There are more than 1'000'000 different species of parasitoid wasps. By amount of species, this makes them the largest animal group in the world. They lay their eggs in the bodies of other insects or spiders, sooner or later causing the death of these hosts. The alien created by Dan O'Bannon, Ridley Scott and H.R. Giger uses the same reproduction mechanism that made the parasitoid wasp one of the most successful predators on earth.
This is more than just a vintage Alien t-shirt. Officially licensed by twentieth century fox films, It features a lightweight and sturdy latex reproduction of the chestburster seen in the 1986 ALIENS film. A true piece of wearable art, can be worn on stage, in the club or simply to go grocery shopping.
A Chestburster is the infant form of the Xenomorph, which are impregnated into living hosts by the Facehugger. Earning its' namesake, the Chestburster emerges forcibly from the chest of its host, killing it. The Chestburster is smaller and pale in color. Its arms are stuck to its chest, forcing it to crawl similar to a snake until it molts, freeing its arms and legs. Different chestburster variants vary in size and appearance.
Very good vintage condition, no holes or stains. Lightweight and sturdy latex chestburster in perfect condition.
Fruit of the Loom. Made in USA in 1991. Single stitch. 100% Cotton. Ofiicially licensed by 20th Century Fox.
Size L, fits like a generous large.
Pit to pit: 21.3 inches / 54 cm
Collar to hem: 31.5 inches / 80 cm
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