Started by xeno_alpha_07, Mar 05, 2009, 05:41:22 PM
QuotePost Eathwar, and a team of Minecorp's hi-tech mercenaries has been sent to investigate why the city of London was spared the global Alien infestation. Unfortunatly, they run across a local, high territorial tribe who take them prisoner. One of the seers in this tribe, Rani, relates to her captives her fears that the monsters do stalk the city, but there has been no proof, and the rest of her tribes people consider her deluded...But there are very real dangers at hand, as some of the villagers are abduted and taken to a cathederal, where they are left with the Atchbishop, who harbours a bloodychamber of horrors within the temples's locked towers. The priest is nurturing an Alien Queen and her growing brood on human sacrifices, in the foolish belief that he can keep the evll contained within the cathedral's walls.
QuoteA Primative planet, many light years from Earth, if terriorised by the mysterious Night Reaper. The men of the village return from a foraging expedition to find that an entire family has been slaughterd. Ar'jum, the leader of the expedition, cajoles the frightend villagers into forming a hunting party to rid them of the treat of the Night Reaper once and for all...
Quote from: vikingspawn on Mar 05, 2009, 06:54:25 PMDo you have the names of the creative teams on those stories?
Quote from: Xenomrph on Mar 05, 2009, 07:06:44 PMI've never heard of Crusade, but the other two were available in the "Dark Horse Comics" anthology series. I don't know if they were reprinted in any omnibuses.
Quote from: vikingspawn on Mar 05, 2009, 07:51:04 PMyea, the Aliens: Alien story was originally from Dark Horse Comics #17-19:http://www.darkhorse.com/Comics/92-545/Dark-Horse-Comics-18Not sure about the "Crusade" story. I'm still trying to find a complete set of the UK Aliens magazines myself.
Quote from: Xenomrph on Mar 05, 2009, 09:07:50 PM'Aliens: Alien' is really classy. It's one of my favorite Alien comics. The ending is pretty great.
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