Al Alone: Introduction & Issue One


By Benjamin Richter, Cartoonist/Contributing Writer

Series Intro

Earth looks very different from 250 million miles away.
Growing up near Mars, Al never imagined traveling far from home.  In an exploration of a surrounding galaxy, Al’s spaceship collides with a satellite and sends his ship spiraling towards our planet.  In this new world, Al attempts to make the best of the situation.  Watch all of his experiences among human society unfold in Al Alone by B-RICHstudios.

Al Alone is a series of comics that will be used to show the good, the bad, and everything in between.  I want the emotions to be real and the humor to be funny.  Growth and societal critique are two ideas I plan to utilize as the strip continues.  I truly hope that readers enjoy and want more of this series.  Al Alone is the type of project I’ve been wanting to take on for a very long time and I am now ready to watch my ideas come to life.

Al originated as a metaphorical and symbolic figure-

Don’t we all feel like an alien sometimes?

Issue One

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All images created by Benjamin Richter.
For questions or concerns, contact Benjamin Richter at bjrichter@mckendree.edu. 

One comment

  1. Thank you, Ben. I love the artful aesthetics and I look so forward to the next panels. (BTW: You’re also a good writer.)
    — Gabe

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