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Alien: Black, White & Blood #1 (of 4)

79
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.

THE ALIEN UNIVERSE AS ONLY MARVEL COULD IMAGINE IT! Black, white, red – and GREEN! Marvel Comics and 20th Century Studios present a kill-fest of an anthology in chest-rending artistic detail! Superstars Collin Kelly & Jackson Lanzing (Captain America: Cold War, Guardians of the Galaxy) and brilliant artist Michael Dowling (Black Cat, Amazing Spider-Man) kick off a generations-spanning story that will continue through all four issues! Fan-favorite writer Ryan Cady explores the limits of compassion in “Maternal Instincts.” And rising stars Stephanie Phillips and Marcelo Ferreira bring you “The Hunt,” a tale of guts, glory and the most exhilarating of games…

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
33 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CNQS6LLH

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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    ComicBook.com

    Marvel’s Black, White & Blood anthology series finally comes for the Alien side of their publishing line and proves this franchise is best suited for big ideas being exploded in small bites. The ongoing Alien comics from Marvel have been hit or miss, but Alien: Black, White & Blood hits the ground running with major swings. Writers Collin Kelly & Jackson Lanzing and artist Michael Dowling start things off with “Utopia,” a story that forces an idyllic future built by man to confront the nihilistic face of the Xenomorph. Stephanie Phillips and Marcelo Ferreira’s “The Hunt” takes another political slant that feels as timeless as its predecessor, and Ryan Cady and Devmalya Pramanik’s “Maternal Instinct” delivers a slick, solid story that feels like it could carry its own Alien movie. Alien: Black, White & Blood starts off this anthology three for three.

  • 85

    AIPT

    Alien: Black, White & Blood #1 is off to a good start. This isn’t just a collection of Aliens ripping humans apart. However, it does have that, but compelling sci-fi stories about humanity, the humanity inside machines, and the audacity of the rich. Like any good sci-fi, it sports a message while also drenching its pages in blood.

  • 72

    Un Cómic Más

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