When Finn breaks a promise he can’t remember making, he is confronted by Chronologius Rex, the lord of Hours and All Time. Finn’s life will be consumed in the infinite first of the fourth dimension unless he and his friends back home can find the moment that explains it all and bring him back him back to Ooo. Finn must confront the ghosts of his past selves, the alternate selves of his present, and all his possible futures, while Jake gather help from all of Ooo and beyond. Together, the must save Finn before he goes beyond the Vanishing point and is erased from every reality.

Writer –  Ted Anderson

Artist – Marina Julia

Cover Artist – Victoria Maderna

I really haven’t seen much of Adventure Time, but what I have seen has been entertaining (Like the Lumpy Space Princess is just so Lumpy!).   That said the beginning of this books left me clueless as random characters came in and out with no frame of reference whatsoever.  As you read on though it’s actually used as a good plot device to cover Finn’s backstory and I enjoyed that, but it was just bumpy at first.

The art in this is very cool once the story gets into the more fantastical.   Chronologius Rex, the Lord of Hours and All Time is very cleverly designed and is a surreal treat to see on the page.

Overall this book is aimed at fans first, but I think most people who enjoy crazy fantasy can catch onto the story as well.

I give it a 3.5 out of 5

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Disclaimer: Geek-o-Rama received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, comments, and opinions are those of the individual reviewer.

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