List of Alien (franchise) novels

The Alien literary franchise consists of multiple novels and short stories based on the eponymous film franchise, which began in 1979 with the release of Alien.

Alien
The Alien logo was first used for the first film in the franchise and later the novel series.

AuthorReference individual listings
CountryUnited States
United Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
PublisherWarner Books (1979-1992 & 1997);
Bantam Books (1992-1998);
DH Press (2005–2008);
Titan Books (2014–present);
Imprint (2019)
PublishedMarch 29, 1979 – August 28, 1998;
October 26, 2005 – October 8, 2008;
January 28, 2014 – present
Media typePrint (paperback)
E-book
Audiobook

In the 20th century, all Alien-related novels published were adaptations of pre-existing material. From 1979 up to 1997, Warner Books published novelizations of the first four films in the year of release; 1979, 1986, 1992, and 1997, respectively. The first three novelizations were written by Alan Dean Foster. Throughout the 1990s, Bantam Books published nine novelizations of Alien comic books published by Dark Horse Comics.

After going on a hiatus, the franchise returned in book form in 2005. DH Press—Dark Horse Comics' novel publishing imprint—published six original novels from 2005 to 2008. This marked the first time in the franchise where novels were original stories, rather than adaptations. DH Press' series took place after the events of the fourth film; Alien Resurrection (1997), despite the fact that it was based on the second film. Following the release of Aliens: No Exit in 2008, the novel series once more went into hiatus.

In 2014, after six years, Titan Books started publication of Alien novels once more, starting with Alien: Out of the Shadows, written by Tim Lebbon. Out of the Shadows was the first in a trilogy of books, and is canon to the events of the film series.[1] In 2016, Alien: Invasion was published, which is the second book in Lebbon's The Rage Wars trilogy; a crossover between the Alien, Predator, and Alien vs. Predator franchises. The following year, Foster would write both a novelization and prequel to Alien: Covenant (2017). The success of the novels led to the publication of further stories, including a novelization of the video game Alien: Isolation (2014).

Film and game novelizations edit

Title Author Publisher Date Length Notes Ref.
Alien Alan Dean Foster Warner Books March 29, 1979 270 pp Novelization of the 1979 film Alien [2]
Aliens June 1, 1986 247 pp Novelization of the 1986 film Aliens [3]
Alien 3 June 11, 1992 218 pp Novelization of the 1992 film Alien 3 [4]
Alien Resurrection A. C. Crispin Aspect Books November 27, 1997 276 pp Novelization of the 1997 film Alien Resurrection [5]
Prometheus Jon Spaihts and Damon Lindelof Earth Star Entertainment August 1, 2012 255 pp Novelization of the 2012 film Prometheus [6]
Alien: Covenant Alan Dean Foster Titan Publishing Group May 23, 2017 348pp Novelization of the 2017 film Alien: Covenant [7]
[8]
Alien: Isolation Keith DeCandido Titan Books July 30, 2019 336pp Novelization of the 2014 video game Alien: Isolation. As well as retelling the plot of the game, the novel also features a series of non-linear flashbacks detailing Amanda's life before and after the events of Alien. [9]

Dark Horse Comics adaptions edit

Title Author Publisher Date Length Notes Ref.
Aliens: Earth Hive Steve Perry Bantam Books September 1, 1992 278 pp Adapted from the comic book series Aliens vol. 1 (Also known as Aliens: Outbreak) (1988-1989).

Wilks was a space marine with a near-fatal flaw:  he had a heart.  Billie was a child, the only survivor of a far-flung colony outpost.  Thrown together in the last hellish night of an alien invasion, Billie and Wilks helped each other get out alive.  Thirteen years later Wilks is in prison, and Billie lives in a mental institution, the nightmare memories of the massacre at Rim seared into her mind.  Now the government has tapped Wilks to lead an expedition to the aliens' home planet to bring back a live alien.  But the competition on Earth to develop the aliens as a new weapons system is brutal.  When Wilks's team departs on their mission, a trained assassin trails them.  And what follows is no less than guerrilla warfare on the aliens' planet—and alien conquest on Earth!

[10]
Aliens: Nightmare Asylum April 1, 1993 277 pp Adapted from the comic book series Aliens vol. 2 (Also known as Aliens: Nightmare Asylum) (1989-1990).

