A spacecraft from Tau Ceti crash-lands on the outskirts
of Birmingham and its sole occupant (Interpreter Zhcchz) is
left to fend for himself. He is soon befriended by a Brummie
schoolgirl. She names him Skizz and it is not long before
the government are hot on his heels...
anyone notice a slight similarity? OK! Replace the words "slight
similarity" with "total rip-off". The one difference
being, Skizz is more lovable and a lot funnier.
Alan Moore's warped brain comes up with a mighty fine plot
it is Jim Baike's art that, as always shines through. I have
always been a fan of Baike's since reading the short lived
early 80's 2000AD spin-off comic Crisis. Baike's New
Statesmen work showed what a wonderful artist he was.
Skizz is a little more clumsy, but still beautiful.
those of you who thought Birmingham was a hell hole, Skizz
will... er... actually reinforce that view.
collection is a must buy for those of us who remember the
original series and £10 is a price worth paying to be
swamped by nostalgia. I love the way this is also being released
to coincide with the re-release of Spielberg's ET movie.
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