Oddly entertaining, “Resident Alien: The Suicide Blonde” #1 basks in its weirdness and makes no apologies whatsoever. Enter a world where men in black agents, crash-landed extraterrestrials, and corrupt politicians are all prime suspects in a murder mystery. If you haven’t read the “Resident Alien” series, this is certainly the right place to start. READ MORE
“Semi-retired” Dr. Harry Vanderspeigle continues to search for the answers in the latest issue of Resident Alien. While Doc’s original plan was to simply live under the radar until his rescue, his plans suddenly changed when the mayor and the police chief pulled him into a high-stakes murder mystery. He’s recently fallen into the center of the confusion, but it should serve as a good time-killer until he’s finally able to return home; however, someone could inadvertently be starting to notice his… otherworldliness. READ MORE
The elusive Dr. Vanderspeigle is progressively becoming a crucial town figure in Resident Alien #1, which is incidentally not a debut, but a continuation. As it says at the very beginning of Issue #1, in order to fully get the gist of what’s happened, one should read the true debut, Issue #0, first. That said, you can still understand what’s going on from issue #1. Creators Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse, who have already collected critical acclaim for impressive work on comics, such as “Tom Strong” (Hogan) and “Doctor Who” (Parkhouse), have created a highly engaging science fiction story about a stranded alien recluse who starts to live amongst us humans. READ MORE
Aliens! They’re coming back into popularity, it seems, after a hiatus brought about by B-list 90s movies. Dark Horse has a new adventure/comedy/sci-fi story titled Resident Alien (not to be confused with the Capcom game) about an alien who has been living as an undercover doctor on our planet for years in any town USA. But all dirty secrets are bound to surface eventually…especially if you’re an alien. When his secret is revealed to the town, he’s forced to live in the limelight. The series is written by Peter Hogan of “Tom Strong”, with art by Steve Parkhouse. Check out the wacky preview of issue #0 below from Dark Horse.