Wilks, Billie, and Bueller were the last survivors of a devastating assault on the aliens' home planet.  But once their return to the solar system made them refugees once more, fleeing Earth and its alien infestation in a desperate attempt to stay alive.  Now, in an otherwise unmanned military transport, they hurtle through space.  Destination: unknown.

Little do they know that the cargo they carry with them is a legacy of death that they will ultimately have to face. Nor do they know that they head toward a remote colony and military outpost.  This pocket of humanity at the very edges of space is at the mercy of a general names Spears with an agenda all his own.  Now Billie, Wilks, and Bueller face a new nightmare, and it is nothing they could ever have imagined: a gift of madness from an alien world, unbalanced mind, and the experiences of a mysterious pilot named Lieutenant Ellen Ripley.

[11]
Aliens: The Female War Steve Perry and Stephani Perry July 1, 1993 293 pp Adapted from the comic book series Aliens:Earth War (also known as Aliens: Female War) (1990).

Lieutenant Ellen Ripley awoke from her long journey in space with a hole in her memory and an overwhelming drive to survive.  When she meets Wilks and Billie, two battered veterans in the war against the aliens she realizes she's found two comrades in arms—and she's ready to take up the fight.  Only then does she discover the devastating secret that lurks behind her long sleep.  When she, Wilks, and Billie prepare to meet the aliens head-on to turn a powerful alien queen against her spawn in a battle intended to save Earth, that secret becomes her greatest weapon—and her greatest liability.  As the fate of Earth hangs in the balance, Ripley and Billie must come to terms with what it means to be an alien . . . and what it means to be human.

[12]
Aliens: Genocide David Bischoff December 1, 1993 181 pp

Adapted from the comic book series Aliens: Genocide (1991-1992)

[13]
Aliens: Alien Harvest Robert Sheckley Bantam Spectra August 1, 1995 296 pp Adapted from the comic book series Aliens: Hive (also known as Aliens: Harvest) (1992).

A dying man becomes involved in a plot to steal royal jelly from an alien hive, believing it to be a cure for his cancer.

[14]
Aliens: Rogue Sandy Schofield November 1, 1995 288 pp Adapted from the comic book series Aliens: Rogue (1993)

Welcome to the former penal colony of Charon, where a labyrinth of tunnels offer shelter to an Alien hive. Professor Ernst Kleist rules—a paranoid tyrant whose speciality is making humans disappear. Captain Joyce Palmer is bound for Charon. Only she and a few hand-picked Marines can stop Kleist in his tracks. Only they can stop the professor’s most insane creation—the Rogue.

[15]
Aliens: Labyrinth S. D. Perry March 1, 1996 243 pp Adapted from the comic book series Aliens: Labyrinth (1993-1994).

On the space station *Innominata *the infamous Dr Paul Church has built a maze of tunnels. Church is hiding the results of his latest experiments. His aim: to bring human and Alien together as one being. Colonel Dr Tony Crespi has one ambition—to work with Church. But one by one the men on *Innominata *have been dying in the attempt to meld Alien and man. When Crespi finds his way to the heart of the labyrinth he discovers a chamber of horrors—will he ever be able to find a way out?

[16]
Aliens: Music of the Spears Yvonne Navarro September 1, 1996 275 pp

Adapted from the comic book series Aliens: Music of the Spears (1994).

[17]
Aliens: Berserker S. D. Perry August 28, 1998 227 pp

Adapted from the comic book series Aliens: Berserker (1995).

[18]

Further novels edit

Title Author Publisher Date Length Notes Ref.
Aliens: Original Sin Michael Jan Friedman DH Press October 26, 2005 252 pp A sequel to the 1997 film Alien Resurrection. It brings back characters like Ripley 8, the clone of Lt. Ellen Ripley, and android Call. It also sorts out unanswered questions from the movies and raises entirely new ones. Was it just coincidence that the Nostromo happened to pass by the desolate planet? Why was the alien on the crashed ship in the first place? [19]
[20]
Aliens: DNA War Diane Carey May 17, 2006 269 pp

It follows detective Rory Malvaux and the crew of the Vinza as they attempt to extract a group of scientists — including Rory's mother Jocasta — who have unexpectedly encountered Xenomorphs on the planet Rosamond 6. However, upon arriving, the Vinza's crew discover the scientists are not only unwilling to leave, but may be engaging in foul play to preserve the very creatures that stalk them.

