I also have a Rifle prop in kit form which I was told was cast from screenused. But I suppose if the thing is made of found objects, mine could have been cast from anything. :unsure
Please elaborate on the found parts.
I don't have pix of my kit tho. In the meantime here are some grabs from the movie.
I really liked those funky bubble helmets on the Martians in the film... wish I had a helmet for my spacesuit figure. If anybody vacforms some, let me know.
I really liked the little pistol too.
And there's the Spy Girl Gun... (I also snagged one of those Spy Girl action figures back when the movie came out, they were impossible to find at that time...)
And who doesn't want a grandma-blastin' cannon.
One of those walking robots would be cool too.... :rolleyes
I have a bunch of the toys that came out too... the movie themed ones and also the "bubble gum card" inspired figures. These aren't my pix but you get the idea.
Oh and of course the true MARS ATTACKS collector has got to own a complete set of the original 1960s BUBBLE GUM CARDS.
(mine are repros but still nice)... Sick sick stuff folks. This was marketed to children. No wonder I'm totally screwed up. :lol
The movie martians are directly inspired by the card designs.
Much more on the card series here
The card artist, Norm Saunders, also did some amazing Batman TV show cards as well). These are almost equally psychotic. :lol
Lots of spreadeagle Robin bondage on these for some reason....
A cool rarity is this "portfolio of Roughs", some preliminary sketches for the bubble gum cards...