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5th Mar '18 10:13:08 PM MagnusForce
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* The overwhelming majority of aliens in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' if they're not HumanAliens, including the Ultras themselves. PeopleInRubberSuits just work that way.
28th Feb '18 11:34:33 AM Dontfollowmeman
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** The Carapacians are the humanoid inhabitants of the Derse and Prospit with, as the name suggests, a hard, shiny and supple outer shell which is pitch black or brilliant white depending on which moon they hail from. Also, they can be radically different in size, ranging from the tiny Courtyard Droll to the Hegemonic Brute, and they possess either blunt or razor sharp teeth.
12th Feb '18 8:52:26 AM tricksterson
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* ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars'' has the Green Martians, who are exceptionally tall, have six-limbs and tusked mouths. They are easily the most inhuman of all other sentient people in Barsoom, who [[RubberForeheadAliens look just like humans with exotic skin colors]]. Justified by the fact that the Green People were the end result of crossbreeding between [[KillerSpaceMonkey white apes]], [[SuperPersistentPredator apts]] and [[HumanAliens Red Martians]].

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* ''ComicBook/WarlordOfMars'' has the Green Martians, who are exceptionally tall, have six-limbs and tusked mouths.mouths and ears on their forehead that look like dish antennae. They are easily the most inhuman of all other sentient people in Barsoom, who [[RubberForeheadAliens look just like humans with exotic skin colors]]. Justified by the fact that the Green People were the end result of crossbreeding between [[KillerSpaceMonkey white apes]], [[SuperPersistentPredator apts]] and [[HumanAliens Red Martians]].



* The ''Literature/{{Destroyermen}}'' series takes place on an [[AlternateHistory alternate Earth]] where the Cretaceous extinction apparently never happened. The two dominant species are the Mi-Anaaka (called Lemurians by the titular destroyermen), a humanoid species descended from Madagascar's lemurs, and the Grik, a species of [[ImAHumanitarian predatory]] dinosaur descendants that [[AvertedTrope look pretty much like their ancestors]].

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* The ''Literature/{{Destroyermen}}'' series takes place on an [[AlternateHistory alternate Earth]] where the Cretaceous extinction apparently never happened. The two dominant species are the Mi-Anaaka (called Lemurians by the titular destroyermen), a humanoid species descended from Madagascar's lemurs, and the Grik, a species of [[ImAHumanitarian predatory]] dinosaur descendants that [[AvertedTrope look pretty much like their ancestors]]. Later several variations on the Grid are encountered.


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* [[spoiler: Mindy]]'s true form is somewhere between this and RubberForeheadAlien. [[spoiler:She's]] purple, has antennae that end in balls that glow when [[spoiler:she]] gets excited and has a vestigial tail.
24th Jan '18 2:26:05 PM calumapplepie
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* ''Literature/EncounterWithTiber'' Tiberians are actually two subspecies, but they both have a lot of similarities with each other and with humans. Instead of a single 4-chambered heart, they have lots of smaller hearts and lungs that connect to a blood mixer. They do, however, have something like kidneys and a brain.
30th Dec '17 10:53:05 AM DirtyHarry44Magnum
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* The eponymous Procyons from ''VideoGame/TreasurePlanetBattleAtProcyon'' are Humanoid Aliens with racoon like features.

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* The eponymous Procyons from ''VideoGame/TreasurePlanetBattleAtProcyon'' are Humanoid Aliens with racoon raccoon like features.
30th Dec '17 8:24:58 AM DirtyHarry44Magnum
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* The eponymous Procyons from ''VideoGame/TreasurePlanetBattleAtProcyon'' are Humanoid Aliens with racoon like features.
29th Dec '17 7:46:31 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* Many aliens in ''Franchise/StarWars'' (jointly described as [[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/humanoid humanoids]], in fact). Famous examples include the Wookiees (hulking simian[=/=]{{ursine aliens}} that look like {{Bigfoot|SasquatchAndYeti}}); Ewoks ({{ursine aliens}} that resemble three- or four-foot teddy bears); Gungans (amphibian[=/=]{{fish people}} that include Jar Jar Binks); Aqualish (walrus-like humanoids, pictured above); Trandoshans (lizard-like humanoids); and Gamorreans (pig-like humanoids). The other common kind is the {{rubber forehead|Aliens}}ed near-humans, who share an ancestry with baseline humans, though there are some genuine examples of StarfishAliens (including, famously, the Hutts). There are also cyborgs (some human and some not) and crossbreeds of similar (usually hominid or vaguely hominid) species.

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* Many aliens in ''Franchise/StarWars'' (jointly described as [[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/humanoid humanoids]], in fact). Famous examples include the Wookiees (hulking simian[=/=]{{ursine aliens}} that look like {{Bigfoot|SasquatchAndYeti}}); Ewoks ({{ursine aliens}} that resemble three- or four-foot teddy bears); [[YowiesAndBunyipsAndDropBearsOhMy drop bears]]); Gungans (amphibian[=/=]{{fish people}} that include Jar Jar Binks); Aqualish (walrus-like humanoids, pictured above); Trandoshans (lizard-like humanoids); and Gamorreans (pig-like humanoids). The other common kind is the {{rubber forehead|Aliens}}ed near-humans, who share an ancestry with baseline humans, though there are some genuine examples of StarfishAliens (including, famously, the Hutts). There are also cyborgs (some human and some not) and crossbreeds of similar (usually hominid or vaguely hominid) species.
28th Dec '17 12:51:59 AM pidget_spinner
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* Most of the aliens in ''WesternAnimation/VoltronLegendaryDefender'' are relatively humanoid.
18th Dec '17 6:41:17 PM EspyPsyche
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* Literature/TheRadiantDawn has the Wutner, a species of blue-tinted stocky humanoid aliens with hooked claws.
18th Dec '17 5:51:36 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheMercuryMen'', also called "the first men" in the titular series, are humanoid in appearance, but are taller, thinner and stoop (supposedly because of Earth's greater gravity). They are also composed of HardLight and apparently have a ThirdEye.

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* ''TheMercuryMen'', ''WebVideo/TheMercuryMen'', also called "the first men" in the titular series, are humanoid in appearance, but are taller, thinner and stoop (supposedly because of Earth's greater gravity). They are also composed of HardLight and apparently have a ThirdEye.
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