Diamond Select is bringing us one of sci-fi horror’s most recognizable kind of extraterrestrial, but in piggy-bank form! This eight-inch vinyl bust is based on the warrior-class xenomorphs from the famed 1974 classic Alien. There’s a bonus feature, too — the coin slot and bottom access door are discreetly fashioned so this looks just like any other collectible bust. No one will ever know where you keep your emergency candy money! Awesome.
Paired with a artful sculpting detail and very tasteful paint scheme, it’s clear that your Alien fix won’t be had until you nab this guy.
This bank is eight inches tall and looks just like any high-quality, detailed bust.
Another collaboration between toymakers Monogram and Marvel is here! The legendary Infinity Gauntlet was designed to hold six of the “soul gems” or Infinity Gems, and it represents a combination of powers that allow its wearer to do whatever they desire. Originally possessed by the ancient Elders of the Universe, the crazed Titan Thanos then snatched them up. At first, they were ruled as too dangerous to use together because of the massive amount of capability held within them, but when the Living Tribunal law against them was lifted, it was game on! Whether time travel or endless manipulation of space is your game, the Gauntlet can make its wearer totally omnipotent.
Now your spare change can be guarded by the mighty force of the Gauntlet! This piggy bank stands seven inches tall and is the perfect size for hanging out on a shelf or in a treasured spot alongside your other Marvel collectibles. Own it now.
Infinity Gems are forever.
Didja see the Guardians of the Galaxy movie yet? Very awesome villain! We just got in some Thanos coin banks.
Thanos, the Mad God of Titan, will turn his indomitable will to protecting your loose change with this detailed bust bank!
Sculpted by Patrick Piggott! Saving is logical, but busts are fun! Satisfy your human and Vulcan halves with the first in DST’s fascinating new line of Star Trek vinyl bust banks! This 8-inch rendering of the USS Enterprise’s famous first officer, Mr Spock, has a coin slot in the back and an access door in the base so you can store your spare change, as well as your conflicting emotions!