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|Aliens: Life and Death|
|Written by||Dan Abnett|
|Colored by||Rain Beredo|
|Cover(s) by|| David Palumbo|
Sachin Teng (#1 variant)
|Publisher||Dark Horse Comics|
|Release date(s)||Sept-Dec 2016|
|Preceded by||Aliens: Defiance - Extravehicular|
Aliens: Life and Death is an ongoing four-issue limited comic book series that is being published currently by Dark Horse Comics. It is also being published simultaneously in the digital format via Dark Horse Digital. The story is written by Dan Abnett, illustrated by Moritat and colored by Rain Beredo, with cover art by David Palumbo. Sachin Teng also provided a variant cover for the first issue.
Aliens: Life and Death forms the Aliens component of Dark Horse's franchise-crossing Life and Death event in 2016/2017, and is being released in conjunction with Predator: Life and Death, Prometheus: Life and Death and Alien vs. Predator: Life and Death. The four series all share an interconnected story and all will be written by Abnett.
The Colonial Marines get a taste of what it's like to be at the bottom of the food chain!
#2: Up till now, the Colonial Marines have been reacting to attacks by the Predators and the Engineers. But having escaped LV-223, they make the decision to return and fight — against the deadliest adversaries in the galaxy!
#3: Having returned to LV-223 to save one of their own, Captain Paget and her Colonial Marines find themselves once again stranded — and facing an army of Xenomorphs!
#4: As the Colonial Marines on LV-223 prepare to make their last stand against the Xenomorph horde, their one hope may lie in the Alien queen!
Behind the Scenes Edit
Because the vast majority of Xenomorphs seen in the Aliens portion of the Life and Death story cycle were birthed from non-human hosts, Dark Horse Comics enlisted artist Brian Thies to create some new Alien designs, highlighting how the creatures exhibit physical aspects of their hosts.