Titan Comics is releasing Alien Legion on June 25, 2014, and has released a trailer to get you excited about the return of team.


Alien Legion is a science-fiction comic-book series and associated titles created by Carl Potts, Alan Zelenetz, and Frank Cirocco for Marvel Comics’s Epic Comics imprint in 1983. It features a military unit, Force Nomad, similar to the French Foreign Legion.

From the Press Release:

Alien_Legion_Uncivil_War_01webIn a galaxy savaged by strife, torn by civil war, boiling with spilt
blood, Alien Legion is a cosmic military force doing its damnedest to
keep the peace by being always ready for war.

At the tip of the Legion’s multi-species spear is Force Nomad – the
worst of the worst fashioned on the white-hot forge of battle into the
best of the best. Now the squad’s grizzled veterans are on what should
be a boring milk run; shepherding refugees fleeing a civil war ripping
apart their system. Could be a good chance to to toughen the newbies
of Nomad into soldiers… until straight-up peacekeeping descends into
full-scale war!

This brand-new series brings together the creative giants behind the
legendary original Alien Legion stories: Chuck Dixon (Punisher War
Journal, Savage Sword of Conan, Batman and the Outsider) and Carl
Potts, with fantastic art by Larry Stroman!

A must-have for any fan of the original run, this is also the perfect
point for new fans to hit Alien Legion’s hot LZ! Get to it, ya damn

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1 Comment

  1. Ian
    June 17, 2014 at 6:28 pm — Reply

    Man I used to love this book! Grim n gritty before grim n gritty was cool

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