First of all, I would like to thank FOX Movie Corporation, HR Giger,
and all other people's or company's that have influenced or created the
Alien Saga. Special thanks to all the people who have worked behind the
scenes with no appreciaition. Ridley Scott remains, in my mind, one of
the greatest directors of our time.
I would also like to thank the following web-sites and individuals
from which I've borrowed images and text, or have provided any
number of inspirations. They are, in NO particular order:
- AL|ENS: The Web Site
Bill Smith has amased an enormous amount of information and images
that deal with the AL|ENS Universe. He is a really nice guy and has
been known to custom make graphics for his friends, free of charge.
His graphics are amazing, as is his web site. I would recomend his
site to anyone looking for any AL|ENS information. All images that
have a border on them I have borrowed from his site. I hope he
will not hold this against me.
- AL|ENS: The Anchorpoint Essays
Mike Lynch, who seems to be a very talented biologist, has taken
it upon himself to "...apply a familiarity with our own anatomy
with that of the Xenomorph, but until we can study the creature
in a confined and controlled situation then all we are left with
is speculation." And although he tends to lean to much on the
comics at times, and has a little information mix up (specifically
the AL|ENS not being able to be seen in IR at anytime) his
Anchorpoint Essay's are the greatest thing to read if one is
looking to better understand the AL|ENS biology. The rotating
Weyland-Yutani logo and "Anchorpoint Essay's" logo are taken from
his site and used with permission.
- Welcome To Gateway Station
Jordan Fouts has designed a multimedia walkthrough of Gateway
Station. During your stay you can visit module sections that
include "Marine Combat Simulation" and the "Colonial Marine
Corps". Jordan has also given his view of the AL|ENS Universe in
2197, and of the Company's situation. And although he has imposed
his own religion on the Universe, you have to go out of the way to
visit the "Gateway Chapel". Jordan has a variety of multimedia
games and adventures that you can enjoy while your there. Jordan
has provided me with lots of colaboration time and info, as well
- A L | E N Legacy
John Raises site is as graphicaly stunning as it is informative.
His mastery of html and of web graphics is obvious the first time
your eyes behold his masterpiece. He has enormous emounts of
information and images on all three movies. He also has the
opening scene of the Alien Resurrection script, with a rumor
section to compliment the new film. Most of the AL|EN^3 images on
this site have been borrowed from his, and the AL|EN logo, along
with a few AL|ENS images.
- Eelko de Vos and Darryll Hobson
These two gentlemen are the originators of the AL|EN FAQ. They
have searched the globe and the internet for all the information
available on the AL|ENS and put it together for our enjoyment and
ease of viewing. I cannot begin to count the number of times the
FAQ has helped my understanding of the AL|ENS and their Universe.
The FAQ is located on this site, under the AL|ENS section. Posted
I would like to thank Twentieth Century FOX Film Corporation, Jim
and John Thomas, and Stan Winston. Also the people's or company's
who's vision has influenced the Predator films. I am grateful to you
all. Thank you for creating the greatest alien creature of all time.
My proverbial hat goes off to you.
The following web sites and individuals have helped shape the
AL|ENS vs PREDATOR website. Some have done it through images, other
through direct comments. Please, read on (in NO particular order):
- Home Page of the Hunter
Ron Griffith's site is very straight forward, to the point. He has
arranged it like a database, for ease of viewing. on's site is one
of the very first site's I found while searching the web for the
elusive PREDATOR's. I would definatly check his site out, and drop
Ron a letter while your there. I borrowed almost all my Dark Horse
pictures from his site, but when I when I changed directions, I
deleted them from my index. Also, the Aliens vs Predator Ray
Traced Image is taken from a link on his web-site. Used without
- PREDATOR Home Page
Axel Lvhn's PREDATOR home page is probably THE biggest and largest
site for PREDATOR info and pictures. His site contains sound clips
models, quicktime movies, images, props, and a list of Dark Horse
comics. Most of the PREDATOR images on this site come directly
from his site, along with two quicktime movies, and all the
sounds. Used without permission.
- Gremlins in the Garage!
This site houses the largest collection of models I have seen on
the Net. In their own words, "...first webzine dedicated to figure
kit modeling including coverage of science fiction, horror,
fantasy, and anime from movies, books, comics, and cartoons. There
are sections for reviews, articles, finished kit pictures, garage
kit companies, and more." This is a great site, and their
collection of PREDATOR and AL|EN kits is astounding. I've used
various pictures of their PREDATOR models (most noteably on the
weapons and armor sections). Posted and used without permission.
- David Waldner
The man. Most of the images that are only available here are due
to this man. He's also spent countless hours helping me with the
pre-production of this site. David is a very gifted artist, and
has contributed his art to the site. David is a very nice guy,
has helped with other PREDATOR sites, and is a pleasure to work
with. This site probably wouldn't be nearly as cool as it is if
David hadn't helped out. I've used a number of his models, his
drawings, and his advice. All have been used with his permission.
All the pictures in the weapon section that are only available
here David scanned from a movie poster for me, along with the
description. All used with his permission, and blessing. A few of
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