Updated: April 23, 2012|
LOST IN SPACE MONSTER – ULTRA-RARE RESIN MODEL - Before the
Enterprise ever cruised the tube at warp speed, another
fabulous Earth ship blasted through space on a weekly
The ship was the Jupiter-2, carrying a pilot, a family, a
saboteur, and a robot, all soon to be hopelessly "Lost In
Space" for three colorful seasons. Lucky for us too, as the
infamous Sci-fi series offered its viewers a dazzling array of
otherworldly adventures, complete with a cavalcade of cosmic
creatures... like this one.
Here is one of the show's gooey outer space aliens, lovingly
rendered as a resin model figure from many moons ago.
The kit dates back to the early '90's, when New Jersey-based
sculptor Charlie Stoddard produced a series of fun garage kits
through his company Plastic Age Concepts. His Lost in Space
monster is 1/6 scale, standing 12 1/2" tall when assembled,
including its rocky terrain display base. All parts are
cleanly cast in solid off-white resin, assembling easily to
build the clutching extraterrestrial.
Although Lost In Space has remained hugely popular for over 40
years now, figures of its many monsters are as rare as landing
on Alpha Centauri. An ultra obscure invader, on this planet,
or any other, this one's complete, unbuilt, and packaged in
its original box, just waiting to visit your world.