Zero Jumper #1

Zero Jumper #1

Writer: Patrick Mulholland Artist: Patrick Mulholland Publisher: Alterna Comics Release Date: April 4, 2018 Cover Price: $1.5 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
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An ancient power source that can manipulate space and time is buried deep on a barren world and Juno, the last human, must embark on a dangerous journey to find it. Her mission is simple: go back in time and save humanity from extinction. The cost? Her life.

  • 8.5
    Graphic Policy - Alex K Cossa Apr 4, 2018

    “An ancient power source that can manipulate space and time is buried deep on a barren world and Juno, the last human, must embark on a dangerous journey to find it. Her mission is simple: go back in time and save humanity from extinction. The cost? Her life.” Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    Weird Science - Andrew McAvoy Apr 14, 2018

    A good story, great art and colored well, this is a great start to this mini-series and is all the more impressive for being the work of one man. I enjoyed it, and surprisingly given the nostalgia I referred to above in terms of format, there is nothing old-fashioned about this book. It is contemporary and modern. Well worth checking out from your LCBS or on digital. Read Full Review

  • 10
    SloboSOY Apr 5, 2018

    So we jump in this one without much of explanation. At least we have some in way and many at the end.
    I have some trouble with what happen between her first appearance & the second. But I liked much of it.
    We see a possible bad guy with a badass technology. And I like the end.

    Cover - Nicely done & related to my reading 2/2
    Story - Maybe a little more clarification about temporality will help. 2/3
    Arts - Ok there is not much backward, but that logic with the planet or the drawing point the artist choose. And he use Juno's personal assistant as way to make some acting panel leading one to another. I have my doubt about if the character was a young lad or a girl, even if many picture made me think, she was a girl. And her name make this clear. 3/3
    Feeling - I more in this comics than in Tinseltown. But their is some work to do to have me going through the four parts. 1/2
    8/10

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