|Aliens: Horror Show|
|Written by||Sarah Byam|
|Illustrated by||David Roach|
|Inked by||David Roach|
|Colored by||Alex Wald|
|Lettered by||Phil Owen|
|Cover(s) by|| David Roach (DHC #3)|
Dave Dorman (DHC #5)
|Edited by||Jerry Prosser|
|Publisher||Dark Horse Comics|
|Release date(s)||Oct-Dec 1992|
|Followed by||Aliens: Colonial Marines (1993 series)|
Aliens: Horror Show is a three-part comic book short story that was first published by Dark Horse Comics in the company's self-titled anthology series Dark Horse Comics #3-5, from October-December 1992. It was written by Sarah Byam, illustrated and inked by David Roach, colored by Alex Wald, lettered by Phil Owen and edited by Jerry Prosser. Issue #3 of Dark Horse Comics also featured an Aliens cover by Roach, while issue #5 featured an Aliens cover by Dave Dorman.
Dark Horse Comics continues as the best new anthology on the market. This issue introduces — "Aliens: Horror Show," a new three-chapter serial written by Sarah Byam (Billi 99) with art by David Roach (2000 AD).
While Earth is still infested with Xenomorphs (as seen in Aliens: Book One), people living on the moon are inexplicably haunted by dreams of the Aliens, which one man is recording and selling to another.
Aliens: Horror Show was first serialized and reprinted in the United Kingdom in 3 parts in Aliens magazine, Vol. 2 #12-14, from June-August 1993.
The story was eventually collected as part of Aliens Omnibus: Volume 3 in March 2008.
Profile for original issue on the Dark Horse Comics website: