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It's okay. We won't tell anyone you're here. Your sci-fi obsession is safe with us. The only problem you'll face is figuring out which room of your house you're going to hide these amazing prints once you've caved and purchased all of them.

The latest exhibit of LA's pop culture adoring Hero Complex Gallery, Invasion! pays tribute to some of the most iconic creatures and characters to have fallen from the skies.

Curated by the immensely talented RAID71 (Chris Thornley), five artists have contributed their work to the exhibition, including Gordon Reid, Kyle Wilkinson, Steven Bonner and Tony Hodgkinson.

Opening on 27 September, if you're not able to get yourself over to LA fear not - you can check out our favourite pieces from the show below. You can head over to the Hero Complex Gallery to buy prints from 28 September.

(Images: Hero Complex Gallery)

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