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Weta Workshop is proud to announce MINI EPICS: cool and quirky vinyl figures from the world of film, television, gaming, and beyond!


Vinyl Figure
(W x H x L) 12.4 cm x 15.2 cm x 11.9 cm
Weight: 0.187 lbs (0.085 kg)
Principal Sculptor:
Jorgelina Yeme Jorgelina Yeme

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Protect Jones, priority one, all other priorities are rescinded.

In 2019, we celebrated the 40th anniversary of Alien by unleashing the Xenomorph into our Mini Epics mix. We lost a few Executive Officers in the process. Luckily, our heroine has arrived to get the situation back under control.

The Nostromo’s initial resident is now joined by:

Mini Epics creative director Mauro Santini invited his skilled partner, Jorgelina Yeme, to share digital sculpting duties. This Argentina-born duo is affectionately known as the Mum and Dad of Mini Epics! Jorgelina’s talent produced badass female figures like Ripley. And she’s only just getting started…

Ripley joins our rapidly expanding Mini Epics family. Collect them all!

Please note: Images are of a pre-production prototype. Final product may vary.

SDCC Reveal: Mini Epics with Jorgelina and Mauro


In 2017, under the bright lights of San Diego Comic-Con, Mini Epics were born! Much smaller than swords and shields – and a great deal more chatty.

Super-stylised and ultra-expressive, this new cast of characters was created by Weta Workshop’s collectibles team, a dedicated crew of artists, technicians, craftspeople, and producers, all relishing the chance to distil oodles of personality into a small EPIC package.

The results speak for themselves. That knowing sparkle in those eyes – you didn’t think it got there by accident, do you? Tilt your head a little to the left and you might just catch a wink.

Endlessly collectible. Totally adorable. These pint-sized figures have BIG personalities.

Ready. Set. Collect!

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  1. Not Worth The Cost
    Their product photos are WAY better than the end product. I know things are never as nice as the product images but this is big enough of a difference to matter. All the colors on the figure are much darker/duller than the ones in photo. There are parts of the figure where parts attach together (like around Jonesy\'s mouth) and it isn\'t smooth/sealed nicely to the rest of the figure. The gun strap isn\'t a solid piece and is separated in the back. I don\'t know if it was just mine, or if all the Ripley figures have these issues but I think her hair was attached on kind of crooked.

    Overall it\'s a nice figure, but not for the price point.

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