Resident Alien: The Suicide Blonde #2

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

Still, it is a solid job by writer Peter Hogan, and art by Steve Parkhouse.

The story has fed into becoming a little more campy.

Resident Alien: The Suicide Blonde #2
Peter Hogan, Steve Parkhouse
Dark Horse Comics
2013

Just in time for Ol’ Hallow’s Eve, we have another “Both Barrels Comic Book Review,” with the latest installment of Resident Alien: The Suicide Blond #2. I’ve raved about early installments as being fun, interesting, and well written, and while that is still true for this installment, I have to say that the story has fed into becoming a little more campy, and not as up to par as previous installments.

Still, it is a solid job by writer Peter Hogan, and art by Steve Parkhouse. The story continues into the murder investigation from the small town of Patience, but now we have a different backdrop; Seattle, Washington, which is explored for exactly one panel, so it doesn’t really matter.

The story is still good, and the writing still stronger than a lot of Dark Horse’s other offerings, so this continues to be a must read on my list. For those of you who have read the other installments, you’re already reading this, and what I say here has no importance to you whatsoever, so let’s just end this thing.

 

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