[21]
[22]
Aliens: Cauldron June 13, 2006 284 pp

It follows the crews of two cargo starships, the Virginia and the Umiak, as an attempt to illicitly smuggle live Xenomorphs unleashes the deadly creatures upon them.

[23]
[24]
Aliens: Steel Egg John Shirley October 3, 2007 270 pp

Set several decades before the events of the original Alien, the story concerns the crew of the UNIC Hornblower, who are dispatched on a routine survey mission to Saturn where they discover an ancient alien spacecraft in orbit around one of the planet's moons. Upon boarding the mysterious vessel, the unprepared crew soon find themselves trapped in a fight for survival against the Xenomorphs that they accidentally awaken on board.

[25]
[26]
Aliens: Criminal Enterprise Stephani Perry January 16, 2008 222 pp

When his brother falls into debt with ruthless drug dealers, Tommy Chase is forced to take a one-time assignment piloting one of the organization's transport ships to wipe the slate clean. The journey takes him to the remote planet called Fantasia, where the dealers operate a secret drug lab kept safe by the horde of frenetic Xenomorphs that swarm Fantasia's surface. However, when the facility comes under attack from rival forces, the creatures intended to keep the operation safe become an unstoppable threat to everyone on the planet.

[27]
[28]
Aliens: No Exit B. K. Evenson October 8, 2008 283 pp [29]
[30]
Alien: Out of the Shadows Tim Lebbon Titan Books January 28, 2014 344 pp Set between the events of Alien and Aliens. The novel tells the story of a group of miners harvesting trimonite, the hardest material known to man, on the planet LV-178. Deep within the mines, they uncover the ruins of an ancient civilization infested with Xenomorphs, which infiltrate the miners' spaceship, the Marion. Ellen Ripley's shuttle, the Narcissus, picks up a distress call from the Marion and docks with it, and she is left to help the miners survive the Xenomorphs as well as uncover why the shuttle seemed to dock on its own accord. [1]
[31]
[32]
Alien: Sea of Sorrows James A. Moore July 25, 2014 351 pp A follow-up to Out of the Shadows, set many years after Alien Resurrection. LV-178 is now colonized and renamed New Galveston, with Alan Decker, a deputy commissioner for the ICC, charged with making sure the settlements on the planet follow all the rules. While investigating region of the planet with incredibly toxic sands, dubbed the Sea of Sorrows, Decker's previously latent empathic abilities cause him to briefly connect with the Xenomorphs still lying dormant beneath the planet. The Weyland-Yutani Corporation sees this as another opportunity to capture one of the creatures, forcibly recruiting Decker onto a team of mercenaries to accomplish this. Decker is unable to refuse, as centuries ago, his ancestor fought the Xenomorphs, launching a bloody vendetta that was never satisfied. That was when the creatures swore revenge on the Destroyer… Ellen Ripley. [33]
[34]
Alien: River of Pain Christopher Golden November 25, 2014 341 pp In this novel, the Xenomorph infestation of Hadley's Hope on Acheron (LV-426), which occurred off-screen in Aliens, is depicted. It notably incorporates several sequences previously seen in the comic Aliens: Newt's Tale and also references the events of the Fire and Stone comic. [35]
[36]
Alien: Invasion Tim Lebbon April 26, 2016 313 pp This book is the second chapter in the Rage War trilogy, following up after the events of the novel Predator: Incursion. The trilogy tells the story of a rogue human faction known as the Rage, who launch an invasion against the primary human sphere of influence using an army of Xenomorph shock troopers, with the Yautja caught in the crossfire. It was succeeded by Alien vs. Predator: Armageddon. [37]
[38]
Alien: Covenant - Origins Alan Dean Foster September 26, 2017 346pp Prequel to the 2017 film Alien: Covenant [39][40]
Alien: The Cold Forge Alex White April 24, 2018 332 pp The Weyland-Yutani Corporation breeds Xenomorphs from eggs acquired through unknown means aboard the Cold Forge, a secret deep space research station on which the company is hoping to develop the creatures as biological weapons. Dr. Blue Marsalis, the physically handicapped scientist heading the experiments, secretly seeks to harvest a sample of a virulent mutagen produced by the Xenomorphs to cure her terminal degenerative illness. Her research is put in jeopardy when Dorian Sudler, a malicious auditor from Weyland-Yutani, is sent to review the station's work. Things are only further complicated when an unknown saboteur unleashes the Xenomorph specimens from containment, setting them loose aboard the station. [41]
