2018 Props & Sets
A great opportunity here for Batman and Justice League cosplayers to pose for photos with a full size Batwing! The Batwing was Batman's custom-built air combat vehicle and has had several different designs throughout the many years of the franchise. This version is based on the iconic design seen in the 1989 movie by Tim Burton, with Michael Keaton in the starring role. Bruce Wayne's immense wealth allowed him to kit out the vehicle with an impressive arsenal of mini-guns, guided missiles and armour - but alas, (spoiler alert) it was no match against The Joker (Jack Nicholson) who effortlessly shoots it down with his huge gun in a stand off during the films final act.
Batman fans are going to love this!
Please note that this is a fan built prop, it is not endorsed by or associated with Warner Brothers in any way.
Last seen spinning out of control at the end of Star Wars A New Hope when knocked off course by another TIE fighter, the Dark Lord of the Siths' TIE Advanced X1 is a most impressive vessel. Most kids who grew up in the 70's, 80's and 90's will fondly remember the Kenner and Hasbro toy versions of this ship but they won't be remotely prepared for how menacing this vehicle is at full size. Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get up close to this iconic vehicle. The nostalgia will be very strong in Liverpool!
Please note that this is a fan built prop, it is not endorsed by or associated with Lucasfilm or Disney in any way.
As flown by Starbuck and Apollo in the original Battlestar Galactica television series, this is a full size, screen accurate, Colonial Viper, created in memory of the late Richard Hatch. This first of it's kind and a one-off replica features cockpit screen controls, rumbling engine sound effects, battle damage, engine smoke effects and flashing landing lights. The Viper is one massive prop, dwarfing anyone in proximity. Expect to see Colonial Pilots and Cylon's abound this year at Liverpool Comic Con with this amazing prop and Dirk Benedict (Starbuck) himself attending.
Please note that this is a fan built prop, it is not endorsed by or associated with Universal in any way.
Used by Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) in Aliens to protect Newt and fight the Alien Queen, the stark yellow Caterpillar P-5000 Work Loader or 'Power Loader' as it's more commonly known was an exoskeleton suit designed to lift heavy objects and materials.
The prop builders researched every archive document and footage from the original movie version, to re-create the most accurate and realistic looking Power Loader to date.
This Loader prop sits inside a three dimensional Sulaco hangar set and features moving parts such as a pull-down locking cage, moving loader arms & claws plus flashing warning lights and hydraulic sound effects for a truly immersive experience and a great photo opportunity.
Please note that this is a fan built prop, it is not endorsed by or associated with 20th Century Fox in any way.
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