"Martian culture shocks"

Films: Star Crystal (1986)

Alias: None

Type: Alien

Location: Haunted home/Eldritch area

Height/Weight: Half that of an average human.

Affiliation: Good

Summary: At first, it seems like we're going to have another Xeno-esque problem in space. But as it turns out, human-alien relations are a bit more complicated than we anticipated.

History: After an expedition to Mars, a strange artifact is found. As it turns out, it's an incubator for an alien super-computer in the shape of a crystal, and an actual alien. The being, known as GAR, initially views the humans as hostile, and violently disposes of a few of them. Then it starts to actually read into human culture, and realizes that maybe that wasn't the best course of action. At least the survivors trust him enough after the misunderstanding is cleared up.

Notable Kills: His dried-up victims look like someone skinned them alive.

Final Fate: GAR's mission to find a way back home is a success, even if he's a bit dejected to leave behind his new human friends. He promises never to forget them as he leaves.

Powers/Abilities: Apparently, he can dry up people.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3-At first, GAR looks like a malformed slug-like killer that does horrible things to his victims. But the real GAR is just a scared individual who immediately takes a liking to other intelligent life. A pity he still sounds like a guy who got punched in the throat too many times.

Trivia: -The same person who sings the ending song, "Crystal of the Stars", was the voice of Daphne in "Scooby Doo, Where are You!".

-Parts of the space station's exterior shots were just parts of a toy Millennium Falcon.

Image Gallery

Whoops! Wrong creature. You get the slimy muppet instead.

The Monolith Monsters have returned and more powerful than ever.

"That's nothing. You should see the celestia ring-pop.
Still inaccurate, but not quite as much.