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24th Apr '16 4:14:59 AM Derkhan
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* The Vegans in ''Literature/ThisImmortal''. They are rpughly human-shaped but are blue-skinned, amber-eyed (or at least Cort Myshtigo is) and the vents for their lungs can be found of their torso. Additionally, their bodies are covered in patterns invisible to humans, enabling Vegans to identified each other's clan by pattern.
19th Apr '16 8:41:02 PM TheNerevarine
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** ''Warriors of Mars'' has the Thithers, who are ''even more monstrous'' than the Green Martians, except they are red-skinned and vaguely crustacean. The one thing keeping them from [[StarfishAliens the next level]] is that they are bipeds who walk on their legs and have a head and body like humans.
** The Kahori in the comic relaunch are scaled, grey-skinned humanoids who walk on hind legs.
11th Apr '16 11:33:14 PM Furienna
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* On Series/{{Alf}}, the aliens from Melmac look like a cross between dogs and aardwarks, and they also have a bit of BizarreAlienBiology. But they still had a mostly human culture. And they could build spaceships, which could take them all the way to Earth.

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* On Series/{{Alf}}, ''Series/{{Alf}}'', the aliens from Melmac look like a cross between dogs and aardwarks, and they also have a bit of BizarreAlienBiology. But they still had a mostly human culture. And they could build spaceships, which could take them all the way to Earth.
11th Apr '16 11:31:33 PM Furienna
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* On Series/{{Alf}}, the aliens from Melmac look like a cross between dogs and aardwarks, and they also have a bit of AlienBiology. But they still had a mostly human culture. And they could build spaceships, which could take them all the way to Earth.

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* On Series/{{Alf}}, the aliens from Melmac look like a cross between dogs and aardwarks, and they also have a bit of AlienBiology.BizarreAlienBiology. But they still had a mostly human culture. And they could build spaceships, which could take them all the way to Earth.
11th Apr '16 11:18:00 PM Furienna
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* On Series/{{Alf}}, the aliens from Melmac look like a cross between dogs and aardwarks, and they also have a bit of AlienBiology. But they still had a mostly human culture. And they could build spaceships, which could take them all the way to Earth.
1st Mar '16 5:31:40 AM Clare
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** The Krel from "The Creation of Monitor", where they come to Earth to help the Defenders construct their new headquarters

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** The Krel from "The Creation of Monitor", where they come to Earth to help the Defenders construct their new headquartersMonitor"
1st Mar '16 5:30:33 AM Clare
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* Many of the extra-terrestrial characters in ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'' fit this trope. The show's BigBad, Ming the Merciless, is the most prominent example, but there's also the Psychic Warriors from "The Evil of Doctor Dark" (Mara, the youngest of the trio, who defects to join forces with the Defenders, also appears in the sequel), the Fallu from "The Ghost Walks Again", the title character from "The Starboy" and Akimbo from "The Time Freezer" among others.

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* Many of the extra-terrestrial characters in ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'' fit this trope. has the following examples:
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The show's BigBad, Ming the Merciless, is the most prominent example, but there's also the Psychic Warriors Krel from "The Evil Creation of Doctor Dark" (Mara, Monitor", where they come to Earth to help the youngest of the trio, who defects to join forces with the Defenders, also appears Defenders construct their new headquarters
** Shogoth from "A Demon
in the sequel), the Fallu His Pocket"
** Krone and Axrel
from "The Ghost Walks Again", the title character Sleeper Awakes"
** Beastmaster from "Diamonds are a Ming's Best Friend"
** The Night Giants from "Doorways Into Darkness"
** Roarke and his crew
from "The Starboy" and Akimbo Starboy"
** Brutan
from "The Time Freezer" among others.Time-freezer"
** Graviton from the "Necklace of Oros" arc
29th Feb '16 7:59:10 AM Clare
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* Many of the extra-terrestrial characters in ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'' fit this trope. The show's BigBad, Ming the Merciless, is the most prominent example, but there's also the Psychic Warriors from "The Evil of Doctor Dark" (Mara, the youngest of the trio, who defects to join forces with the Defenders, also appears in the sequel), the Fallu from "The Ghost Walks Again", the title character from "The Starboy" and Akimbo from "The Time Freezer" among others.
29th Feb '16 4:08:38 AM Veanne
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* In Creator/WenSpencer's Literature/UkiahOregon series, Hex and Prime, the only survivors of the initial Ontongard invasion horse, had bodies that looked largely human, but with all black eyes, strangely textured hair, and slightly odd proportions.

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* In Creator/WenSpencer's Literature/UkiahOregon ''Literature/UkiahOregon'' series, Hex and Prime, the only survivors of the initial Ontongard invasion horse, had bodies that looked largely human, but with all black eyes, strangely textured hair, and slightly odd proportions.



* Many of the species in the MyTeacherIsAnAlien series, although there are quite a few examples of StarfishAliens as well. The ones closest to human in shape, Broxholm, Kreeblim, and Hoo-Lan, can pass for human if they wear LatexPerfection disguises, though only Hoo-Lan is close enough to be a borderline [[HumanAliens Human Alien]] (though child sized and blue).

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* Many of the species in the MyTeacherIsAnAlien ''Literature/MyTeacherIsAnAlien'' series, although there are quite a few examples of StarfishAliens as well. The ones closest to human in shape, Broxholm, Kreeblim, and Hoo-Lan, can pass for human if they wear LatexPerfection disguises, though only Hoo-Lan is close enough to be a borderline [[HumanAliens Human Alien]] (though child sized and blue).



* {{Webcomic/Homestuck}} has the Cherubs; green skeleton-like things. Trolls -grey, vaguely insect humanoids with grey skin, horns, and fangs- could fit either here or as RubberForeheadAliens.

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* {{Webcomic/Homestuck}} ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'' has the Cherubs; green skeleton-like things. Trolls -grey, vaguely insect humanoids with grey skin, horns, and fangs- could fit either here or as RubberForeheadAliens.



* The Pracs in "Webcomic/{{Xenospora}}" are basically humans with animal ears.

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* The Pracs in "Webcomic/{{Xenospora}}" ''Webcomic/{{Xenospora}}'' are basically humans with animal ears.



* 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.
* [[http://www.cracked.com/article_20332_5-unrealistic-movie-cliches-that-are-scientifically-accurate_p2.html This article]] from Website/{{Cracked}} suggests that if aliens exist, they are likely Humanoid Aliens, HumanAliens, or RubberForeheadAliens.

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* TheMercuryMen, ''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.
* [[http://www.cracked.com/article_20332_5-unrealistic-movie-cliches-that-are-scientifically-accurate_p2.html This article]] from Website/{{Cracked}} ''Website/{{Cracked}}'' suggests that if aliens exist, they are likely Humanoid Aliens, HumanAliens, or RubberForeheadAliens.



* Nearly every alien on ''{{WesternAnimation/Ben 10}}'' that Ben can transform into, with the only exception being Xlr8,Ripjaws, Wildmutt, Ghostfreak, and technically Four Arms.

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* Nearly every alien on ''{{WesternAnimation/Ben 10}}'' that Ben can transform into, with the only exception exceptions being Xlr8,Ripjaws, Xlr8, Ripjaws, Wildmutt, Ghostfreak, and technically Four Arms.
29th Feb '16 4:06:40 AM Veanne
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* Most denizens of the ''Webcomic/{{Runners}}'' 'verse, including Cember's species which has vestigial ''radial symmetry'' (indicating it has evolved from something more [[StarfishAliens starfish]] than human-ish).
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