Marvel’s Alien Comic Arrives This March, Here’s a First Look

We may not have a new film about aliens in the near future, but the Marvel comics will bring us new stories in a few months’ time, staged in the context of classic fiction/horror. The publisher announced a new series by writer Philip Kennedy Johnson (Empyre: Captain America), which will debut in March 2021. The series Alien is the first part of a new series of stories taking place in this universe.

The book will present the art of Salvador Larroca (Dr. Doum). I found the cover of Alien #1, which shows Xenomorph looking angry and ready to strike. It seems to be faithful to what fans will remember of the original 1979 Ridley Scott classics. Johnson should have said that.

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. As a reader and fan, I was as excited as anyone when I heard that the franchise was going to be launched on Marvel, and when they asked me to write the launch, I was there to see it. I’ve trained my whole life for this show without knowing it. Ever since I saw Alien Ridley Scott at a very young age, I have been obsessed with xenomorphism, the most emblematic image of terror in cinema.

In the middle of the plot – a Weyland-Yutani mercenary named Gabriel Cruz, who must fight against a new deadly race of xenomorphs, endangering the survival of his child. Marvel says it will be an exciting addition to the incredible legacy that began with the groundbreaking 1979 film. The publisher also promises that the publication will contain new and classic characters from the country and beyond. Salvador Larroca should have said that.

The drawing was like a dream, and I am so grateful to be part of this series! Ever since I was young, Alien has been one of my favorite allusions to science fiction horror movies, and I couldn’t hope to ever get the chance to paint it. Alien is a creative reference for a whole generation of artists, and I am very proud to illustrate this series now. I hope the readers appreciate it as much as I paint it! Philip’s story will delight fans of this amazing franchise! I swallowed every stranger’s story in all available media and spent many hours in class developing ideas about what happened before, after and between the chapters we were supposed to see. I now have a chance to realize my favorite nightmares. And with my incredibly talented friends at Marvel and some of the greatest cartoonists telling me these stories, I can promise you that our nightmares will be yours.

Disney acquired virtually all of Fox’s media assets in a multi-billion dollar deal that took effect. The deal took effect last year and placed Disney, as well as many other franchises, under Alien’s control. Because Disney also owns Marvel, they decided to create synergies with these new books. There are also new Predator comics on the way, but neither the title nor the release date has been fixed.

Ridley Scott is planning another sequel for the film, although the details remain a mystery. He follows Alien in 2017: A pact that turned out to be a commercial disappointment, a divisive pact. Don’t forget to check out the newly discovered covers for yourself. We receive these messages via

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