USCSS Covenant Decends Upon Paradise and Satan Descends Upon Earth

The Covenant enters Planet 4's atmosphere and Satan descends upon Earth; Plate 12 by Gustave Doré, from Paradise Lost  by John Milton 1866 This plate depicts Satan’s fall from grace as he is banished from Heaven, his entrance to Earth corrupts all mankind. The fate of the Covenant crew and the colonists is foreshadowed by the aesthetic …

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Paradise Lost Script Reaction – Episode 7 – Yutani Podcast

Concept art by Khang Le, read more here Khang Le’s Concept Art for Prometheus 2 Clara @muthur9000 and Mike @officerjoek9 share their thoughts on the Paradise Lost script shared by AVP Galaxy recently and how it differs from the novelization and the movie. You can subscribe to Yutani Podcast on iTunes, Podbean, Soundcloud, YouTube or gain exclusive early …

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Paradise Lost Prologue Script Reaction – Episode 4 – Yutani Podcast

Courtney @traviandesigns and Clara @muthur9000 share their reaction to reading the Paradise Lost Prologue Script. Discussing the evolution of The Crossing and what may have transpired between David and Shaw and why Shaw decided to go to Planet 4. You can subscribe to Yutani Podcast on iTunes, Podbean, Soundcloud, YouTube or gain exclusive early access by becoming …

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Paradise Lost & The Crossing

  Featured Image: Illustration for John Milton's “Paradise Lost“ (Adam watches as Eve sleeps) - Gustave Doré (1832-1883) As David lays down Shaw to sleep there is a visual parallel to Adam watches as Eve sleeps. Since this is a story turned on its head where Satan is victorious the narrative will differ. In Paradise Lost …

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Alien Bible: Kokopelli, Azathoth and The Drinking Bird

Throughout the Alien franchise, the image of the drinking bird has been a recurring motif. Is it a simple throwaway visual gag? or can we draw a deeper meaning to its inclusion in the films? I connect it with the flute, water, wheat, the sun, and insects, plus mythological creatures found in Native American cultures, …

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