In this video, I take a look at the Neomorph describing its origin, its characteristics, all that we know so far and whether we will see them again in future films following Alien Covenant.
The Neomorph is a white Xenomorph-like creature. Based on the Beluga-morph from the early Prometheus script and the Goblin Shark, the creature has translucent skin and a doubled hinged jaw.
The Neomorph are a result of the local ecosystem on Paradise after it has been mutated by the black goo.
I explore the creation of the Neomorph including the mutation of indigenous life forms, the releasing of spores and how the spores then enter a host to form the embryonic Neomorph. Within around 12-16 hours, the Neomorph has fully grown and is ready to emerge.
The creatures back is equipped two dorsal spikes and a pointed skull that help it’s during birth. Like Xenomorphs, once the creatures emerges, its growth is rapid and its ferocity is evident. Another characteristic of its primeval nature is its need to feed. Let me know what you think of the Neomorph in the comments section?
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