Thursday, May 26, 2011

Invasion of Hot Aleins

Invasion of Hot Aleins

Gaila – Star Trek 2009

Home Planet: Orion
J.J. Abrams admits he wasn't big on the original Star Trek series as a youngster, but he delivered exactly the kind of fan service Trekkies, Trekkers and casual Trek followers love in the form of Gaila: gorgeous, busty and green.

Serleena – Men in Black 2 

Home Planet: Kylothia
Serleena rides around the universe in a spaceship no bigger than J's Noisy Cricket – but since when does size count? It's all about packing a punch, and the part-plant, part-Victoria Secret model can vine whip any measly human out of her path in a matter of seconds. Must be the fertilizer.

Kara Zor-El – Supergirl

Home Planet: Krypton (in the pocket of trans-dimensional space known as Argo City)
Kara Zor-El took on the identity of Supergirl and arrived on Earth in hopes of finding the magical Omegahedron, but little did she realize she also gave hopes to an entire world. With both a male and female Kryptonian on the planet, the chances of getting laid by someone with superpowers doubled!

Princess Aura – Flash Gordon

Home Planet: Mongo
Aura doesn't wear massive amounts of eye shadow to up her weight class. No, it's to get with everyone on Mongo and its outlying satellites. She juggles Flash, Prince Barin, probably Zarkov off-screen at some point. Wouldn't be surprising. Oh, don't think of this as judgment – I'm just jealous.

Princess Neytiri – Avatar

Home Planet: Pandora
We thought fanciful braids were just for chicks until we realized the Na'vi use them to "connect" to one another. Then again, they also use them to "connect" to horses…whatever, kinky's fine

Jenny – Doctor Who

Home Planet: Messaline
Jenny is the closest the Doctor has come to procreating, having been rapidly grown by the soldiers of Messaline using the time travelers DNA. Whether this makes her a true Time Lord is up for debate, but the girl houses the race's trademark two hearts, which means she'll at least have a whole lot of lovin' to give.

Kitty – Cocoon

Home Planet: Antarea
Skinny dipping is ten times more fun when you're doing it with a former resident of Atlantis in a pool of energized lifeforce. Don't be afraid of the glow, it's natural!

Diva Plavalaguna – The Fifth Element

Home Planet: Unknown
The operatic alien serves multiple purposes aboard the luxury space cruise hovering above Fhloston Paradise, but it wasn't her rendition of "Oh, giusto cielo!…Il dolce suono" that put a bullet through her head. Unfortunately, Diva was also entrusted with the four existing elements, making her blue blood a target of the Mangalores. The old saying is true: it's all over when the blue, tentacled woman sings.

Trance Gemini – Andromeda

Home Planet: Vedran Sun
Trance is the George Washington Carver of the Andromeda Ascendant, acting as the chief's evironmental officer and chief biologist. Unlike George Washington Carver, Trance was born from a sun and can turn herself into pure energy and unleash her own personal supernova. At least, I don't recall hearing George Washington Carver having that particular ability.

T'Pol – Star Trek: Enterprise

Home Planet: Vulcan
She's sworn to protect the human race, including creating the first human/Vulcan hybrid. You already know she's down for some human love.

Teela – Masters of the Universe

Home Planet: Eternia
It was hard to carve out space in a movie packed with He-Man's excessively bulked-up muscles and Courtney Cox's giant hair-do, but Teela stands out as a go-to warrior and friend. She's no Battle Cat, but the smile more than makes up for it.

Dejah Thoris – John Carter of Mars

Home Planet: Mars
The love interest of the title character in Edgar Rice Burroughs's John Carter of Mars, Dejah Thoris is a Martian princess who would seem equally at home as a Conan damsel in distress. Oh, and her people wear no clothes. Hello, early twentieth century literary gratuity!

Xev/Zev Bellringer – Lexx

Home Planet: Lexx
Zev Bellringer (later to become "Xev" after a death and resurrection) begins her journey on Lexx by being imprisoned and sentenced to becoming a love slave. The transition process gets as far as modifying her body, but a roaming lizard creature breaks the machine before Zev's mind can be rewritten. As a bonus, her DNA fuses with the lizard's, turning her into a highly libidinous and extremely conflicted space girl with disturbing reptilian superpowers. Originally played by Eva Habermann and later – after the "Xev" transition – Xenia Seeberg.

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