Zoe Out of Time #2

It is the year 2050, and rebellious sixteen year old, Zoe
Black, just stole her famous father’s prototype time travel device, the Kronos
Traveller—risking her life to journey back to the year 1990 all to meet
legendary rock singer, Trent Darrow, of the band Rebel Lions.  Having arrived in the middle of their
concert, Zoe quickly finds herself in more trouble than she could ever have
imagined…
With the exciting first issue, the groundwork was laid for
another time traveling journey.  Our
typical, unruly teenager found herself stuck in a not so typical situation
after landing in the past.  Now she comes
face to face with the very person that inspired this adventure in the first
place.  The question is, what will she do
now that she’s there?  Zoe Out of Time 2
seeks to answer this, and possibly offer up even more questions.
So, what does
happen when Zoe meets the blast from the past rocker of her dreams?  Awkward time traveler situations, love
triangles and band drama. 
Naturally.  Of course, you can’t
have all this and not have something shady going on behind the scenes as
well.  As comfortable as she seems to be,
that’s not likely going to last very long. 
Therein lies our new question to keep the reader curious – what
threatens Zoe now, and why?
The beautiful artwork that we got to enjoy in the first
issue keeps on going here in issue 2. 
Although it’s a little more toned down without the futuristic setting,
this does not at all detract from the overall quality of it.  We also don’t see that curiously prominent
blue across most pages, although when we do, it sure does jump out at you.
So where do we go from here? 
I still have a feeling we might see the traditional “time travel domino
effect” soon.  Even if we don’t, the
story is still staying interesting enough to keep me wanting more.  This is a series thus far is showing that
it’s well worth the time to jump into, and I’d suggest taking the leap.
For more information on this title, check out Zoe Out of Time.

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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