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Discussing Aliens: Defiance – AvP Galaxy Podcast #76

We have just uploaded the 76th episode of the Alien vs. Predator Galaxy Podcast (right-click and save as to download)! Our latest episode sees RidgeTop and myself joined by community guest Shevvie take a look at Aliens: Defiance, Dark Horse’s longest running Aliens comic series!

 Discussing Aliens: Defiance - AvP Galaxy Podcast #76

We discuss the episodic nature of the series, the changing artists, those gorgeous panels, inconsistencies, rampaging Queens and plenty more!

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  1. SM
    It's the only point of difference I can see.  The Dreadnought walls otherwise have the same constructed look (as opposed to organic) as the Juggernaut.
  2. SM
    There's a corridor on the Dreadnought that more organic looking akin to the Derelict, but other than that it seems the same as the Juggernaut.  Dreadnought is just a name they used on the production.
  3. SM
    I always found the idea that David engineered the neutrino burst to be beyond stupid.  He can set off a stellar ignition from a different sector light years away - but can't fix a Dreadnaught and leave?
  4. The Old One
    The Derelict, both in Isolation and Alien 1979 is moist, battered and overall seems... Derelict.
    Like a scratched up vehicle, there's no way to know if the damage is functional or just weathering
    but it gives the impression of an old abandoned haunted house that logically should crumble but... yet, doesn't.

    You're probably right in that Prometheus' Juggernaut's interior is likely inoperable even if the exterior is seamless.
    And I believe to a degree, the Covenant Juggernaut is part theatre on David's part - luring the Covenant certainly is.
    Which makes me wonder if somehow David engineered events to attract a ship.
  5. SM
    To be fair it looks like the Juggernaut in Covenant was made to look like it crashed by David, it didn't necessarily.
    The LV-223 Juggernaut was crashed by the impact and detonation of another vessel but remained entirely intact as far as we can tell.

    Internally the Juggernaut was mucked up but Shaw exited where Prometheus hit and it didn't even seem scorched. Internally the Dreadnaught didn't appear as damaged.  Nor the Derelict.
  6. Perfect-Organism
    I have to say, from a designer's point of view, that the juggernaut's shape makes them look like they're sinking ships.  You know that moment when the Titanic lifted its rear end?  It is that sort of vibe.  There's an aura of negativity about them, especially since they've been called "derelict" for 33 years...
  7. The Old One
    To be fair it looks like the Juggernaut in Covenant was made to look like it crashed by David, it didn't necessarily.
    The LV-223 Juggernaut was crashed by the impact and detonation of another vessel but remained entirely intact as far as we can tell.
     
  8. Xenomrph
    Yeah that's what that phrase means - they aren't going to address it directly because they don't care.
    But it's a moot point anyway because

    SM isn't FOX, nor is he speaking for them with every post he makes. :)

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/PQfttBhmKuA/maxresdefault.jpg

    And as you failed to address twice now,

    Like, you're talking about the same FOX that published a novelization that says the exact opposite, right?

    Choo choo

    And it's even more of a moot point because who cares what FOX says anyway? Toro wasn't talking about FOX, SM is the one who brought them up as if it mattered.

    and it's even even more of a moot point because who gives a shit, none of this has anything to do with Aliens: Defiance.
  9. Xenomrph
    [citation needed]

    Until that happens, it isn't.
    Choo choo.
    SM isn't FOX, nor is he speaking for them with every post he makes. :)

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/PQfttBhmKuA/maxresdefault.jpg

    Besides,

    Like, you're talking about the same FOX that published a novelization that says the exact opposite, right?

    Choo choo.

    But hey, while we're quoting SM,
    They're free to insist as they see fit (not sure what Advent has to do with anything though).

    Don't expect Fox to ever directly address the issue though.
    As in, "fox doesn't care".
  10. toro
    david in advent - 'beings that understood that you give life to both the wolf and the lamb. but then they tried to banish the wolf, and undo their creation. so i took their secrets for myself'

    i feel like that is an implication
  11. SM
    They're free to insist as they see fit (not sure what Advent has to do with anything though).

    Don't expect Fox to ever directly address the issue though.
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