Resident Alien: The Suicide Blonde Issues
A straightforward suicide . . . or a murder? At first, undercover alien Dr. Harry Vanderspeigle thinks the local police have this death solved, and then things get personal when one of his only human friends becomes a suspect. Also: The feds figure out that Harry's hiding in the Pacific Northwest! * Another strange, standalone murder mystery from a critically acclaimed comics team! * From the writer of _Tom Strong_ and the artist of the classic _Bojeffries Saga_!
Dr. Harry is a friendly, small-town doctor who's really a stranded alien hiding among us. Trying to help one of his only human friends beat a murder rap, Harry and Nurse Asta spend time in Seattle gathering informationpossibly putting Harry right in the crosshairs of the federal agents on his trail! * From the writer of _Tom Strong_ and the artist of the classic _Bojeffries Saga_! "For an 'alien hiding on Earth' story, it feels just original and intriguing enough that it stands out and needs to be read."Comic Book Resources "If you haven't been reading _Resident Alien_, start. This is a great finale to the first volume of the series that I hope to see more of very soon."Comicosity
An alien explorer stranded in America yearns for his home world, but he's enamored with oursespecially when it comes to murder mysteries! Seeking to clear the name of a friend who's fingered for a college girl's death, Harry combs Seattle for clues. And those federal agents? They're only getting closer to nabbing Harry! "Steve Parkhouse's art is excellent, and I'm looking forward to the next volume."Boing Boing