This Sideshow limited-edition figure is rotocast vinyl and has limited articulation built into twisting joints. The shoulders can twist as does the antenna.
The figure also includes a small weapon, just like on the show. What exactly it does or how it works was never made entirely clear, but it seems to be a heat ray (or more likely microwave radiation) used to blow holes in walls and give the weird lady in the cabin some nice burns on her skin.
On the show the weapon lit up when used (not so on the toy) in case there was a dire need for an encore.
Mat Falls is the sculptor for the Invader, and his work can be seen in plenty of other Sideshow Collectibles figures.
The Invaders was a second-season episode of The Twilight Zone, and originally aired on January 27, 1961. The story was written by Richard Matheson (though there is scant text for the entire episode), who also wrote for the original Star Trek series. Matheson was known as a top-notch science fiction writer, and he was just one of the many superior writers that Rod Serling recruited for The Twilight Zone. Matheson's work would also end up in the 1980s revival of The Twilight Zone show, and on Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories.
Collector's Note: Near mint factory sealed packaging.
The Twilight Zone is possibly the best anthology series ever shown on television.