Aliens: Colonial Marines Technical Manual by Lee Brimmicombe-WoodAliens: Colonial Marines Technical Manual by Lee Brimmicombe-Wood

Aliens: Colonial Marines Technical Manual

byLee Brimmicombe-Wood

Paperback | May 29, 2012

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The United States Colonial Marines. Ultimate troubleshooters equipped with state-of-the-art firepower, capable of power projection across the vast expanse of deep space. They can sharpshoot a man at a thousand meters or obliterate an entire world from the safety of orbit. They reckon they are unbeatable.

But on a dirtball colony planet known only as LV-426 the unthinkable happens. 

The Marines lose. 

The Aliens - Colonial Marines Technical Manual is your official guide to the equipment and organisation of the United States Colonial Marine Corps. Packed with diagrams, technical schematics and plans, the manual takes a detailed look at the guns, vehicles and ships of the USCMC, and the men and women who use them. 

A must-have book for any Aliens fan, the Aliens - Colonial Marines Technical Manual examines the technology of the movie's futuristic nightmare in every detail.
Lee Brimmicombe-Wood is a British designer of computer games and board games, including the award-winning Downtown and The Burning Blue. He is the creator of PC air combat simulators, Ka-52 Team Alligator and Team Apache. He is also the author of Aliens: Colonial Marines Technical Manual. Currently he works as a designer for Guerrilla ...
Title:Aliens: Colonial Marines Technical ManualFormat:PaperbackDimensions:11 × 8.5 × 0.5 inPublished:May 29, 2012Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1781161313

ISBN - 13:9781781161319

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"An open door to the ALIENS universe that offers the curious even more information about the dangerous world of the films." - Suvudu