The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad 2-Horned Cyclops (32cm, 12-inch series, Star Ace Toys) - Standard Version

  • $ 184.99

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The master of stop-motion special Effects, Ray Harryhausen, created many memorable creatures. One of the most popular is the Cyclops and he did more than one version.

Star Ace had such great success with the original single horned Cyclops that now they are bringing out the 2-horned version, most famous for fighting a dragon.

This menacing creature has an articulated eyeball that can be rotated. His jaw is also articulated for different display options.

Traditionally sculpted by the artisans of the famed creature shop of Kaibutsuya, this detailed Cyclops statue is made from soft vinyl and stands 32cm tall. Each piece is hand-painted to bring out the very fine details of the sculpt.


  • Approx. 12.59 inches tall (32cm)
  • Made of soft vinyl
  • Based on The 7th Voyage of Sinbad
  • Part of the Ray Harryhausen 100th Anniversary series
  • Rolling eyeball and articulate jaw
  • Highly detailed


  • 2-Horned Cyclops figure