Spring is in the air, Facehugger eggs are ready to hatch, and a new Alien movie will be released in theaters this May. It's a great time to be a Xenomorph fan, and Mondo and Alamo Drafthouse are teaming up to celebrate the season with a new Alien poster and Aliens ceramic tiki mug, the latter of which will be given to moviegoers seeing Alien: Covenant at Alamo Drafthouses in select cities.

From Mondo: "We're teaming up with our friends at Alamo Drafthouse to release a new poster and tiki mug glazeway in celebration of Ridley Scott's ALIEN: COVENANT, in theaters May 19th!

Alien by N.C. Winters. 24"x36" screen print. Timed Edition. Available on mondotees.com from Tuesday (4/18) through Friday (5/19). Printed by D&L Screenprinting. $50

H.R. Giger’s iconic design for the Xenomorph is just about perfect. It’s instantly identifiable, timeless and terrifying. N.C. Winters has paid wonderful tribute to Giger’s brilliant design in his poster for ALIEN. N.C.’s rendering and careful attention to detail across the Xeno design is stunning.

The poster will be on sale as an extended timed edition release, available starting now and running through May 19th when ALIEN: COVENANT is released in theaters.

Aliens Ceramic Tiki Mug (Alamo Drafthouse Exclusive). Approx. 8" in height, Material: Ceramic. Artists: Michael Bonanno, Tom "Thor" Thordason, Tiki Farm.

We're excited to offer a new ALIENS Tiki Mug glazeway exclusive to the Alamo Drafthouse! ALIEN: COVENANT ticket purchasers in Austin, New York and San Francisco will receive exclusive access to the mug through their ticket confirmation receipt. Purchase your screening tickets here!

Alamo Drafthouse theaters nationwide will have this version available in lobbies in late May. Stay tuned for official release date!"

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    Raised on a steady diet of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps books and Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Derek has been fascinated with fear since he first saw ForeverWare being used on an episode of Eerie, Indiana.

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