(Aboard the Nostromo spacecraft, Ripley seeks out Captain Dallas)
1. "What happened out there?" she asks Dallas. "We went into the derelict—there were no signs of life. That transmission must have been going for centuries." Dallas replied.
2. "What about the derelict's crew?" she asks. "No sign of them." he replied. "And Kane?" she presses.
3. Dallas fills her in on the details, "He volunteered to search the lower level alone!" (not true) 'Her experession twisted.' (Dallas continues) "He was looking for diamonds. Instead, he apparently found some kind of eggs! We told him not to touch them. Probably it was too late. Something happened down there. We couldn't see what was going on! When we pulled him out, it was on his face! It somehow melted through his helmet face plate! And you know how strong that stuff is!"

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"What about the derelict's crew?" [16]

This Wednesday edition is coming a day late - sorry readers.


Review: "(1979) also saw the release of a super underground graphic novel for the film. And that's understandable, because the reason it's super underground is because it was written by an 11-year-old that couldn't see the movie.

The result is all kinds of incredible."

Peter Hall - Movies.com

This Wednesday edition is coming a day late - sorry readers.

The reason? The last two days have been very exciting. Articles, blog posts and tweets have been popping up all over the web since yesterday, raving about this site and publicising its predecessor Star Wars age 9.

I'm a bit stunned to say the least. When I checked my traffic stats yesterday - Tuesday 31st February - it seemed to show 3.5 THOUSAND unique visits on this site alone. I discovered that a writer for 2000ad comic called Arthur Wyatt had posted on Metafilter about Aa11 - from there on, it seemed to spread everywhere. I suspect that our Iain Snell's post on the 2000ad forums had been picked up on by Arthur who wrote a few lines and started the chain reaction. By midnight it was around the 5k mark. Quite a change from the usual 30!

My wife Gabby and I are stunned by the interest, she even cried when she read one article about the comics. We joked about interviews, and this evening I was emailed by a cinema journalist and invited to give one! Well, we'll see what happens. I shouldn't get too excited... I'll keep you informed.

You know, I'm such a hopeless and lazy self-publicist. I only just, this evening, wrote a bio for myself and put it on this site. No wonder I've never been successful!


movies. com review of alien age 11 webcomic

"You must read this - It's super-underground - it's all kinds of incredible - magic was made."

Peter Hall - Movies.com
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star wars age 9 webcomic, linked promo image

between wars webcomic, linked promo image


the alien movie logo cut out of corrugated cardboard!AGE 11 - SIGHT UNSEEN