Skizz

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Skizz
The 2005 trade paperback edition
Publication information
Publisher 2000 AD
Genre
Publication date 1983-1995
Main character(s) Skizz
Creative team
Writer(s) Alan Moore
Artist(s) Jim Baikie

Skizz was a comic book strip in 2000 AD which appeared in three installments across more than a decade. It was written by Alan Moore and drawn by Jim Baikie. Two sequels appeared some years later, written and drawn by Baikie.

It is best described as a cross between E.T and Boys from the Blackstuff.

Plot[edit]

Skizz, an alien interpreter, crash lands on Earth and his ship self-destructs to stop it falling into the wrong hands. He is saved from the military by a young girl called Roxy.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Skizz:
    • Skizz (in 2000 AD #308-330, 1983)
    • Alien Cultures (in 2000 AD #767-775, 1992)
    • Skizz Book 3 (in 2000 AD #912-927, 1994-1995)

There have a number of trade paperback releases over the years:

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