By Jack Kirby-Lowe and Mat Barnett

Roswell, New Mexico, 1986. 14 year old Joel Horovitz is lonely, bullied and alienated. In an effort to make some new friends, he joins the Roswell Rockets – the worst little league baseball team in the state. But Joel’s life and the fortunes of the Roswell Rockets are about to change forever when he encounters a runaway alien who just so happens to have an incredible talent for baseball…

Packed with homages to the best (and worst) of 1980s pop-culture, Alien in the Outfield is a comic book for fans of adventure, comedy, sporting underdogs and sci-fi of all ages. Step up to the plate and get ready for a comic book caper that’s out of this world!

ISBN 978-1-78808-772-8 / paperback / 106 pages / Outfield Press

Reviews for Alien in the Outfield:

Alien in the Outfield channels the spirit of sporting glory from Teen Wolf, mixes in a little of the ‘lovably relatable outsider’ from E.T. and comes up with a baseball story about an alien child who crash lands in middle America and becomes the MVP of the local little league team. There is little not to like about Kirby’s reverential writing and Barnett’s charming visuals.

John Townsend, Starburst Magazine 

Baseball. Aliens. The Eighties. Stir together in a bowl, add ink, paper and leave to cook for half an hour on a medium heat. The result? Alien in the Outfield. This light hearted, sci-fi/sports mash-up is great…especially for those who have just started getting into comics and want an easy, exciting read. 

Richard Axtell,

“It’s a fantastic first comic – Great for new readers, or parent-child bonding, to show them the appeal of comics.” –


Collect the set! Get your hands on TWO AWESOME BOOKS for a super double discount price of £16! INCLUDES: ALIEN IN THE OUTFIELD and spin-off sequel BUILDING WORLDS.



  1. I’m writing back to Mat & Jack to wish them well and praise ’em,
    I can tell their clientele will read things that amaze ’em.
    I can’t wait to contemplate the actions of their creature…
    Or to see much more for sure in their first comic feature.
    Will it metamorphosize or stay quite small and grumpy?
    Or will it grow and start to show new shapes not short and stumpy?
    Whatever they have got in mind I’m certain it’s exciting,
    With Mat the artist teaming up with Jack the wordsmith, writing!
    (Best of luck to you both from Mat’s Dad)

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