Alien vs. Predator: Life and Death #3

Alien vs. Predator: Life and Death #3

Event\Storyline: Life and Death Writer: Dan Abnett Artist: Brian Thies Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: February 22, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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The Alien hordes descend in a desperate attempt to repossess their fetus queen from the escaping Colonial Marines. Even with the help of the Predator clan, survival for the humans doesn't look likely. The birth of the queen means death to the squad!

  • 8.7
    Geeked Out Nation - Jideobi Odunze Feb 22, 2017

    With the way Aliens Vs Predator: Life And Death #3 ends, it's going to be one heck of a pain waiting for the next issue as it is also the end. I don't know how this will end, but that is what you love about a story like this. We are at a point where there may not be another chapter to follow Life And Death. This could be it and guess what? I might be just fine with that because this has been an exciting story that went on longer than I initially guessed it would. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Feb 23, 2017

    Each of the segments in this cycle have been strong and while this piece may not be my favorite at this stage it's one that's definitely delivering on some very solid material as it all funnels down toward the end. We're in the phase where the cast is being whittled away a bit more and the tension is ramping up, something that Dan Abnett is delivering on well with the script as it allows for Brian Thies to really go all out with it in the visual design department. Though a touch lighter since enough of it is focused on the dialogue-free aspects of the xenomorphs and predators, this is definitely a strong issue in bringing things closer to a conclusion. Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    Graphic Policy - christopher scott author Feb 20, 2017

    There is a lot of action going on, and a lot of fire- power and all of it is beautifully rendered by Brian Thies. The predator group is doing a lot of up close fighting with both their trademark spears and claws and Thies captures the awesome detail. In contrast to this, the humans are using a more modern version of firepower. Despite the contrasting forms of combat, Thies' art shows off that neither side are to be trifled with. Read Full Review

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