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Alien: Black, White & Blood #3 (of 4)

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Based on 2 critic ratings.

THE STAR-STUDDED KILLFEST CONTINUES! In “Utopia,” Collin Kelly, Jackson Lanzing and Michael Dowling take you through the collapse of a civilization that believed it could overcome the worst of human nature to live in permanent peace. But in the war against the Xenomorphs overtaking their home, the citizens of the ship Forward find themselves breaking every principle… Then, in “Gear in the Machine,” Cody Ziglar goes guts-deep into the core of human evil, while in “Lucky,” Steve Foxe flips the viewpoint in a way that will tug at the heartstrings of even the most seasoned Alien fan. An unmissable piece of the universe-spanning franchise!

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    The ongoing story in the pages of Alien: Black, White, and Blood from writers Collin Kelly & Jackson Lanzing and artist Michael Dowling remains its most interesting as it explores a side of storytelling this franchise would never dare even attempt in live-action, a bold and deeply political allegory that feels fresh and frightening. The other two in this month’s issue vary from mediocre to unique, with Steve Foxe and Tommaso Bianchi’s slightly comedic one-off being a story perfect for this format.

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