Indie Comic Review: In the DJ Booth – Zita the Space Girl

Zita is just an ordinary girl with a friend named Joseph. One day, they found something poking out of a small meteorite. It’s a red button with metal square surrounding it. Zita thinks that nothing will happen if she presses it. But Joseph says not to. She presses it anyways. Nothing happened for a few seconds. But like a classic red button, something bad happens if pressed. A portal opens and a creature with long, black mechanical tentacles grabs Joseph, and pulls him into the portal. Zita knowing she has to save him,presses the button once more, and leaps into the portal. And thus begins her adventure to save Joseph.

This book is a good mix of comedy, action, adventure, and friendship. I thought the author did a fantastic job of telling the story.There was nothing that didn’t quite fit into the story.

I thought the art was beautiful and very helpful. It was not distracting at all.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone. And on a scale of 1-10,I would rate this book an 8 or a 9.

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DJ is eleven years old. She enjoys chickens, chinchillas, and rummaging through her father’s comic book collection.

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