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|Written by||Edward Martin III|
|Illustrated by||Mark A. Nelson|
|Inked by||Mark A. Nelson|
|Colored by||Ray Murtaugh|
|Lettered by||Willie Schubert|
|Cover(s) by||Arthur Adams|
|Edited by||Randy Stradley|
|Publisher||Dark Horse Comics|
|Release date(s)||July 1993|
|Preceded by||Aliens: Sacrifice|
|Concurrent|| Aliens: Colonial Marines (1993 series)|
|Followed by||Aliens: Backsplash|
Aliens: Taste is a comic book short story that was first published by Dark Horse Comics in the company's self-titled anthology series Dark Horse Comics #11, July 1993. It was written by Edward Martin III, illustrated and inked by Mark A. Nelson, colored by Ray Murtaugh, lettered by Willie Schubert and edited by Randy Stradley. The issue of Dark Horse Comics also featured featured a jam cover with an Aliens segment by Arthur Adams.
In the Aliens comics line, Aliens: Taste was preceded by Aliens: Sacrifice, published concurrently with Aliens: Colonial Marines (1993 series), Aliens: Rogue and Aliens: Crusade, and was followed by Aliens: Backsplash.
Taste is a short strange story. A giant Alien creature gets an Alien egg hatching throws it on a grill for consumption.
As we're treated to anonymous monologue on taste, we see an Alien egg hatching only to be caught and thrown onto a grill by a giant Alien creature.
Aliens: Taste was first reprinted the the United Kingdom in Aliens magazine, Vol. 2 #17, in November 1993.
The comic was eventually collected as part of Aliens Omnibus: Volume 4 in July 2008.
The comic was released digitally through Dark Horse Digital on June 26, 2013, collected with Aliens: Incubation and Aliens: Lucky and reusing Bernie Wrightson's cover art from Dark Horse Presents #101.
Behind the ScenesEdit
It is also notable as one of the few Aliens stories to depict an alien species other than the Xenomorphs. Other notable non-Xenomorph aliens featured in the franchise include the lizard-like space travelers in Aliens: Theory of Alien Propagation, the Reapers from Aliens: Reapers, the alien pilot shown in Aliens: Earth Angel, the hunting village aliens from Aliens: Alien, the extraterrestrial scientists in Aliens: Incubation, the alien monkeys in Aliens: Fire and Stone and, of course, the Predators and Engineers.