[42]
Alien: Echo Mira Grant Imprint April 9, 2019 304 pp The first young adult novel in the Alien franchise, Echo is set on the planet Zegreus, home to a human agricultural colony that becomes the site of a Xenomorph outbreak. The protagonist, a young woman named Olivia Shipp, relies on knowledge of xenobiology taught to her by her parents to get her and her twin sister Viola offworld alive. [43]
[44]
Alien: Prototype Tim Waggoner Titan Books October 29, 2019 352 pp A sequel to Alien: Isolation, Prototype is a completely original story starring Zula Hendricks, a character from the comic books. A member of the United States Colonial Marine Corps, Hendricks is assigned with training a group of security recruits on the colony of Jericho 3, where a Xenomorph egg is unknowingly being studied by a rival corporation of Weyland-Yutani. The resulting Xenomorph inherits a genetic mutation from its host that gives it the ability to release a deadly pathogen, putting everyone in the colony at risk. [9]
Aliens: Phalanx Scott Sigler February 25, 2020 340 pp Ataegina is an isolated world of medieval castles, varied cultures, and conquests, vibrant until a massive infestation of Xenomorphs arises and spreads relentless destruction, killing ninety percent of the planet's population. Terrified survivors flee to hidden mountain keeps where they eke out a meager existence. When a trio of young warriors discovers a new weapon, they see a chance to end the infestation. To save humanity, the trio must fight their way to the tunnels of Black Smoke Mountain—the lair of an Alien Queen, the mythical Demon Mother. [45]
Alien: Into Charybdis Alex White February 23, 2021 560 pp A follow-up to The Cold Forge, Into Charybdis follows the crew of the science vessel USS Gardenia, which is working for the technology supplier company McAllen Integrations. Under the company's instructions, the ship travels to Charybdis, an Iranian colony set up on the planet LV-991, to design and install vital systems to the colony's infrastructure. They instead find a Xenomorph running lose in the facility, and the chaos brewed from the creature's rampage threatens to cause a diplomatic crises between the Americans and the Iranians, prompting the Colonial Marines to respond. [46]
Aliens: Infiltrator Weston Ochse April 20, 2021 344 pp A prequel to the video game Aliens: Fireteam Elite, Infiltrator stars Weyland-Yutani scientist Dr. Timothy Hoenikker. Hired by the company under the presumption that he is needed to study extraterrestrial artifacts, Hoenikker instead ends up on Pala Station, a facility run by a warped bureaucracy where Xenomorphs are being bred and the species' bio-materials are being used on other life forms. Due to the actions of an unknown saboteur, the operation predictably falls out of control. [47]
Alien 3: The Unproduced Screenplay Pat Cadigan August 31, 2021 340 pp Based on the earliest screenplay concept by William Gibson for the film Alien 3, The Unproduced Screenplay is an original story and sequel to Aliens that ignores the events of Alien 3 and Alien Resurrection. The Sulaco, after leaving LV-426, drifts into the territory of the Union of Progressive Peoples, a socialist human polity operating outside of the primary human sphere of influence. The four survivors are brought to the space station Anchorpoint where scientists for both the UPP and Weyland-Yutani begin experimenting with cloned Xenomorphs grown from genetic material left behind by the queen on the Sulaco. This is the third adaptation of Gibson's script, as the novel was preceded by a comic book adaptation and audio drama. [48]
Alien: Colony War David Barnett April 26, 2022 416 pp

The story deals with rampant political discontent between the nations of Earth after the events of Into Charybdis, and introduces Chad McLaren, the husband of Amanda Ripley, who is caught in the middle of both the interhuman conflicts and efforts by the conflicting sides to weaponize the Xenomorph. The novel also contains an exclusive tie-in game scenario based on Alien: The Roleplaying Game titled Fallout.

