Battle Angel Alita Volumes 1-6 are currently available as part of the comiXology Originals line of exclusive digital content only available on comiXology and Kindle, and this week the next three volumes join the library. The titles are a part of comiXology Unlimited and there’s more to come!

Screen Rant has the exclusive preview of Battle Angel Alita Volumes 7-9 by Yukito Kishiro that release on comiXology October 25, 2017. Below is a gallery of pages and covers, and information on each volume of the epic cyberpunk manga that began in 1990. Some of the volumes have been adapted into animated video and for many years James Cameron has held the rights to a live-action adaptation, but dove into Avatar and its many sequels first. Instead, Robert Rodriguez is directing with Cameron producing and the film releases next year so it’s the perfect time to see the full collection on comiXology.

Battle Angel Alita, Vol. 7: Angel of Chaos

“Alita meets Kaos, the son of mad scientist Desty Nova, who uses his psychometric powers to repair Alita’s cyborg body after she falls into a sinkhole. A refurbished Alita finally goes head to head against the forces of Barjack and is ready to kill their leader, Den, when she’s unexpectedly betrayed. Then Alita discovers the secret relationship between Den and Kaos…”

Battle Angel Alita, Vol. 8: Fallen Angel

“Alita experiences a terrible fall from grace when she discovers the utopian city of Tiphares’ ulterior motive for retaining her services as a special agent of the ‘Tuned.’ Now she must face her greatest foe yet – herself! Koyomi makes a strange new friend as she and the rest of the Barjack forces prepare to launch the ultimate weapon on both Tiphares and the Scrapyard. Will they destroy the pitiful remnants of civilization as they know it? Plus, the long-awaited return of Doc Ido!”

Battle Angel Alita, Vol. 9: Angel’s Ascension

“As beautiful cyborg Alita confronts her arch-enemy, mad scientist Desty nova, for the last time, she finally learns the chilling truth about her past! Meanwhile, megalomaniacal Barjack leader Den launches a kamikaze assault on both the Scrapyard and Tiphares, the mysterious utopian city in the sky. Is there any ray of hope in this epic post-apocalyptic saga?”

Have you read all the volumes? Share your thoughts on the stories and film adaptation in the comments below! For more on the film, Screen Rant will keep you up to date.

More: Alita: Battle Angel Movie Was A ‘Really Different’ Experience for Star

Source: comiXology

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