- n. A strange form.
- n. geology An allotriomorph.
- xeno- + -morph (Wiktionary)
“RE: baby xenomorph -- In the event of symptoms of indigestion/acid reflux/hiatal hernia, one might believe a baby xenomorph is attempting to punch out of the torso.”
“The look of the alien or "xenomorph" in the first movie was designed by legendary horror master H.R. Giger, but it was essentially a person in a suit.”
“A hoop of air shimmered, as molecules rammed into each other, delivering a near invisible punch to the target; on the ridgeline across the valley the xenomorph transmitter disintegrated.”
“Reading between the lines, I think you are calling Glenn Beck a xenomorph (and if you are, I think you are justified).”
“Does Prometheus revolve around some sort of three-way encounter between the space jockey race, humans and a nascent form of xenomorph?”
“Alternately, such a move might manage to pull off the previously impossible feat of topping the chestburster birthing scene from the first film – and all without a xenomorph in sight (thought they are bound to turn up at some point).”
“I'm thinking this could go two ways: we might get something akin to Jean-Pierre Jeunet's misjudged attempt to plunge the series into even weirder territory with all those messed up Ripleys and the half-xenomorph-half-human "newborn" in Alien: Resurrection.”
“But that thing looks KIND OF like a baby xenomorph.”
“And in Aliens, of course, the implacably vicious and ultra-relentless xenomorph.”
“Ridley Scott has commented that the familiar xenomorph from the Aliens film franchise will not appear in his planned two prequel movies.”
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A veritable parade of baddies and other ne'er-do-wells.
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