Trespasser #2 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes

The Trespasser series from Alterna Comics focuses on a father named Hector, his daughter Maria, and their dog Belle who are just trying to survive a world that has become remarkably dangerous. Hidden on the family farmstead they are attempting to wait out the perils of an apocalyptic world.

I was previously able to review the entire collected Trespasser graphic novel and I wanted to ensure that I didn’t spoil anything for readers of the newsprint line. This very dynamic series looks at what can happen when a father is trying his best to ensure his family will survive.  When an alien is introduced into their safe environment Hector tries to figure out just what to do and makes a surprising decision. I hadn’t anticipated it when I read the graphic novel at all.

If you are checking out Trespasser during this newsprint run you absolutely need to keep reading. This series will keep you on your toes and provides a much darker story than I initially expected it to. This is the perfect read for sci-fi fans and this take on an alien invasion story is something new and intriguing. While this article doesn’t contain spoilers for Trespasser #2 if you want a more detailed review with some spoilers for the series you can read my review of the entire graphic novel, which delves into the plot a bit more.

You can find Trespasser #2 in newsprint today!

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