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I've said it before in other Longbox Junk entries. . .I love all things Alien. As a matter of fact, I'm gonna commit nerdic heresy right here and right now by taking a step out of line and confessing that Alien 3 is one of my favorite movies. And THEN I'm gonna just go ahead and throw myself completely over the cliff by actually admitting that I (mostly) like Alien: Resurrection. But that's the movies. What about the comics?
In between and around the various movies in the Alien franchise, Dark Horse was busy creating an expanded comic universe. Similar to their Star Wars expanded universe, the quality of the projects ranged from really good to really bad. There wasn't much middle ground. Either what you got was good or it was bad when it came to Dark Horse's Aliens comics (and their Star Wars comics as well).
So what side of the fence does the Longbox Junk at hand fall? READ ON!- read more
First, let me say that I'm a big fan of the Aliens and Predator universe that Dark Horse established outside of the movie continuity in the 1990's.
BUT. . .
The stories varied wildly in quality. Some of them were brilliant, and are some of my favorite comics, period. Others were steaming piles of . The inconsistency of Dark Horse's Alien universe was its weak point. . .and I'm assuming the reason why it eventually faded away for quite a while (They've recently rebooted their Alien/Predator books and the quality is a lot more consistent).- read more
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