From the back cover
“An alien explorer, stranded in the Pacific Northwest years for his home world, but he’s enamored with ours─especially when it comes to solving murder mysteries! Undercover alien, Dr. Harry Vanderspiegle seeks to clear the name of a friend who’s blamed for a college girl’s death, so he leaves the safety of small-town Patience, USA, to hunt for clues in Seattle. He doesn’t know that several federal agents are obsessed with Harry’s crashed starship and the possibility of capturing the compassionate extraterrestrial!”
Like its previous graphic novel, Welcome to Earth!, Blonde is an intriguing, fun, short and character-interesting read, with a solid, possible murder mystery thrown into the mix. Dry humor again underlines some of the characters and situations as well as other nuanced emotional elements with story turns that are mini-twists and natural character progressions─a further indication of Resident‘s excellence (thus far). Things appear to be heating up for Harry although he doesn’t know it yet. Looking forward to the next entry in the six-volume series, Alien Resident: The Sam Hain Mystery.