Written by Mike Kennedy
Art by Roger Robinson
Cover painting by Society of Illustrators award-winner David Michael Beck
WHOEVER WINS ... WE LOSE! In the farthest reaches of space, a creature terrified us. Acid blood. Armored skin. Razor-sharp teeth. No mercy. In the depths of a rain forest, another creature hunted us. Perfect camouflage. Fearsome weapons. Brutal methods. No conscience. In 2004, these monsters clashed on Earth in the greatest battle the universe has ever known. But far in the future, long after a technological catastrophe that started a second Dark Age, all memory of these two species has been forgotten. And when Mankind again reaches for the stars, we will discover that, truly, those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. Once again, Man is caught in the middle of a deadly struggle. Based on this summer's major-motion picture from 20th Century Fox, Alien vs. Predator: Thrill of the Hunt carries the themes and story elements from the film into new territories of action and terror, crafted by Mike Kennedy and illustrator Roger Robinson (Azrael, Batman: Gotham Nights), all in a value-priced original graphic novel.
DEATHGIGAS24 May at 16:09 @CRavinho
Probably because, like DMC they were niche selling titles, as good as they were, and Onimusha 3 and Dawn of Dreams really underperformed. Capcom hasn't ruled out doing a new one, they apparently once said, if the market was there for it.
Cravinho24 May at 16:07 Yeah megaman was boss back in the day
RagnaXBL24 May at 16:06 i just want capcom to release a damn megaman game, thats all i want from them
Cravinho24 May at 16:05 Imo capcom hasn't been making that many hot games this past few years
Cravinho24 May at 16:03 Tbh I'm actually surprised the original onimusha games never got a HD remake those were some of the best games I played on ps2