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18th Aug '16 1:10:51 PM Tre
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* In the 2007 SciFiChannel version of ''Series/FlashGordon'', Flash calls the inhabitants of Mongo "aliens" even though they look entirely human and [[AliensSpeakingEnglish speak English]] (which is lampshaded, but not explained).

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* In the 2007 SciFiChannel [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]] version of ''Series/FlashGordon'', Flash calls the inhabitants of Mongo "aliens" even though they look entirely human and [[AliensSpeakingEnglish speak English]] (which is lampshaded, but not explained).
11th Aug '16 9:21:26 AM Afununupa
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* Vitas has been known to invoke this trope in some of his music videos, particularly "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6rxu0lrfxs Blessed Guru]]," and his more well known "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWmfNeLs7fA Seventh Element]]."

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* Vitas Creator/{{Vitas}} has been known to invoke this trope in some of his music videos, particularly "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6rxu0lrfxs Blessed Guru]]," and his more well known "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWmfNeLs7fA Seventh Element]]."
11th Aug '16 7:55:13 AM cdrood
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*** And have natural wings, which the comic versions never had before that point.
8th Aug '16 3:35:02 AM Ripburger
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* The ''VideoGame/XCom'' series have aliens that attempt to blend in with humans. The Snakemen in the original are...unconvincing, but the [[XcomEnemyUnknown thin men]] are nearly perfect, and wear clothing specifically to cover the areas that don't look human (Specifically, their wrists and neck are greenish, and their eyes are clearly not human).

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* The ''VideoGame/XCom'' ''[[{{VideoGame/XCOM}} X-COM]]'' series have aliens that attempt to blend in with humans. The Snakemen in the original are...unconvincing, but the [[XcomEnemyUnknown [[VideoGame/XcomEnemyUnknown thin men]] are nearly perfect, and wear clothing specifically to cover the areas that don't look human (Specifically, their wrists and neck are greenish, and their eyes are clearly not human).
7th Aug '16 12:16:48 PM nombretomado
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* There's a very strong tendency for aliens in TheDCU to look exactly like humans:

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* There's a very strong tendency for aliens in TheDCU Franchise/TheDCU to look exactly like humans:
3rd Aug '16 5:25:29 PM Afununupa
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* Vitas has been known to invoke this trope in some of his music videos, particularly "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6rxu0lrfxs Blessed Guru]]," and his more well known "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWmfNeLs7fA Seventh Element]]."
22nd Jul '16 3:22:00 AM Tron80
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** Notably, [[TeenTitans Tamaranians]] are indistinguishible from humans, save the solid green eyes and spray-tan color skin, yet are specifically stated to taxonomically be ''felines'' rather than apes.
*** Tamaranians look enough like humans that for a time, ComicBook/{{Starfire}} had a successful career as a fashion model.

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** Notably, [[TeenTitans Tamaranians]] are indistinguishible from humans, save the solid green eyes and spray-tan color skin, yet are specifically stated to taxonomically be ''felines'' rather than apes.
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apes. Anyway, Tamaranians look enough like humans that for a time, ComicBook/{{Starfire}} had a successful career as a fashion model.model.
** In the ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' storyline ''ComicBook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'', Supergirl found several human-like races such like Graxians (blue-skinned humanoids with cow-like ears) and Primeenians (orange-skinned, pointy-eared humanoids).
16th Jul '16 2:22:51 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* The ''{{VideoGame/Xcom}}'' series have aliens that attempt to blend in with humans. The Snakemen in the original are...unconvincing, but the [[XcomEnemyUnknown thin men]] are nearly perfect, and wear clothing specifically to cover the areas that don't look human (Specifically, their wrists and neck are greenish, and their eyes are clearly not human).

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* The ''{{VideoGame/Xcom}}'' ''VideoGame/XCom'' series have aliens that attempt to blend in with humans. The Snakemen in the original are...unconvincing, but the [[XcomEnemyUnknown thin men]] are nearly perfect, and wear clothing specifically to cover the areas that don't look human (Specifically, their wrists and neck are greenish, and their eyes are clearly not human).
10th Jul '16 5:14:36 PM nombretomado
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* Almost all characters in ''ChaosFighters'' are this. The exceptions are [[spoiler:Irtial and Muranyl, who are from Earth.]]

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* Almost all characters in ''ChaosFighters'' ''Literature/ChaosFighters'' are this. The exceptions are [[spoiler:Irtial and Muranyl, who are from Earth.]]
17th Jun '16 12:25:03 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Film/TheyLive'' features humanoid aliens with bulging eyes and no skin. However, they broadcast a hypnotic signal which causes them to appear completely human, even to the touch, allowing them to secretly conquer Earth. Their true form can only be perceived through special sunglasses that filter out the signal, or if the signal is interrupted.

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* ''Film/TheyLive'' features humanoid aliens ''Film/TheHistoryOfFutureFolk'': People from the planet Hondo look exactly like humans and can interbreed with bulging eyes them. They are, however, immune to pepper spray and no skin. However, they broadcast a hypnotic signal which causes them can make their hands glow blue to appear completely human, even to use various abilities as the touch, allowing them to secretly conquer Earth. Their true form can only be perceived through special sunglasses that filter out the signal, or if the signal is interrupted.
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