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Alien: Covenant answered the biggest most long-standing question

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Resurgence

May-29-2017 5:06 PM

So after seeing Alien: Covenant on May 18th we had a question that we as an audience has had since May 25th 1979: How Xenomorphs see. Which is very similar to the way we see.

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11 Responses to Alien: Covenant answered the biggest most long-standing question

joylitt

May-29-2017 5:11 PM

haha yes and it really served a purpose to the story...

Ripleys_Ghost

May-29-2017 5:16 PM

Like looking through a cataract.  Or, what Ridley sees when wearing beer goggles!

Ati

May-29-2017 6:01 PM

At least this item won't be included among the questions of 'The Haters' List of Alien Unanswered Questions'...

Falconer

May-30-2017 2:40 AM

Alien 3's fisheye perspective looked more "Alien" and visually effective than the perspective shown in Covenant.

Lone

May-30-2017 10:30 AM

Lol Ati, it will be on The Haters' List of Alien Covenant Effects instead! 

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Ati

May-30-2017 3:14 PM

Lone, lol, true! :D

ali81

May-31-2017 2:48 AM

wouldv rather they left that part out, scarier to think they used another method to hunt so no matter where u hid theyd find u

Gralen

May-31-2017 7:03 AM

You mean the part where the xeno attacks the landing craft and smashed his head against the windshield.

Hmmm, yeah i noticed two small indentations on the head

     

Resurgence

Jun-05-2017 4:02 AM

Gralen that's probably because it you know, just smashed it's head against a window capable of withstanding the elements of space, but you never know lol

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Gavin

Jun-05-2017 4:23 AM

So Alien: Covenant answered a long-standing question that was actually answered 25 years ago back in 1992's Alien 3; congratulations Ridley & Fox.

 

And the two indentations that can be seen behind the Xeno's dome in Alien: Covenant are the same as those seen in Alien - eye sockets...

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