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Traditional Chinese brush painting of aliens 

Traditional Chinese brushpaintings are usually predictable in the sense that the strokes of watercolour usually etch out a poetic scene from nature of some sort, like twigs, or birds. Which is why this particular Chinese brush painting with aliens of the Ridley Scott variety has deservedly made the rounds on our social media feeds all week. It’s awesome.

lostateminor:

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Traditional Chinese brush painting of aliens

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Traditional Chinese brushpaintings are usually predictable in the sense that the strokes of watercolour usually etch out a poetic scene from nature of some sort, like twigs, or birds. Which is why this particular Chinese brush painting with aliens of the Ridley Scott variety has deservedly made the rounds on our social media feeds all week. It’s awesome.

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Invasion: California Hello, I’m Andrew Barr, the National Post’s resident monsterologist. Since the dawn of time, man has wondered, “Are we alone in the universe?” If Hollywood is to be believed (and why shouldn’t it?) the answer is “no.” And it seems aliens don’t like us very much, either, and for some reason California tends to be a major part of their plans. Sure, sometimes the visitors are friendly — sometimes their ship breaks down and California just seems like a great place to stop for parts. But as Battle: Los Angeles and last year’s Skyline show, some space monsters just think California makes a great beachhead for their plans of global mayhem. But is California really the easy target these aliens think it is? Let’s examine some of the more interesting tactics space creatures have employed in their invasions and what role the Golden State played. WARNING: Spoilers.

nationalpost:

Invasion: California
Hello, I’m Andrew Barr, the National Post’s resident monsterologist. Since the dawn of time, man has wondered, “Are we alone in the universe?” If Hollywood is to be believed (and why shouldn’t it?) the answer is “no.” And it seems aliens don’t like us very much, either, and for some reason California tends to be a major part of their plans. Sure, sometimes the visitors are friendly — sometimes their ship breaks down and California just seems like a great place to stop for parts. But as Battle: Los Angeles and last year’s Skyline show, some space monsters just think California makes a great beachhead for their plans of global mayhem. But is California really the easy target these aliens think it is? Let’s examine some of the more interesting tactics space creatures have employed in their invasions and what role the Golden State played. WARNING: Spoilers.