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Make Your Collection More Disturbing With This Unlicensed A CLOCKWORK ORANGE Toy

Make Your Collection More Disturbing With This Unlicensed A CLOCKWORK ORANGE Toy

Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange is considered one of the greatest films of all time. Its main protagonist (or antagonist, depending on your point of view), Alex DeLarge, is also considered one of the all-time greatest movie villains, played brilliantly by Malcolm McDowell.

Now you can have your own Alex in your home to display to the envy (or horror) of your friends. Craftone has designed “Clockwise Alex,” an unofficial figure based on the leader of the Droogs, which is currently available as a pre-order for release sometime in 2016. It’s 1/6 scale, similar to the Hot Toys figures we profile on this site. He comes with three sets of interchangeable hands, and his costume also comes with his cane (hidden dagger included), milk cup, and mask.

Clockwise Alex 3

His costume and the swagger with which you can pose him fit perfectly with the beginning of the film. There doesn’t appear to be an alternate “eyes forced open so he can be brainwashed” head according to the description, so if you get scared at night as he is just staring at you from the shelf, playing Beethoven will NOT help (why would you put him on a shelf so he’s facing you while you are sleeping, anyway? That’s on you, if you think about it.)

You can check out more photos of the figure in the gallery below.

So what do you think? Have you already pre-ordered your figure? What other deranged psychopaths would you like to have on your shelf? Let me know on Twitter or enjoy some milk plus in the comments below.

IMAGES: Craftone

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