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ALIEN, PREDATOR, and BOBA FETT Toys Battle in Amazing Stop-Motion Short

Counter656 has done it again with their awesome stop motion short films. This time, they take on the classic war between Alien and Predator. We’ve seen these two creatures fight it out in both comic books and movies, but what is the ingredient needed to take this saga to the next level? Counter656 found the answer: Star Wars!

Counter656 created a classic war between Predator and Xenomorph, with the galaxy’s greatest bounty hunter Boba Fett and a Sandtrooper caught in the middle. After a facehugger infects a Predator and gives birth to a Xenomorph, we are taken to the two characters from a galaxy far, far, away as they are taking a leisurely drive in…the 1966 Batmobile?

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Our two “heroes” are then bombarded by an army of Xenomorphs and proceed into a fight scene that is CLEARLY fan fiction because the Sandtrooper is actually hitting his targets. As the battle rages on, we finally get to see a classic showdown between Sigourney Weaver and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s mortal enemies. Well, sort of classic. Let’s just say there are some twists and turns involving the car above that everyone will most certainly enjoy.

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Counter656 used the cute, caricature-styled Herocross figures to make the film, so not only was it awesome, but adorable as well. The time and effort that were put into this = nothing short of amazing.

You can check out more of Counter656’s videos on their YouTube channel here.

So what do you think? Is this how you thought a battle between these characters would end up? Did you think it would be even half as cute? Let me know on Twitter or sound off in the comments below.

Images: Counter656 Productions

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