New fan art brings the Alien Universe to Jurassic World! Imagine this... An Engineer Juggernaut enters Earth's atmosphere, having been scheduled to check up on their seeded life forms after 2,000 years. Following their dismay with what they witness, the Engineers decide to drop a full payload of the Black Goo Alien pathogen onto the planet's surface, polluting and infecting all life on Earth - including the Dinosaurs roaming on Isla Nublar from Jurassic World!
This would make for a rather crazy and far fetched cross over, one that artist Raph Lomotan couldn't help but envision. He recently shared the following remarkable piece of artwork he created, of a Black Goo spawned Indominusmorph! Talk a bout hybrid of a hybrid of a hybrid!
Although these two franchises would never cross over, the concept of such a merging is one sci-fi fans can appreciate and debate on for days on end. Having seen this concept conveyed on paper, one must wonder if this Indominusmorph could hold its own against a fully grown Xenomorph Queen? For the sake of hypothetical discussions, what do you think the outcome of such a fight would be? Curious to see your thoughts in the comments section!
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