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Aliens: Sacrifice
Written by Peter Milligan
Illustrated by Paul Johnson
Inked by
Lettered by
Colored by
Cover(s) by Paul Johnson
Edited by Dick Hansom
Publisher Dark Horse Comics
Release date(s) May 1993
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Preceded by Aliens: Horror Show
Concurrent Aliens: Colonial Marines
Aliens: Rogue
Followed by Aliens: Taste
Aliens: Crusade
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Aliens: Sacrifice is a four-part comic book story that was first published by Dark Horse Comics in its UK-based Aliens magazine, Vol. 2 #9-12, from March-June 1993. It was also released as a one-shot prestige-format comic book in May 1993. The story was written by Peter Milligan, illustrated by Paul Johnson, lettered by Ellie de Ville and edited by Dick Hansom. The one-shot reprint featured cover art by Johnson. At the time of release it was heralded by Dark Horse as "perhaps the most emotionally powerful Aliens tale you will ever read".

In the Aliens comics line, Aliens: Sacrifice was preceded by Aliens: Horror Show, published concurrently with Aliens: Colonial Marines and Aliens: Rogue, and was followed by Aliens: Taste and Aliens: Crusade.

Publisher's SummaryEdit

Stranded on an isolated planet, Ann McKay takes shelter in a remote village that is being terrorized by an Alien. She soon discovers that its inhabitants are hiding a horrifying secret from her. But to discover the truth she has to face her own innermost demons, and try to save the souls of the villagers at the same time.

Reprint HistoryEdit

Aliens: Sacrifice was first collected along with the story Aliens: Salvation in the trade paperback Aliens: Salvation and Sacrifice in March 2001, with new cover art by Mike Mignola. It was collected again as part of Aliens Omnibus: Volume 3 in March 2008.

Behind the ScenesEdit

Sacrifice is notably the only original story solicited for Aliens magazine that was actually completed; the final issue of Aliens: Crusade was never published, while Aliens: Matrix was never published at all, due to the fact that the company responsible for the magazine, Dark Horse International, went out of business.

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