Prometheus: Fire And Stone — Five Things You Need To Know About The Comic Sequel

By David Wharton | 6 years ago

pfas1It’s Set 120+ Years After Prometheus, And 40 Years After Aliens
The events of Ridley Scott’s Prometheus — at least the ones on LV-223 — are set in 2094. Alien unfolds in 2122, and James Cameron’s Aliens begins in 2179, after Ripley’s been in hibernation for 57 years. Prometheus: Fire and Stone is set in January 2219, over a century after Dr. Shaw’s disastrous voyage to LV-223. This is a nice way of ensuring they can mostly steer clear of the events of Ridley Scott’s eventual Prometheus sequel, especially since it seems unlikely that that film would return to LV-223. (If you recall, Prometheus ended with Shaw and the android David setting off in an Engineer vessel, trying to track down the enigmatic race and get some answers about why the Engineers created humanity, only to later decide we needed to be wiped out.) It does raise some interesting questions, however…

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