We. Are. So. Screwed.
Area 51’s storage unit falls into the wrong hands when a pair of bumbling agents forget to pay the rent. Now an alien invasion threatens Earth and our only hope is the same dimwitted duo that got us into this mess in the first place.
About Unit 44
Unit 44 was created by writer/letterer Wes Locher and artist/colorist Ed Jimenez. The series is published by Alterna Comics. The first four issues were released in 2017 as a graphic novel, and rereleased in 2019 as part of Alterna’s newsprint initiative. The series returned in 2022 for more zany action with artist Aleksandar Jovic and colorist Andrew Pate.
We’ve Got (New) Issues
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Incompetent Area 51 agents Gibson and Hatch arrive in Point Pleasant, West Virginia to investigate a sighting of the famed Mothman. But while Agent Hatch is quick to brush off the case as a hoax, a close encounter with the cryptid changes his tune, forcing the pair to solve the mystery once and for all. Featuring special guest artist Landon Franklin, written by Wes Locher, with colors by Andrew Pate!
Unit 44 returns!
Issue #6 was released by Alterna Comics in Spring and summer 2022, marking the return of bumbling Area 51 agents Gibson and Hatch. In “Lost in Surreality,” Gibson and Hatch accidentally activate a dangerous, top-secret device that sends them hurtling through the multiverse. Now, if they hope to see home again, they’ll have to survive a torrent of hazardous new worlds—and each other
We’ve Got (Back) Issues
Unit 44 was released in comic book shops and online as a 4-issue miniseries in 2019 via Alterna Comics’ newsprint line. Issues remain über-affordable at just $1.50 a pop.
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What Readers are Saying:
Between the jokes and gags is a solid, funny story that’s well paced from beginning to end!Almost Normal Comics
Locher pays homage to the X-Files, MIB, and Storage Wars before neatly poking holes in them. Jiminez’ crisp, clean linework, bold, bright colors, and cartoony flair are perfectly suited to the story.Comicon.com
Unit 44 is a really funny read with slapstick style comedy moments mixed with hilarious dialogue and goofy accidents.The Nerdy Girl Express
This story is just wonderfully hilarious, and you will get sucked into it when reading. The humor is perfect for all ages, and this book is seriously fun. Do yourself a favor and pick this one up. You won’t be disappointed.PureFandom.com