Alien

The Making of Alien Review

This past summer, Alien had its 40th birthday, and to celebrate Titan Books released The Making of Alien. In this companion book, information and background images are shown on how this unique science fiction horror came to life. Join us as we dive into this art book and feel the terror Ripley felt.

The Making of Alien

In 1979 a movie legend was born, as Twentieth Century-Fox and director Ridley Scott unleashed Alien – and gave audiences around the world the scare of their lives. To celebrate the movie’s fortieth anniversary, author J.W. Rinzler (The Making of Star Wars) tells the whole fascinating story of how Alien evolved from a simple idea in the mind of writer Dan O’Bannon into one of the most memorable ...[Read More]

Jonesy – Nine Lives on the Nostromo

Aboard the USCSS Nostromo, Jonesy leads a simple life enjoying The Company cat food and chasing space rodents. Until one day, his cryostasis catnap is rudely interrupted. The humans have a new pet and it’s definitely not house-trained. In space, no one can hear you meow. This full-colour, illustrated book offers a cat’s eye view of all the action from the movie Alien. With new and original a...[Read More]

Jonesy – Nine Lives on the Nostromo Review

Did you ever wonder what happened to the cuddly feline Jonesy during the 1979 film Alien? We all know Jonesy survived the attack, but what did he go through while Ripley was taking out the face-huggers? Titan Books has you covered. Author Rory Lucey has developed a comic-strip themed book dedicated to the life of Jonesy while the Nostromo is being plagued by the Xenomorph creature. Best part: this...[Read More]

A Small Coding Typo Caused Major Problems for Aliens: Colonial Marines

Aliens: Colonial Marines was one of the more notable failures of the previous console generation. However, a modder’s work at fixing the games flaws has found a small typo that greatly improves the enemy AI when fixed.

Alien: The Cold Forge Review

Are you hungry for a little xenomorph excitement?  I sure hope so because on the review menu for today is Alien: The Cold Forge by Alex White!

Alien: The Cold Forge

With the failure of the Hadley’s Hope, Weyland-Yutani has suffered a devastating defeat—the loss of the Aliens. Yet there’s a reason the company rose to the top, and they have a redundancy already in place. Remote station RB-323 abruptly becomes their greatest hope for weaponizing the Xenomorph, but there’s a spy aboard—someone who doesn’t necessarily act in the company’s best interests. If discov...[Read More]