“From the heights of these pyramids, forty centuries look down upon us” – Napoleon Bonaparte
Ripley and the ‘Facehuggers’ from the Alien film series get the kawaii treatment with the help of Los Angeles-based artist Truck Torrence. Torrence has made cutesy interpretations of many pop culture icons such as Disney characters, Star Wars and even the film The Martian.
The entities emerged en masse from the bushes around, drawn by the strange spectacle. Freeing themselves from the hidden black and green shadows, their eyes and mouths began to go wide with amazement. This was the most moving thing they had seen since they materialised on Earth.
This scene originally came from the 1997 anime film Princess Mononoke, directed by Hayao Miyazaki. It was animated by Studio Ghibli and produced by Toshio Suzuki.
Will Smith as Agent J from the Men in Black films. A special part of his toolkit is the neuralyzer, a cigar-shaped device that erases the memories of anyone who looks at it. Useful for keeping hush-hush about aliens and sorts.
In VCGA No. 52, posted yesterday, we saw aliens throttling bit-part actors, now they have turned their violent attentions to our space programme. And to think some people want to establish contact with them. Risky business, judging by this weekend’s classic GIFs.
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