Aliens: Labyrinth, by S. D. Perry

Genre:  Horror
Publisher: Dark Horse
Published:  1996
Reviewer Rating:  four stars
Reviewer:  Michael D. Griffiths

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As some people might know, I am a big fan of the Alien series and concept. I used to read a lot of comics and graphic novels. I switched to mostly reading books over the last decade or two, but I had Aliens Labyrinth laying around so I thought I would give it a try.

Set on a far-off space station, experiments are being done in an attempt to train aliens. Like most things involving aliens, things go wrong and people get killed in horrible ways, but the scientist in charge keeps the experiment alive.


Two new people arrive at the station. One is replacing a fallen scientist and the other is the dead man’s lover. They quickly discover things are far worse than they seemed and when they learn to much, they end up entering the training labyrinth.

Great art and easy to read and follow which is more than I can say for some graphic novels. Characterization and action were also well done.


Downsides might include it seems similar to the Aliens 4 movie, but hey, either we fight them or study them I suppose

I would recommend this to any fan of the Alien concept. They took some liberties, but I think they worked out well. Worth checking out.

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