BioShock Infinite's Elizabeth and Boys of Silence immortalized in plastic figures

Irrational Games' online store is offering collectible figures featuring heroine Elizabeth and one of the Boys of Silence enemies from BioShock Infinite.

The figures, produced by licensed collectibles manufacturer NECA, are both around seven inches tall and feature articulating joints. Elizabeth also sports a skirt made of real fabric, and the Boy of Silence includes a "carefully concealed opening mouth mechanism" that makes him true to, and just as creepy as, his in-game counterpart.

Elizabeth and the Boy of Silence are available individually for $19.99 or bundled together for $34.99.

Irrational Games has added other BioShock Infinite merchandise to its online store, including lithographs featuring some of the title's promotional artwork. The lithographs feature the Handyman enemy, Charles and his murder of crows, and Elizabeth with her gaoler, the Songbird. Each piece is $25 and all three are available as a set for $65. The studio is also offering a limited lithograph set signed by Ken Levine and artist Rob Waters for $150.

NECA's replica of protagonist Booker DeWitt's Sky Hook weapon is currently available for pre-order through GameStop, and will be available in stores on Feb. 26.

BioShock Infinite will be released on March 26 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC.

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