William Gibson's Alien 3 #2
This is the official adaptation of the original screenplay for Alien 3, written by William Gibson, the award-winning science fiction author of the cyberpunk cult classic Neuromancer. You'll see familiar characters and places--but not all is the same in this horrifying Cold War thriller! With the Sulaco containing more than meets the eye, the U.P.P. team looks to find out what happened to Ripley, Bishop, and company. At the same time, the group on the Rodina have discovered that one of their own--Kurtz--may be infected on Anchorpoint, and uses the captured Bishop as a ransoming piece for Kurtz's return, who the Rodina crew view as a potential weapon. Adaptation and art by Johnnie Christmas--co-creator of Margaret Atwood's Angel Catbird and creator of Image Comics' Firebug.

William Gibson's Alien 3 #2 Details

TitleWilliam Gibson's Alien 3 #2
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseDec 12th, 2018
PublisherDark Horse
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GenreSequential Art, Comics, Horror, Science Fiction

William Gibson's Alien 3 #2 Review

  • Xavi Marturet
    January 1, 1970
    Maybe it was here where I find something to make me understand why this story never came the third movie.Too much dialogues and no action at all.And about the comic-book adaptation: Artist is too simple here, excepting just a few pages.I really hope the final issue will improve this.***********************Quizá aquí es donde encuentro algo que me haga entender por qué esta historia nunca llegó a ser la tercera película.Demasiados diálogos y nada de acción.Y respecto al cómic: el dibujante es dem Maybe it was here where I find something to make me understand why this story never came the third movie.Too much dialogues and no action at all.And about the comic-book adaptation: Artist is too simple here, excepting just a few pages.I really hope the final issue will improve this.***********************Quizá aquí es donde encuentro algo que me haga entender por qué esta historia nunca llegó a ser la tercera película.Demasiados diálogos y nada de acción.Y respecto al cómic: el dibujante es demasiado simple, exceptuando unas pocas páginas.Espero de verdad que la última entrega mejore de nivel.
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  • Tucker Johnson
    January 1, 1970
    Still waitingThe story is moving in the right direction. Corporate politics are picking up and that’s great for world building but where the heck is Ripley!? Too much time being spent with no name characters.
  • Steven Stennett
    January 1, 1970
    It could have been the 3rd movie, easily!Nicely plotted a logical continuation from the first two films. Reassuring to having Hicks Riplely Newt in attendance, still could be the 3rd instalment.
  • Matt
    January 1, 1970
    More dense and involved than what I remember the movie being like...
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