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Aliens Omnibus Vol. 3 TPB

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By:   Ian Edginton, Peter Milligan, Jim Woodring, Dave Gibbons, Will Simpson, Paul Jophnson, Killian Plunkett, Mike Mignola
Type:   Graphic Novels
Genres:   Fiction
Publisher:   Dark Horse
Pub. Date:   February 22, 2008
Availability:   Released
ISBN:   978-1-59307-872-0
UPC:   978159307872052495
For ages:   16+
Details:   Full color, 376 pages, TPB, 6" x 9"

The old saying "You can't unbreak an egg" holds true, especially when that egg unleashes an interstellar scourge, the dreaded Alien. But as dangerous and lethal as this species has proven itself time and time again, some men cannot resist the awful gravity of the creatures' potential when merged with human science . . . and arrogance . . . and lust for power. But the cold contracts of these deals with the Devil also bring out the best in humanity, and the awful crucible of struggle against this interstellar cancer brings man closer to his neighbors . . . and to his God.

* Aliens Omnibus Volume 3 collects complete story arcs of Rogue by Ian Edginton and Will Simpson, and Labyrinth by Jim Woodring and Kilian Plunkett, and the acclaimed tale "Salvation," written by Dave Gibbons and illustrated by the incomparable Mike Mignola.

* Also collects the stories "Advent/Terminus", "Reaper", and "Horror Show".

(4 Customer Reviews)

  • Jul 15, 2012 Catherine Stencel from Dorval, Quebec

    This volume had better stories and art than vol. 2. A few discoveries that were made in vol.2 are used in this volume. This is why I dont review things much, not good at it. I still recomend reading this one.

  • Jun 30, 2012 Benjamin from Springville, UT

    Great artwork throughout, I definitely love this volume.

  • Jan 10, 2012 Daniel from Colorado

    The stories in this collection are so grim that its fantastic. As the Aliens series tends to do, this volume does an excellent job of highlighting the monstrosity that is human ambition. The Aliens in these tales all serve as clever foils for humanity's downfalls. All in all, I was quite pleased with this volume, and plan to delve even further into these omnibus collections.

  • May 20, 2009 Thomas Lozano from Ukiah, CA

    The book has both great and disturbing artwork in this Aliens Omnibus. It's really great reading it.

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