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Conceptual artist Guillem H. Pongiluppi has created an epic fan art series for Star Wars and Aliens. The illustrations feature Darth Vader and his Stormtroopers battling a horde of Xenomorphs.

Creating a series of stunning illustrations, Pongiluppi pits the famous 501st Legion against the oncoming Xenomorph invasion. This series stands as a follow-up to his previous Stormtrooper vs Aliens collection. The 501st is made up of some of the most effective soldiers in the Empire, but seem to have their hands full by the onslaught of Xenomorphs from the Alien universe. The series also features the most famous Sith of all, Darth Vader. And sure, Xenomorphs bleed acid and Vader uses a deadly cutting tool so it doesn’t sound like the best combination, but it’s worth noting that a Lightsaber would also cauterize any wound making Vader and his battle with the Aliens a formidable one. The series concludes with Vader staring down the Queen in their final confrontation. So ends an incredibly badass fan art series.

Check them all out below:

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You can also view some highlights of Pongiluppi’s impressive work in the gallery, and to see the rest of the story and more of his fantastic work you can check out his Facebook and official website.


Images: Guillem H. Pongiluppi

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Darth Vader Vs. Xenomorphs In New Fan Art Series

The 501st Legion team up with Vader to face-off against the Alien horde.

By Mitchell Corner | 01/13/2017 05:00 AM PT

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Conceptual artist Guillem H. Pongiluppi has created an epic fan art series for Star Wars and Aliens. The illustrations feature Darth Vader and his Stormtroopers battling a horde of Xenomorphs.

Creating a series of stunning illustrations, Pongiluppi pits the famous 501st Legion against the oncoming Xenomorph invasion. This series stands as a follow-up to his previous Stormtrooper vs Aliens collection. The 501st is made up of some of the most effective soldiers in the Empire, but seem to have their hands full by the onslaught of Xenomorphs from the Alien universe. The series also features the most famous Sith of all, Darth Vader. And sure, Xenomorphs bleed acid and Vader uses a deadly cutting tool so it doesn’t sound like the best combination, but it’s worth noting that a Lightsaber would also cauterize any wound making Vader and his battle with the Aliens a formidable one. The series concludes with Vader staring down the Queen in their final confrontation. So ends an incredibly badass fan art series.

Check them all out below:

guillemhp_Kaneda_star_wars_vs_aliens_fan_art+(1)

Guillem-H-Pongiluppi-star-wars-vs-aliens-2

Guillem-H-Pongiluppi-star-wars-vs-aliens-3

Guillem-H-Pongiluppi-star-wars-vs-aliens-1

Guillem-H-Pongiluppi-star-wars-vs-aliens-5

You can also view some highlights of Pongiluppi’s impressive work in the gallery, and to see the rest of the story and more of his fantastic work you can check out his Facebook and official website.


Images: Guillem H. Pongiluppi

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Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman Will Digitally ...
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope – 4K ...
Connect

About Mitchell Corner

view all posts

Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario of the Great White North, Mitchell has written for GEEK, Grizzlybomb, and The Richest. Though his obsession for film often outweighs everything else, his writing includes reviews and editorials on TV, digital media, and all things Geeky.