Titan Books Announces “Alien – The Archive Limited Edition” Signed by Ridley Scott & Sigourney Weaver

First off, let us just get this out of the way… NO copies of this fantastic, must-have book are signed by BOTH Ridley Scott and Sigourney Weaver.  That being said, we want the Ridley Scott version and we will track Sigourney down to get her signature!

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Titan Books has created a lavish, beautifully produced Limited Edition of their bestselling 2014 illustrated book Alien – The Archive. This highly collectible edition is split into two batches, one signed by Ridley Scott and one signed by Sigourney Weaver.
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Only 125 copies of this book exist in the world.

50 are signed by Ridley Scott, director of ALIEN (1979) and are numbered 1 – 50.

75 are signed by Sigourney Weaver, who played Ellen Ripley in ALIEN (1979) and are numbered 1 – 75.

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Alien – The Archive is a beautiful celebration of the landmark film series, delving deep into the process of how all four films were created. This extremely rare edition is presented in a specially designed clamshell case, with a tip-in sheet featuring illustrations by Ridley Scott from his early sketches for ‘Alien’ (1979)

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You can pre-order the book now at the following links. Your card will be charged immediately:

Signed by Sigourney Weaver – ORDER NOW

Signed by Ridley Scott – ORDER NOW

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