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Aliens vs. Predator Omnibus: Volume 1 is a trade paperback published by Dark Horse Books on June 13, 2007.[1] It was part of the company's major Omnibus reissue program, which sought to collect and re-release the pre-existing comics from all of Dark Horse's major lines as easily-accessible trade paperbacks. As well as the Aliens vs. Predator comics, similar Omnibus volumes were also released for the Aliens and Predator lines. The book was edited by Chris Warner, and reuses the cover from Aliens vs. Predator: Eternal #3 by Glenn Fabry.

Publisher's summary

Mankind's two ultimate nightmares come together in mortal combat, and whoever wins — we lose. On the remote planet Ryushi, a small ranching community becomes an unwilling participant in a deadly ritual: extraterrestrial Predators have seeded Ryushi with Alien eggs in order to create the ultimate hunt. But what the Predators don't know is that an Alien queen egg is amongst those they've sent as potential hunting stock, and when the Predators arrive, the hunters become the hunted amidst a monumental swarm of Aliens, and they may need to turn to the very same humans they regard as little more than potential trophies to give them any hope of survival.

Aliens vs. Predator Omnibus Volume One packs over 400 pages of excitement and terror into one package, offering the original smash-hit AVP comics series that launched the franchise, plus the exciting continuation of the storyline previously published as AVP: War.

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