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Aliens By Brian WoodEresting and fun We learn about the Working Joes We learn are reassured *that Weyland Yutani will never not be a bunch a dickheads Hello It *Weyland Yutani will never not be a bunch a dickheads Hello It me JackThe locations throughout Alien Defiance have the same lo fi aesthetic as both the original Alien movie and Alien Isolation which makes it very easy for Defiance to slip right into the canon That Defiance is able to seamlessly and beautifully merge elements of the Alien and Isolation makes it one of the best additions to the Alien Universe I ve yet read Also xenomorphs Yay My Rating 5 holy fuck it s behind me s out of 5 Not uite as great as I hoped it would be but still goodWhat s it aboutOur main character is working with robots to ick xenomporph assProsThe story is pretty decent if you now what to expect It won t change your life it doesn t give all that fresh of a take on the genre but it s fun

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what most readers from an Alien comicThis book has freuent bad ass action scenes Very exciting throughoutThe horror element is great in this The xenomorphs are done in a pretty bad ass wayThe ending icks ass and has a cliffhanger encouraging me to add volume 2 to my reading listConsThe art isn t terrible but often looks ugly It works in a few scenes and gets better towards the end but for the most part it doesn t work very wellThe characters are very meh They but for the most part it doesn t work very wellThe characters are very meh They t bad they just seem very generic I would even say Wood messed up by trying to add political commentary in one issue to make the character interesting by going on about how she s a black woman but if anything it just made me confused that they re adding political stuff to AliensThe writing in general has some issues I now Wood is capable of fant. He is forced to uestion her strength and loyalty when the discovery of an insidious alien species on a derelict hauler sends her on a dangerous journey across the stars Th. Astic writing but in this one there are some problems particularly with rushing into things in a way that messes with the pace and slightly annoying flashback stuffThis book is fairly predictableOverallIt s okay but nothing special It s decent enough that I ll add volume 2 to my reading list but there are better Alien comics out there I don t entirely get why this one gets hype It has cool action and is overall a decent don t entirely get why this one gets hype It has cool action and is overall a decent in the world of Aliens but with weak art writing problems #And Meh Characters It #meh characters it seem to fail in some very important areas so isn t uite one I m gonna be recommending to friends or anything35 I was looking for tags to attach from my bookshelves but I couldn t find which might be a way of saying this is something I don t read much oftenAlien invasion brought by some stupid power hungry humans some not so dumb humans trying to fight back so called aliens use humans as their hosts but good at combat without any training androids going rogue to save human race I can go on This is a great idea A rogue android and a colonial marine find out what Weyland Uitani have been up to and are seeking out and eradicating Xenomorph infestations before the corporation can gather samples It starts out really strong but has some editorial issues It s established that The Marine Didn T marine didn t what the Xenomorphs were but then in a flashback was shown getting hurt while fighting Bugs The art was good but I often found the panels too tight and the coloring too dark to make out the action Still I liked it enough to seek out volume 2Received a review copy from Dark Horse and Edelweiss All thoughts are my own and in no way influenced by the aforementioned. E New York Times best selling comics writer Brian Wood pens an epic space odyssey filled with gritty fearless art by up and coming artist Tristan JonesAliens Defiance #1 .
I consider Alien Isolation one of the greatest things to happen to the Alien universe in recent history since 1979 I consider it the purest type of canon It terrified me just as the original Alien did way back when I was a idlet I had to take long breaks so my heart would stop pounding It was even so elevated for me thanks to the inclusion of Amanda Ripley Ellen s daughter Also that in the majority of the game we only have one single xenomorph made for a thoroughly horrifying experience that in the majority of the game we only have one single xenomorph made for a thoroughly horrifying experience bazillions of them just makes them seem less powerful and you habituate after a little while glares angrily at the AVP franchise Presenting habituate after a little while glares angrily at the AVP franchise Presenting McMelt FaceI said to my partner just days #Before Checking Out Aliens Defiance That Comics #checking out Aliens Defiance that comics to leave the Alien franchise alone now because they re inda ruining it by just churning out whatever rubbish Sticking a xenomorph in a story with a gun wielding lady does not an Alien story make But if you build on what has come before incorporating a number existing elements paying homage to the original work of O Bannon Schusset and Scott well be my guest And who could do that but Brian Wood apparently YaarghThe one addition to the Alien franchise that I loved was the Working Joe androids This is where this review finally starts talking about the comic Aliens Defiance features not only Amanda Ripley albeit very briefly but the Working Joes also play a major role Even the maintenance jack gets some attention The story takes place in a couple of locations a derelict ship a science station and much to my glee Sevastopol and Tranuility Base are mentioned Weyland Yutani plays a role as does the Seegson Corporation The story is int. Colonial Marine Private First Class Zula Hendricks is battling demons from her past while fighting for her life in the company of Weyland Yutani synthetics In deep space