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X-Force is a fictional team of superheroes appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics , most commonly in association with the X-Men . Conceived by writer/illustrator Rob Liefeld , the team first appeared in New Mutants #100 (April 1991 ) and soon afterwards was featured in its own series called X-Force . The group was originally a revamped version of the 1980s team, the New Mutants .

X-Force's first leader was the mutant Cable . An offshoot of the X-Men , X-Force takes a more militant and aggressive approach towards its enemies compared to the X-Men.

The Uncanny X-Force series ended at issue #35 in 2012 and was once again relaunched as Uncanny X-Force vol. 2 as part of Marvel NOW! , with a new team led by Storm and Psylocke, written by Sam Humphries. A concurrent X-Force book written by Dennis Hopeless, Cable and X-Force , was released at the same time, bringing Cable back into the X-Force fold. The two series ended in 2014 after a crossover between the two titled "Vendetta". A new X-Force (vol. 4), was launched featuring a black-ops squad composed of Cable, Psylocke, Fantomex and Marrow , written by X-Men: Legacy writer Simon Spurrier . [2]

On the remote planet Ryushi, a small ranching community becomes an unwilling participant in a deadly ritual: extraterrestrial Predators have seeded Ryushi with Alien eggs in order to create the ultimate hunt. But what the Predators don't know is that an Alien queen egg is amongst those they've sent as potential hunting stock, and when the Predators arrive, the hunters become the hunted amidst a monumental swarm of Aliens, and they may need to turn to the very same humans they regard as little more than potential trophies to give them any hope of survival.

Aliens vs. Predator Omnibus Volume One packs over 400 pages of excitement and terror into one package, offering the original smash-hit AVP comics series that launched the franchise, plus the exciting continuation of the storyline previously published as AVP: War.

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“Mankind’s two ultimate nightmares come together in mortal combat, and whoever wins – we lose. On the remote planet Ryushi, a small ranching community becomes an unwilling participant in a deadly ritual: extraterrestrial Predators have seeded Ryushi with Alien eggs in order to create the ultimate hunt. But what the Predators don’t know is that an Alien queen egg is amongst those they’ve sent as potential hunting stock, and when the Predators arrive, the hunters become the hunted amidst a monumental swarm of Aliens, and they may need to turn to the very same humans they regard as little more than potential trophies to give them any hope of survival.”

When the race of Predators tire of hunting easy prey, they capture an Alien Queen and force her to produce enough eggs to turn an abandoned planet into a controlled-population Alien game preserve. However, another Alien Queen accidentally winds up on the planet and a group of Predators finds themselves turned from hunter to hunted in the midst of a planet fully inhabited by Aliens! It’s a non-stop, fast-paced thriller!”

This is the start of it all. Without this particular story you would not be sat here reading this particular review on this website. Without Randy Stradley and his concept for an Aliens vs. Predator story, we wouldn’t have had the Alien vs Predator games that inspired Darkness to create this website or the Alien vs Predator movies that he turned the website into a news website for.

X-Force is a fictional team of superheroes appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics , most commonly in association with the X-Men . Conceived by writer/illustrator Rob Liefeld , the team first appeared in New Mutants #100 (April 1991 ) and soon afterwards was featured in its own series called X-Force . The group was originally a revamped version of the 1980s team, the New Mutants .

X-Force's first leader was the mutant Cable . An offshoot of the X-Men , X-Force takes a more militant and aggressive approach towards its enemies compared to the X-Men.

The Uncanny X-Force series ended at issue #35 in 2012 and was once again relaunched as Uncanny X-Force vol. 2 as part of Marvel NOW! , with a new team led by Storm and Psylocke, written by Sam Humphries. A concurrent X-Force book written by Dennis Hopeless, Cable and X-Force , was released at the same time, bringing Cable back into the X-Force fold. The two series ended in 2014 after a crossover between the two titled "Vendetta". A new X-Force (vol. 4), was launched featuring a black-ops squad composed of Cable, Psylocke, Fantomex and Marrow , written by X-Men: Legacy writer Simon Spurrier . [2]

X-Force is a fictional team of superheroes appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics , most commonly in association with the X-Men . Conceived by writer/illustrator Rob Liefeld , the team first appeared in New Mutants #100 (April 1991 ) and soon afterwards was featured in its own series called X-Force . The group was originally a revamped version of the 1980s team, the New Mutants .

X-Force's first leader was the mutant Cable . An offshoot of the X-Men , X-Force takes a more militant and aggressive approach towards its enemies compared to the X-Men.

