In an effort to make it to Miami faster, Zombie Tramp takes to the air this time on a one-way ticket to chaos. Can Janey control her temper and her human form on a 6-hour flight full of annoyances?
Maybe. But add one more unexpected element to the mix and you’ve got yourself one angry zombie on a plane.
Snakes on a plane? Not this time. This time, it’s zombie on a plane. I’ve never seen the previously mentioned title, but I’m sure it doesn’t hold up to this book. It’s hard to when you enjoy Zombie Tramp as much as I do, and still going strong 12 issues into Volume 3.
After the unexpected results of her attempt to teleport, Janey decides to resort to more conventional methods of travel. Unfortunately, that means trying her patience with the regular assortment of undesirable neighbors on a long plane ride. Although she gave it a good effort, her temper got the best of her and she flips out on what turns out to be a gremlin in disguise. Meanwhile, we are introduced to what appears to be yet another new force in the mix, and possibly more powerful.
Compared to a lot of the other recent issues, this was a bit more toned down. There was a bit of action and powers that we get to see illustrated, but nothing of huge mention. As always, it’s nice to see a new character design, and it’ll be great to see more in upcoming issues.
With this newest arc starting, I’m excited to have another possible protagonist that is on Janey’s level. The hints we are left with at the end leave you itching just enough to want more. Then again, Zombie Tramp usually does, although usually drooling. That aside, it’s looking like another cool storyline that you’ll want to check out.
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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.