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Aliens 29 | Review

Aliens 29 | Review

Ends the minisaga crossover dedicated to the War of the Three Worlds (here the review of the previous numbers), and does so with a bang. Despite it's issues that have in the action of their kind and purpose, the individual decisions, and the intent of the various actors will be essential.The attack...

Aliens 27 & 28 | Review

Aliens 27 & 28 | Review

That war might start. “Alien vs Predator: the war of The three Worlds” is the crossover announced and expected for many months. Several of the characters from the stories of the monthly Alien and the Predator will meet for a narrative cycle that will take the readers to different books.The war of the...

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Aliens 24 | Review

Aliens 24 | Review

It concludes the story arc dedicated to “the Condition inhuman”, the story where the protagonist Dupaul is used by the Weyland-Yutani to instruct synthetics, allenandoli empathy. It is a story that creates a connection conceptual with Blade Runner (not the case, this is another film made by Ridley Scott).Condition...

Aliens 23 | Review

Aliens 23 | Review

Two stories in the one-shot classic, and the first part of a mini-series make up the register number 23 of the monthly of Aliens (here some of our reviews). Saldapress is bringing forward by years, the aim of reconstruct and show all the path to publishing comics in the Alien Universe. And the publishing...

Aliens 21 & 22 | Review

Aliens 21 & 22 | Review

In numbers 18, 19 and 20 of the stapled Aliens – our review HERE – we could have read two stories of a decidedly heterogeneous compared to the canons regular of the universe of the narrative with the protagonist is the xenomorph. The first is more classic but the psychedelic, he had seen at work even...

Aliens 18, 19 & 20 | Review

Aliens 18, 19 & 20 | Review

We had left the monthly stapled Aliens to grips with a diptych of stories that was an excellent foray into the franchise parallel Aliens vs Predator with the numbers 16 and 17 – our review HERE – raid that, thanks to the meticulous script by Ian Edgington, had waned Predators and xenomorfi in a context...

Aliens 16 & 17 | Review

Aliens 16 & 17 | Review

With the numbers 13, 14, and 15 of the stapled Aliens, saldaPress has dug in production dedicated to the xenomorph, proposing stories definitely cut unusual compared to those “classic” horror/splatter penetrating even on the territories of the comic-ironic – with 13, our review HERE – and dream – with...