I know what you mean about this being the "original" Aliens vs. Predator, in its original usage and that it therefore shouldn't have to be referred to with a disambiguation, Cad, and I actually agree with it a lot on one level. I mean, it's true. The title of the thing is "Aliens vs. Predator" not "Aliens vs. Predator (Series 1). But the truth of the matter is that there are now SO MANY products, releases, franchises and concepts out there under the name Aliens vs. Predator that to not add a clarification here would just make for a weaker article and less clear information in my opinion.
Case in point:
There's Alien vs. Predator (the first movie)
There's Aliens vs. Predator (the franchise)
There's "Aliens vs. Predator" the title of the first ever titled Aliens vs. Predator story featured in DHP #36 (which was actually just part 3 of the prologue story that would become issue #0 of this first Aliens vs. Predator miniseries.)
And then there's video games.
Not to mention the dozens and dozens of sub-releases all titled Aliens vs. Predator colon something something.
I think the clearest most correct thing to do is use the disambiguation here and I've gone by the same rule when naming the three Aliens (i.e., Book One, Book Two and 2009) and two Predator (1989 and 2008) comics series, too.--SpaceWuss 17:47, December 7, 2010 (UTC)
- I went with "volume" over "series", Check out Talk:Aliens (vol. 1)---CadmiumX99 21:28, December 27, 2010 (UTC)
It is inaccurate to refer to this series as "Aliens vs. Predator, Vol. 1" because it was never refered to as such. It was only refered to as Aliens vs. Predator.
The plot section refers three times to Roth, the first of them as Jame Roth. In the comic, Roth's name is never mentioned, and she is a young girl. The article says "where his rhynth were" but MAYBE that "his" refers to Ackland, Roth's boss, and therefore would be correct (albeit confusing, if you ask me). Anyway, where does the name Jame come from? And is it even a girl's name? (English is not my mother language so I don't know)