Unfortunately, while sometimes I might want to think about the Alien comic books, there isn't really a lot going on in the actual publications that I can find apply to the discussion going on in this blog, but I continue to hop to find something in the future.
a.i) See: Panel showing the Space Jockey in his spacecraft from "The Alien" from Dark Horse's Aliens The Platinum Edition, (April 1992) references the Detroit Industry mural, (1932-33) by Diego Rivera ?
a.ii) See: Panel showing the Space Jockey in his spacecraft from "The Alien" from Dark Horse's Aliens The Platinum Edition, (April 1992) references frontispiece showing Eblis sitting upon a globe of fire (1815) engraved by Isaac Taylor after a drawing by Isaac Taylor Jr for William Beckford's Vathek written in 1782?
a.iii) See: Space Jockey from "The Alien" in Aliens Platinum Edition, April 1992, illustrated by Tony Akins and Paul Guinan references Jorge Camacho's El sueño de Sancho (The dream of Sancho) (1978)?
b) See: Superman vs Aliens II #9 p2, (published 2002) references Biomechanic landscape (unfinished) (1988) by HR Giger?
c) Alien Apocalypse: The Destroying Angels
c.i) See: Alien Apocalypse: The Destroying Angels
c.ii) See: similarities between Prometheus and the Alien Apocalypse: The Destroying Angels comic book series.
d) See: Alien heads on stakes
e) See: Marvel Alien art by David Finch (2020) references"Triumph of the Sphinx" (1966) by Ernst Fuchs?