[49]
Alien: Inferno's Fall Philippa Ballantine July 26, 2022 464 pp

Starring recurring protagonist Zula Hendricks, the novel is set on Shānmén, a mining colony run by the Union of Progressive Peoples which comes under attack by an Engineer starship that unleashes various Xenomorph-like mutations upon that planet.

[50]

Collections edit

  • The Complete Aliens Omnibus: Volume 1 – collects Earth Hive, Nightmare Asylum and The Female War (Titan Books, January 2016, ISBN 1-78329-901-0)
  • The Complete Aliens Omnibus: Volume 2 – collects Genocide and Alien Harvest (Titan Books, June 2016, ISBN 1-78329-903-7)
  • The Complete Aliens Omnibus: Volume 3 – collects Rogue and Labyrinth (Titan Books, December 2016, ISBN 1-78329-905-3)
  • The Complete Aliens Omnibus: Volume 4 – collects Music of the Spears and Berserker (Titan Books, June 2017, ISBN 1-78329-907-X)
  • The Complete Aliens Omnibus: Volume 5 – collects Original Sin and DNA War (Titan Books, December 2017, ISBN 1-78329-909-6)
  • The Complete Aliens Omnibus: Volume 6 – collects Cauldron and Steel Egg (Titan Books, June 2018, ISBN 1-78329-912-6)
  • The Complete Aliens Omnibus: Volume 7 – collects Criminal Enterprise and No Exit (Titan Books, December 2018, ISBN 1-78329-913-4)
  • Aliens: Bug Hunt (Titan Books, April 18, 2017, ISBN 978-1785654442)

