Long ago in 1979, an 11-year-old boy named John White was cruelly forbidden to see the totally awesome R-Rated sci-fi film Alien. While most kids might let "never actually seeing the movie" get in the way of enjoying it, White did not, and thus made his own Alien comic book ad
H.R. Giger is best known for his work on the "Alien" movies and his ability to make everything look biomechanical and creepy, and if you think about it, his work wouldn't seem totally out of place in the ominous cityscape of Gotham
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