Resident Alien: The Suicide Blond #1

6.67 Overall Score
Art: 7/10
Dialogue: 6/10
Story: 7/10

The book is solid, and chances are, if you are reading this, you are either already reading the series, or got really, really lost while looking for porn.

Resident Alien: The Suicide Blond #1
Peter Hogan, Steve Parkhouse
Dark Horse Comics
2013

Squires and Ladies, I have returned from my quest to present to you another installment of the “Both Barrels Comic Book Review.” This week I’m reviewing Resident Alien: The Suicide Blond #1. The good doctor is back this issue, investigating the body discovered at the end of issue #0, because Dark Horse doesn’t like things to be numbered correctly.

During the course of the investigation, questions are raised as to how the deceased shuffled off, and whether it might be… MURDER?!?!?!?!?

SPOILER ALERT: It was probably murder, since this is a murder investigation comic book.
Peter Hogan continues to spin his tale of what can only be described as Alien Nation meets CSI: Oregon, and the pen continues to be wielded by the talented Steve Parkhouse.

The story flows from page to page, even though the dialogue itself continues to grow a little more campy as the run-of-the-mill crime drama unfolds.

The book is solid, and chances are, if you are reading this, you are either already reading the series, or got really, really lost while looking for porn. If you haven’t read any Resident Alien yet, you probably will need to start on a different issue, but for fans of the run, you’ll pick it up.

 

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