Phillip Kennedy Johnson is a good choice for this one. Having a Marvel Zombies writer on from the go is a good choice for those with that worry about it being tamed down. Not to be that guy either, and hoping we don't have another Greg Land situation here but having looked up Salvador, he's had some criticism in the past about tracing.
From Wikipedia: "James Whitbrook, reviewing the "Ashes of Jedha" storyline in Marvel Comics' Star Wars comics series for Kotaku, took issue with what he felt was Larroca's heavy reliance on tracing stills from Star Wars films when rendering the characters, which imbued the characters' faces with an "awkward hyperrealism" that he felt evoked the effect of the Uncanny Valley. While Whitbrook did not observe this problem in his work on other Star Wars arcs, and praised Larroca's work in rendering large-scale elements such as starships or planets, he felt that in many closeups of the three main characters in "Jedha," the illustrations too closely mirrored the images from the films, often from scenes in which the actors' facial expressions did not match the tone or dialogue of the characters in the comic. Charlie Hall, reviewing the same storyline for Polygon, expressed the same viewpoint, and like Whitbrook, compared these renditions to the work of Angel Unzueta and Arif Prianto on the Poe Dameron series, which they felt rendered the characters to sufficiently resemble or recognizably evoke the actors who played them, without exhibiting the sense that they were "pasted" from reference materials. "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salvador_Larroca#Criticism
Just from the look and what they describe I hear my inner alarm turned on:
Battling a new breed of xenomorph, and the inner jaw is bendable...... OK have to see how they explain this but my alarm is going off.
That may just be artistic license. It's not the first time I've seen an artist rendition with the Alien having a bendy tongue. Curious to see it sounds like they're going all in on the DNA reflex straight away.