Aliens: Earth Angel is a 13-part comic book story that was first published by Dark Horse Comics and Diamond Comic Distributors in Diamond's Previews, Vol. 3 #1-Vol. 4 #1, from January 1993-January 1994. It was written and illustrated and inked by John Byrne, colored by Matt Webb, lettered by Byrne and edited by Ronnie Noize. Set in the 1950s, Earth Angel chronicles a Xenomorph outbreak in a suburban American town. It was released alongside Predator: Invaders from the Fourth Dimension, which is also set in the 50s.
In the Aliens comics line, Aliens: Earth Angel was preceded by Aliens: Horror Show. In the midst of what was undoubtedly Dark Horse's most active year of Aliens output, it was published concurrently with Aliens: Colonial Marines, Aliens: Rogue, Aliens: Sacrifice, Alien3: Terminal Addiction, Aliens: Taste, Aliens: Crusade, Aliens: Backsplash, The Compleat Aliens, Aliens: Labyrinth, Aliens: Salvation, Aliens: Cargo, Aliens: Alien, Aliens: Music of the Spears and Operation: Aliens. After its conclusion, Aliens: Earth Angel was followed by Aliens: Stronghold.