The fabulous poster for this film. I have one and I have always liked the illogic of the scene with the heroine's exposed hands and upper chest to the cold & vacuum of space.
In 1968, a Japanese film with an entire Anglo cast was released on an unsuspecting public called “The Green Slime”. The plot involved an asteroid on a collision course with the Earth and the desperate attempt to prevent it from
happening. A special mission is launched to blow up the errant body which succeeds but one of the astronauts manages to track some of the alien life form from the asteroid into the orbiting space station. Curiously, a decontamination process to prevent such
an “infection” only causes the slime to grow at a rapid rate into tentacled cyclops' which quickly infect the station. This kit is of that creature.
I picked this up on eBay but I have no idea who produced it although I suspect
Biliken may have been involved in some way and the deep yellow color of the resin makes me think this kit is pretty old, maybe from the 90's. It has only four parts; a base, two tentacles and the main body. The quality of the cast was fair with only a few
defects that were easy to touch up. Assembly took all of 10 minutes, half of which was waiting for my epoxy glue to cure.