Small Town Alienation In Hogan & Parkhouse’s ‘Resident Alien: The Man With No Name’ #1 [Preview]
Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse's Resident Alien has been going strong at Dark Horse for the past few years, and it's back next month in a new miniseries titled Resident Alien: The Man With No Name, which sees the government getting closer to catching the stranded alien trying to make the best life he can in the circumstances.
Dark Horse has provided a preview of the first issue ahead of its release in September.
The Man With No Name is the fourth miniseries under the Resident Alien banner, which stars a stranded extraterrestrial hiding in plain sight in the small town of Patience, Washington. After taking on a role as the town's doctor, he helps out solving crimes and mysteries around the town, and the newest volume sees him having to deal with a mysterious arsonist terrorizing his community, as well as the relentless federal agents trying to track him down.
Check out the preview below:
Here's the full solicitation details:
Resident Alien: The Man with No Name #1 (of 4)
Peter Hogan (W) and Steve Parkhouse (A/Cover)
On sale Sept 14
FC, 32 pages
A stranded alien hides in plain sight, posing as a doctor in Patience, Washington. After he accidentally shows himself to federal investigators who are on his trail, a mysterious arsonist and a stubborn agent arrive in town to heat things up! Peter Hogan (2000 AD, Tom Strong) and Steve Parkhouse (Milkman Murders, Doctor Who) continue their unique, acclaimed science-fiction/murder-mystery series!
• Another standalone murder mystery from the critically acclaimed comics team!