient art, tapestries, statues, paintings, comics, cartoons, and feature films. Of the countless iterations, there is one that stands out as being the most iconi

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Sheet 6a
Sheet 6a
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Sheena
Sheena

Originally conceived to be a counterpart to Burroughs' Tarzan, Sheena leapt off the pages of Fiction House comics in 1937 to become the very first female character to have her own title, four years before Wonder Woman. Since then, Sheena has been featured in comics, graphic novels, TV shows, and her own feature film. Although there have been many imitators, there will only ever be one jungle queen.

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Robin Hood
Robin Hood

Robyn Hood has become a beacon of hope to many. Using both her brains and incredible physical prowess, Robyn led a rebellion and liberated the city of Nottingham within the mystical realm of Myst. But she’s now begun a new life as a private detective in modern day New York City. Specializing in cases of a supernatural variety, those Robyn takes on are of a much stranger and more dangerous nature than most. But her success at uncovering the truth has created many enemies who see her as a threat.

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Stormy Tempest
Stormy Tempest

The crime-fighting superhero is wearing her iconic space patrol outfit and earrings. Stormy Tempest was an intrepid Space Patrol officer, fighting crime throughout the known universe in the far-flung future, until circumstances turned her into an outlaw. Armed with nothing more than her ray-blaster, rocket belt and keen wit, she continues to right wrongs and battle for the underdogs wherever fate takes her. Currently stranded on Earth in the 21st century.

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Domino Lady
Domino Lady

Created by "Lars Anderson", The Domino Lady is a masked pulp heroine first appearing in a 1936 issue of Saucy Romantic Adventures. The Domino Lady is really University of California, Berkeley-educated socialite Ellen Patrick. When her father, District Attorney Owen Patrick, is murdered, she puts on a domino mask to avenge him. She is armed with two .45 pistols and her beauty. The Domino Lady charms, outwits, and allures her adversaries.

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N.O.T.L.D. Cemetery Zombie
N.O.T.L.D. Cemetery Zombie

"To all our fans and customers...thank you for the great support in helping us sell out of our first action figure release if Bill Hinzman Night of the Living Dead Cemetery Zombie figure. It was a lot of fun producing the piece and the other figures from the film are looking great.

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Bettie Page
Bettie Page

Bettie Page, the iconic queen of the pin-ups, with her heart stopping smile and legendary curves, could make the coldest heart melt with just a wink of an eye. Executive Replicas is proud to present the 1/4 scale statue of the Queen herself.

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Barbara
Barbara

From the Night of the Living Dead.

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Fu Manchu
Fu Manchu

Dr. Fu Manchu is a fictional character introduced in a series of novels by British author Sax Rohmer during the first half of the twentieth century. The character was also featured extensively in cinema, television, radio, comic strips, and comic books for over 90 years, and has become an archetype of the evil criminal genius while lending the name to the Fu Manchu moustache.

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Zach
Zach

John Zacherle sometimes credited as John Zacherley; September 26, 1918 – October 27, 2016) was an American television host, radio personality, and voice actor. He was best known for his long career as a television horror host, often broadcasting horror movies in Philadelphia and New York City in the 1950s and 1960s.[1] Best known for his character of "Roland/Zacherley, RIP

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Edited Image 2013-3-21-15:35:13
Edited Image 2013-3-21-15:35:13

Invasion of the Saucer Men (a.k.a. Invasion of the Hell Creatures, with the working title Spacemen Saturday Night), is a 1957 black-and-white science fiction/horror comedy film, produced by James H. Nicholson for release by his American International Pictures. The film was directed by Edward L. Cahn and stars Steven Terrell and Gloria Castillo. The screenplay by Robert J. Gurney Jr. and Al Martin was based on the 1955 short story "The Cosmic Frame" by Paul W. Fairman.

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