See also edit

Notes edit

References edit

  1. ^ a b Lussier, Germain (January 27, 2014). "Read an Exclusive Excerpt From Official New Book 'Alien: Out of the Shadows'". /Film. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  2. ^ Alien. Library of Congress. 1979. ISBN 9780446829779. Archived from the original on March 29, 2019. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  3. ^ Aliens : novelization. Library of Congress. 1986. ISBN 9780446301398. OCLC 13731144. Archived from the original on March 29, 2019. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  4. ^ Alien 3. Warner Books movie tie-in. Library of Congress. 1992. ISBN 9780446362160. Archived from the original on March 29, 2019. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  5. ^ Alien resurrection : novelization. Aspect movie tie-in. Library of Congress. 1997. ISBN 9780446602297. Archived from the original on March 29, 2019. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  6. ^ "プロメテウス (リンダブックス) | 鈴木 詠崇, ジョン スペイツ, デイモン リンデロフ | 本 | Amazon.co.jp". www.amazon.co.jp. Archived from the original on 2015-11-02.
  7. ^ "Alien: Covenant - The Official Movie Novelization". Titan Publishing Group. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  8. ^ Alien covenant. Library of Congress. 2017. ISBN 9781785654787. Archived from the original on March 29, 2019. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
  9. ^ a b Webster, Chris (April 26, 2019). "Titan Celebrates 'Alien' Day with Three New Books in 2019! [Exclusive]". Bloody Disgusting. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  10. ^ Earth hive. Aliens. Library of Congress. 1992. ISBN 9780553561203. Archived from the original on March 30, 2019. Retrieved March 30, 2019.
  11. ^ Aliens. Book 2 : Nightmare asylum. Library of Congress. 1993. ISBN 9780553561586. Archived from the original on March 30, 2019. Retrieved March 30, 2019.
  12. ^ The female war. Aliens. Library of Congress. 1993. ISBN 9780553561593. Archived from the original on March 30, 2019. Retrieved March 30, 2019.
  13. ^ Aliens : genocide. Library of Congress. 1994. ISBN 9780553563719. Archived from the original on March 30, 2019. Retrieved March 30, 2019.
  14. ^ Alien harvest. Aliens. Library of Congress. 1995. ISBN 9780553564419. OCLC 32991987. Archived from the original on March 30, 2019. Retrieved March 30, 2019.
  15. ^ Aliens. Rogue. Bantam Spectra science fiction. Library of Congress. 1995. ISBN 9780553564426. Archived from the original on March 30, 2019. Retrieved March 30, 2019.
  16. ^ Labyrinth. Bantam Spectra science fiction. Library of Congress. 1996. ISBN 9780553574913. Archived from the original on March 30, 2019. Retrieved March 30, 2019.
  17. ^ Aliens : music of the spears. A Bantam Spectra book. Library of Congress. 1996. ISBN 9780553574920. OCLC 35589763. Archived from the original on March 30, 2019. Retrieved March 30, 2019.
  18. ^ Berserker. Aliens. Library of Congress. 1998. ISBN 9780553577310. Archived from the original on March 30, 2019. Retrieved March 30, 2019.
  19. ^ "Aliens: Original Sin (Novel)". Dark Horse Comics. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  20. ^ Aliens : original sin. Library of Congress. 2005. ISBN 9781595820150. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  21. ^ "Aliens: DNA War (Novel)". Dark Horse Comics. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  22. ^ DNA war. Library of Congress. 2006. ISBN 9781595820327. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  23. ^ "Aliens: Cauldron (Novel)". Dark Horse Comics. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  24. ^ Cauldron. Library of Congress. 2007. ISBN 9781595821133. OCLC 153561399. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  25. ^ "Aliens: Steel Egg (Novel)". Dark Horse Comics. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  26. ^ Steel egg. Library of Congress. 2007. ISBN 9781595821140. Archived from the original on July 7, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  27. ^ "Aliens: Criminal Enterprise". Dark Horse Comics. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  28. ^ Criminal enterprise. Library of Congress. 2008. ISBN 9781595820037. OCLC 173719879. Archived from the original on July 7, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  29. ^ "Aliens: No Exit (Novel)". Dark Horse Comics. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  30. ^ No exit. Library of Congress. 2008. ISBN 9781595820044. OCLC 226281232. Archived from the original on July 7, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  31. ^ Cummins, Chris (January 28, 2014). "Alien: Out of the Shadows Book Review". Den of Geek. Dennis Publishing. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  32. ^ Out of the shadows. Library of Congress. 2014. ISBN 9781781162682. OCLC 834424136. Archived from the original on March 30, 2019. Retrieved March 30, 2019.
  33. ^ "Alien - Sea of Sorrows (Book 2)". Titan Publishing Group. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  34. ^ Sea of Sorrows. Library of Congress. 2014. ISBN 9781781162705. Archived from the original on March 30, 2019. Retrieved March 30, 2019.
  35. ^ "Alien - River of Pain (Book 3)". Titan Publishing Group. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  36. ^ Alien : river of pain. Library of Congress. 2014. ISBN 9781781162729. Archived from the original on March 30, 2019. Retrieved March 30, 2019.
  37. ^ "Alien: Invasion (The Rage War #2)". Titan Publishing Group. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  38. ^ Alien invasion. Library of Congress. 2016. ISBN 9781783296095. Archived from the original on March 30, 2019. Retrieved March 30, 2019.
  39. ^ Squires, John (May 23, 2017). "Novel 'Alien: Covenant – Origins' Will Tell Story Between 'Prometheus' and 'Covenant'". Bloody Disgusting. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  40. ^ Origins. WorldCat. OCLC 1004677769.
  41. ^ "Alien: The Cold Forge". Titan Publishing Group. Archived from the original on July 6, 2019. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  42. ^ The cold forge : a novel. WorldCat. OCLC 1037064221.
  43. ^ Grant, Mira (2019-04-09). Alien: Echo: An Original Young Adult Novel of the Alien Universe. ISBN 978-1250306296.
  44. ^ Alien: Echo. WorldCat. OCLC 1085635714.
  45. ^ Squires, John (July 15, 2019). "Scott Sigler Announces New Novel 'Alien: Phalanx' for 2020!". Bloody Disgusting. Archived from the original on July 15, 2019. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  46. ^ "Alien: Into Charybdis". Titan Books. Retrieved 2022-05-15.
  47. ^ "Aliens: Infiltrator". Titan Books. Retrieved 2022-05-15.
  48. ^ "Alien - Alien 3: The Unproduced Screenplay by William Gibson". Titan Books. Retrieved 2022-05-15.
  49. ^ "Alien: Colony War". Titan Books. Retrieved 2022-05-15.
  50. ^ Squires, John (May 9, 2022). "'Alien: Inferno's Fall' – Next Official 'Alien' Book Unleashes a Black Rain of Death This Summer". Bloody Disgusting!. Retrieved 2022-11-16.

External links edit