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resident alien
It all feels very SYFY Channel and not in a good way. "Resident Alien" cover, Dark Horse Comics Resident Alien: What About the Comic? British creators Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse are friends and contemporaries of Alan Moore, going back all the way to the early 1980s when they all created stories for the legendary comic anthology Warrior,[...]
Alan Moore Calls Resident Alien 'A Pitch Perfect Narrative' – Will You Agree?
Resident Alien by Tom Strong's Peter Hogan and BoJeffries Saga's Steve Parkhouse is published by Dark Horse Comics fairly under the radar And Peter Hogan has been out on set watching the TV adaptation being filmed starring Firefly, Doom Patrol and Star Wars' Alan Tudyk being filmed, debuting on SYFY later this year. Early issues have[...]
"Resident Alien": Alan Tudyk's New SYFY Series Sets NYCC 2019 Premiere
Science fiction, Tudyk, and a fish-out-of-water comedy sounds like a recipe for a really good time. Actor Alan Tudyk Photo by Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock.com Adapted from the Dark Horse comic co-created by Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse, Resident Alien follows the adventures of an alien who lands in small town Colorado Attempting to pass as Harry Vanderspiegle,[...]
BEEP THE MEEP RETURNS! - The Fourth Doctor Comic Strip Adaptations | Doctor Who
Big Finish Productions released a trailer on Thursday announcing the Doctor Who audio drama adaptation of the Fourth Doctor's comic book adventures that originally ran in the early 1980s. Back in the early 80s, Doctor Who Monthly magazine ran comic strips featuring The Fourth Doctor drawn by Watchmen co-creator and artist Dave Gibbons and written[...]
'Resident Alien': Doom Patrol's Alan Tudyk to Star in SYFY's Dark Horse Adapt
The Firefly alum is set to lead SYFY's comedy-drama adaptation of Dark Horse Comics series Resident Alien, co-created by Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse. Resident Alien is a twisted fish-out-of-water story that follows a crash-landed alien named Harry (Tudyk) who, after taking on the identity of a small-town Colorado doctor, slowly begins to wrestle with the moral[...]
Syfy Gives Pilot Order to Resident Alien by Peter Horgan and Steve Parkhouse
The series is from Peter Horgan and Steve Parkhouse and is described as a dark, twisted and comedic fish-out-of-water story that focuses on Harry, and alien who crash landed on Earth and took on the identity of a small-town doctor in Colorado who is on a secret mission where he has to answer the question,[...]
Resident Alien #4 cover
Dark Horse has sent us an exclusive first look at the cover and solicitation for the fourth and final issue of Peter Hogan (2000 AD, Tom Strong) and Steve Parkhouse (Milkman Murders, Doctor Who) series Resident Alien: An Alien in New York. The set up for the series is simple, a stranded alien continues to hide in plain sight in Patience, Washington,[...]
How Neil Gaiman Named The Latest Resident Alien Story At Dark Horse
In the afterword of the most recent Resident Alien collection by Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse, Peter shared the origin of the name of the third volume's name… One night in the rainy October of 1990, I was walking down London's Oxford Street with Neil Gaiman, and it being October we were discussing Halloween—and the fact that it[...]
Dark Horse's Resident Alien Comic To Be A TV Series?
At the Instore Comic Convention Kickoff, live streaming to thirty-six comic stores, saw Dark Horse's Randy Stradley asked about the future of the Dark Horse comic book series Resident Alien. He said, to the nervous laughter of some of his fellow employees at the publisher, and saying he was not sure whether he was allowed to[...]
In One Week, In Two Weeks – The BoJeffries Saga Returns
On Wednesday we get the launch of Royal Masters Of War, City: The Mind In The Machine, Fuse, Mercenary Sea, Death's Head II, She Hulk, Wolverine, X-Force, Devil's Hopyard, Gravel, Insect Bath, Bunker and the reissue, with new material, of Alan Moore and Steve Parkhouse's The BoJeffries Saga. And the week after that? The launch of[...]
Your First Look At The New Alan Moore And Steve Parkhouse BoJeffries Saga
But the third, The BoJeffries Saga with artist Steve Parkhouse has been relatively unmourned and unloved But it remains one of my most favourite of Alan Moore's "things". It has been collected, sure, by Fantagraphics and Atomeka, but now this very working class British take on the Addams Family or the Munsters, is coming back into[...]
Alan Moore To Write New BoJeffries Saga
At the ComICA League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen event last night, Alan Moore announced that he was writing new episodes of The BoJeffries Saga for Steve Parkhouse, to be published by Top Shelf comix. The BoJeffries Saga is the long lost forgotten child of Warrior magazine. While V For Vendetta and Marvelman would go on to great acclaim,[...]