Can You Name Every Alien in This All-Encompassing Scifi Cantina?

A mere crop of Vance Kelly’s epic Sci-Fi Cantina art print.
A mere crop of Vance Kelly’s epic Sci-Fi Cantina art print.
Photo: Hero Complex Gallery

If you like Easter eggs, posters, and genre movies, today is your lucky day.

Artists Vance Kelly and Kevin M. Wilson (also known as Ape Meets Girl) are teaming up for “Easter Eggs”—which, you guessed it, is a show wholly made up of artwork that is filled with Easter eggs.

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So, for example, here’s Kelly’s scifi cantina piece. Can you name all the aliens?

The full piece.
The full piece.
Photo: Hero Complex Gallery
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That poster, along with tons from various other genres, will first be on sale at 7:00 pm on March 21 at the Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles, CA. The art will then go online the next morning on the Hero Complex website.

If the concept looks a bit familiar, that’s because it was partially inspired by Wilson’s wildly popular Gremlins poster, which was done in a similar style a few months back.

And good news: Additional “artist proof” copies of that long-sold out poster will be on sale at the show, so if you missed it before, you can finally grab one.

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DISCUSSION

Are Ripley and Malcolm Reynolds considered aliens even though they are human?

The ape from Planet of the Apes is technically NOT an alien since it is from Earth. A future Earth, true, but still Earth.