John Carpenter’s They Live 8-Inch Clothed Figures from NECA Command You to Obey
Consume! Obey! A truly underestimated film of the 1980s, They Live had a fun science-fiction venue hiding a deeper social commentary on mass manipulation through advertising. Horror master John Carpenter directed the film on a ruling class of extraterrestrials hiding at the sight and controlling people through subliminal signals in the media and commercials.
Exciting news from Toy Fair 2019, NECA, masters of sectarian action figures, have announced a new series of 8 "miniatures of the star thriller Roddy Piper.For the first time in its history, see the extraterrestrials as they really are without the help of technical sunglasses in this set of clad action figures, representing a male and female extraterrestrial.These two figures are accompanied by wristwatches that transport to the extraterrestrial command center, as well as television accessories, magazines, newspapers and necklaces Box window packaging.
Nada, a tramp with no meaning in his In life, he discovers a pair of sunglasses that can show the world what he really is – as he strolls the streets of Los Angeles, Nada realizes that the media and the government are all at home. they consist of messages designed to keep the population under control, and the fact that most social elites are extraterrestrials with a cranial face, determined to dominate the world. With this shocking discovery, Nada struggles to free humanity from aliens controlling the spirit.
As They Live continues to live as a classic cult, now your new action figures will be too. Now, if we could have Roddy Piper's Nada and Keith Daivd's Frank, we'd be ready. Hell, cast a sweet John Carpenter figurine with the clothes he wore on the set of They Live for the ultimate Carpenter's nerd and life would be complete. Hit, strike, NECA
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