Aliens Dust To Dust #1

Aliens Dust To Dust #1

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT

The Trono colony on LV-871 is under attack. Emergency evacuations are ordered. Evac shuttles are taking off. All twelve-year-old Maxon and his mom have to do is make it to the spaceport. Except between them and it are . . . Aliens! A terrifying coming-of-age story by master storyteller Gabriel Hardman. o Gabriel Hardman storyboarded the films Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, Logan, Dawn of Planet of the Apes, and many others! o A reexamination of why we fear the Aliens! o On sale in time for Alien Day (4/26)!
Date Available: 04/25/2018
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


This Aliens story, written and drawn by Gabriel Hardman, moves at a relentless pace. Starting immediately before a 'face hugging' and ending at the natural conclusion, there is not one wasted moment of story, one extra panel to show how well he can draw aliens, or one d*mn second to breathe. I'd say it captures the 'What the h*ll is happening..?!?!' feeling as well as any Alien comic has. This is a moody atmosphere riddled freight train of death, and the end promises that things get worse next issue. I can't wait.

I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
The Trono colony on LV-871 is under attack. Emergency evacuations are ordered. Evac shuttles are taking off. All twelve-year-old Maxon and his mom have to do is make it to the spaceport. Except between them and it are . . . Aliens! A terrifying coming-of-age story by master storyteller Gabriel Hardman. o Gabriel Hardman storyboarded the films Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, Logan, Dawn of Planet of the Apes, and many others! o A reexamination of why we fear the Aliens! o On sale in time for Alien Day (4/26)!
Date Available: 04/25/2018
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


This Aliens story, written and drawn by Gabriel Hardman, moves at a relentless pace. Starting immediately before a 'face hugging' and ending at the natural conclusion, there is not one wasted moment of story, one extra panel to show how well he can draw aliens, or one d*mn second to breathe. I'd say it captures the 'What the h*ll is happening..?!?!' feeling as well as any Alien comic has. This is a moody atmosphere riddled freight train of death, and the end promises that things get worse next issue. I can't wait.

I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


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