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Aliens: Glass Corridor was a one-shot comic book published by Dark Horse Comics in June 1998. The story was written and illustrated by acclaimed comics creator David Lloyd. It was lettered by Elitta Fell and edited by David Land. The issue featured a cover by Lloyd.

Glass Corridor was eventually collected along with other Aliens comics in Aliens: Omnibus, Volume 6 in December 2008.

In the Aliens comics line, Aliens: Glass Corridor was published concurrently with the historic "Aliens vs. Vikings" tale Aliens: Stalker (June 1998) and was followed by Aliens: Wraith (July 1998).

PlotEdit

Official description:

Frank is a hired killer with a problem. His conscience has caught up with him and now he's running from himself and his past. In his effort to escape, he encounters a band of stowaways who may provide him with the means for his redemption. When the freighter they are traveling on is threatened by an alien, it appears that Frank is their only hope for survival.

Behind the ScenesEdit

Glass Corridor writer/artist David Lloyd was artist and co-creator of the critically acclaimed comics series V for Vendetta, with writer Alan Moore. The series was later turned into a movie of the same name by the Warchowski Brothers.

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