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Outbreak Outbreak starts 10 years after Aliens and Alien 3, and 190 years before Alien Resurrection. Both Wilks and Billie have been struggling with the aftermath of their encounter with the Xenomorphs. Billie is in a mental institution, and, after nothing seems to help her, the doctors decide to wipe her memory. Wilks has never gotten over the Aliens and the decimation of his squad, so he agrees to go on a mission to the alien homeworld to recover some eggs and to destroy one of the hives (the hive-destroying serves no purpose other than to satisfy Wilks's hatred). Wilks goes to visit Billie before he goes, only to find out that her memory is about to be wiped. Wilks believes Billie to be the only thing that marks his existence and the only thing that marks his squad's sacrifice, so he rescues her and takes her to the homeworld. Their spaceship is followed by another, though...
Originally posted by Silcone Synapse
reply to post by Skorpiogurl
Holly Graphic novels SkorpiogurI!
I read the novel a year or so back,by Dean koontz,
Excellent story,I won't spoil it by telling the tale,but you know.
And I picked up a copy of "Odd is on our side"at the shop-and thought it was a novel-I didn't read the back!!
I was happy to find it was a graphic novel.
Good old Odd Thomas and his saucy girlfriend.