Aliens vs. Predator: Thrill of the Hunt
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Aliens vs. Predator: Thrill of the Hunt

3.42 of 5 stars 3.42  ·  rating details  ·  53 ratings  ·  4 reviews
In the farthest reaches of space, a creature terrified us. Acid blood. Armored skin. Razor-sharp teeth. No mercy. In the depths of a rain forest, another creature hunted us. Perfect camouflage. Fearsome weapons. Brutal methods. No conscience. In 2004, these monsters clashed on Earth in the greatest battle the universe has ever known. But far in the future, long after a tec...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published October 19th 2004 by Dark Horse Books
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This read like a poor imitation of the original Alien Vs Predator comic, right down to the extended moralistic discussion between two characters as they approached the planet where the action was all set to take place. Once there, the reader is confronted by artwork that made distinguishing between characters difficult, confusing action scenes, shifting character motivations - seemingly for no reason at all - and an end to the graphic novel that left things completely up in the air.

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This graphic novel is a sequel to the film, set long after our alien friends tangled on Earth. In this tale, foolish humans repeat the mistakes of the past. Written by Mike Kennedy, pencils by Roger Robinson with Dustin Weaver, and inks by James Pascoe with Randy Emberlin. The small size of the book doesn’t do the artwork justice.

Published in trade paperback by Dark Horse Comics.
Doesn't deliver. I was expecting lots of Predator vs Alien punchup (slashup?!), gratuitous xenoform clawing, biting and a great thrill of a hunt - but instead there's just humans talking, talking, talking. Give me my 10 minutes back. I won't say this too often: But the AvP movie was a lot better.
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