The Uncanny X-Force series ended at issue #35 in 2012 and was once again relaunched as Uncanny X-Force vol. 2 as part of Marvel NOW! , with a new team led by Storm and Psylocke, written by Sam Humphries. A concurrent X-Force book written by Dennis Hopeless, Cable and X-Force , was released at the same time, bringing Cable back into the X-Force fold. The two series ended in 2014 after a crossover between the two titled "Vendetta". A new X-Force (vol. 4), was launched featuring a black-ops squad composed of Cable, Psylocke, Fantomex and Marrow , written by X-Men: Legacy writer Simon Spurrier . [2]

On the remote planet Ryushi, a small ranching community becomes an unwilling participant in a deadly ritual: extraterrestrial Predators have seeded Ryushi with Alien eggs in order to create the ultimate hunt. But what the Predators don't know is that an Alien queen egg is amongst those they've sent as potential hunting stock, and when the Predators arrive, the hunters become the hunted amidst a monumental swarm of Aliens, and they may need to turn to the very same humans they regard as little more than potential trophies to give them any hope of survival.

Aliens vs. Predator Omnibus Volume One packs over 400 pages of excitement and terror into one package, offering the original smash-hit AVP comics series that launched the franchise, plus the exciting continuation of the storyline previously published as AVP: War.

Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Comic Vine users. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll send you an email once approved.

“Mankind’s two ultimate nightmares come together in mortal combat, and whoever wins – we lose. On the remote planet Ryushi, a small ranching community becomes an unwilling participant in a deadly ritual: extraterrestrial Predators have seeded Ryushi with Alien eggs in order to create the ultimate hunt. But what the Predators don’t know is that an Alien queen egg is amongst those they’ve sent as potential hunting stock, and when the Predators arrive, the hunters become the hunted amidst a monumental swarm of Aliens, and they may need to turn to the very same humans they regard as little more than potential trophies to give them any hope of survival.”

When the race of Predators tire of hunting easy prey, they capture an Alien Queen and force her to produce enough eggs to turn an abandoned planet into a controlled-population Alien game preserve. However, another Alien Queen accidentally winds up on the planet and a group of Predators finds themselves turned from hunter to hunted in the midst of a planet fully inhabited by Aliens! It’s a non-stop, fast-paced thriller!”

This is the start of it all. Without this particular story you would not be sat here reading this particular review on this website. Without Randy Stradley and his concept for an Aliens vs. Predator story, we wouldn’t have had the Alien vs Predator games that inspired Darkness to create this website or the Alien vs Predator movies that he turned the website into a news website for.

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X-Force is a fictional team of superheroes appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics , most commonly in association with the X-Men . Conceived by writer/illustrator Rob Liefeld , the team first appeared in New Mutants #100 (April 1991 ) and soon afterwards was featured in its own series called X-Force . The group was originally a revamped version of the 1980s team, the New Mutants .

X-Force's first leader was the mutant Cable . An offshoot of the X-Men , X-Force takes a more militant and aggressive approach towards its enemies compared to the X-Men.

The Uncanny X-Force series ended at issue #35 in 2012 and was once again relaunched as Uncanny X-Force vol. 2 as part of Marvel NOW! , with a new team led by Storm and Psylocke, written by Sam Humphries. A concurrent X-Force book written by Dennis Hopeless, Cable and X-Force , was released at the same time, bringing Cable back into the X-Force fold. The two series ended in 2014 after a crossover between the two titled "Vendetta". A new X-Force (vol. 4), was launched featuring a black-ops squad composed of Cable, Psylocke, Fantomex and Marrow , written by X-Men: Legacy writer Simon Spurrier . [2]

On the remote planet Ryushi, a small ranching community becomes an unwilling participant in a deadly ritual: extraterrestrial Predators have seeded Ryushi with Alien eggs in order to create the ultimate hunt. But what the Predators don't know is that an Alien queen egg is amongst those they've sent as potential hunting stock, and when the Predators arrive, the hunters become the hunted amidst a monumental swarm of Aliens, and they may need to turn to the very same humans they regard as little more than potential trophies to give them any hope of survival.

Aliens vs. Predator Omnibus Volume One packs over 400 pages of excitement and terror into one package, offering the original smash-hit AVP comics series that launched the franchise, plus the exciting continuation of the storyline previously published as AVP: War.

Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Comic Vine users. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll send you an email once approved.


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