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AvPGalaxy Exclusive – Alien: The Cold Forge Cover Reveal!

Back in September we first learnt of Titan’s new original Alien novel, The Cold Forge. Titan Books have left the official unveiling of the books cover in Alien vs. Predator Galaxy’s capable hands!

“With the failure of the Hadley’s Hope, Weyland-Yutani has suffered a devastating defeat—the loss of the Aliens. Yet there’s a reason the company rose to the top, and they have a redundancy already in place. Remote station RB-323 abruptly becomes their greatest hope for weaponizing the Xenomorph, but there’s a spy aboard—someone who doesn’t necessarily act in the company’s best interests. If discovered, this person may have no choice but to destroy RB-323… and everyone on board. That is, if the Xenomorphs don’t do the job first.”

 AvPGalaxy Exclusive - Alien: The Cold Forge Cover Reveal!

We spoke briefly with Alex White in September who told us that if you like Aliens: Labyrinth then Alien: The Cold Forge is definitely going to appeal to you!

Alien: The Cold Forge is currently slated for release just before Alien Day 2018, on the 24th of April 2018. The novel is available to pre-order on Amazon (UK and US). You can also follow Alex White on Twitter or check out his official website.

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Comments: 22
  1. Ultramorph
    ^Maybe they’re irradiated xenos from LV-426. I’m interested to see where they say the xenos are from in this novel, since this is the period in time where they were hard to come by.
  2. Ultramorph
    This novel is fast becoming a beacon of something to look forward to this year. It’s oretty cool that they’re dealing with the immediate afternath of Hadley’s Hope. That sort of world building is always cool.
  3. 426Buddy
    I love me some good original cover art. Don't get me wrong though, the qaulity of the story is far more important.

    Unfortunatley its been a long string of terrible covers from titan, the last qaulity cover was on Out of the Shadows.

    There is just something to be said for a great book cover imo.
  4. Huggs
    Not the worst cover I've seen. Is that 5 tubes I see? An odd looking xenomorph, a slight queen's crest too. I dig the name, but not too fond of the whole "spy" idea, it sounds alittle cheesy. Still, as long as it has Aliens doing their thing, I'll read it.
  5. TheDerelict
    Hey Hicks, if you loved those books,more power to you mate. Me personally as long as we don't get aliens that wear breathing apparatus when in space like in the rage war it will be a step in the right direction. I mean correct me if I'm wrong but I was under the impression the alien can survive in the vacuum of space. If it bleeds was fun and I'm definitely ready more too. The recent dead orbit has got me wanting more.
  6. Corporal Hicks
    Not bad. I'm really hopping that this book is better than out of the shadows/sea of sorrows/river of pain. I've mentioned it before but they truly were awful.

    The Fox mandated inclusions aside (as I thought those were the bits that really served to hurt that particular series), I thought that initial trilogy was all pretty solid. I really enjoyed The Rage War too. Wasn't too fussed on Bug Hunt over all but thoroughly enjoyed If It Bleeds. And currently eager for more!
  7. TheDerelict
    Not bad. I'm really hopping that this book is better than out of the shadows/sea of sorrows/river of pain. I've mentioned it before but they truly were awful. I really want this too be great and the labyrinth thing makes me hopeful.
    Is it just me or does the alien have 5 back tube things???
  8. Corporal Hicks
    I think I can deal with the covers as long as they continue to give me solid stories! As Ultra says, I think this is definitely one of their better covers but I still long to see Tristan Jones or Raymond Swanland or Dave Dorman back on these covers.
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