It’s a brand new Alien series in this preview of Alien #1, and what are the titular Aliens up this time? The same old @#$%, of course. Then again, humans are gonna human as well. Check out the preview below.
by Phillip Kennedy Johnson & Julius Ohta, cover by Bjorn Barends
PHILLIP KENNEDY JOHNSON AND JULIUS OHTA LAUNCH A NEW ALIEN EPIC! MAN, MACHINE AND THE MOST TERRIFYING CREATURE IN THE UNIVERSE…IT’S AN EXPRESS ELEVATOR TO HELL AND YOU’RE GONNA WANT TO BE ON IT! A small colony of synths have settled in secret on a backwater moon. When a company of United System soldiers come to them for help retrieving biotechnology on a hostile planet that could be the key to saving humanity, the synths must decide whether the prospect of peace between man and machine is worth the risk of betrayal.
Marvel | Licensed Publishing
6.65″W x 10.21″H x 0.04″D | 2 oz | 240 per carton
On sale Sep 07, 2022 | 32 Pages | 75960620485400111
| Parental Advisory
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