With a solid beginning and a whole lot of nostalgia, Zoe: Out Of Time is tailored to many: science fiction fans, time travel enthusiasts, romantics, and those who remember the ’90s all too well.
I recently had the pleasure to speak with Michalski and Lagos via email and then through a short interview. The two comic book creators were nothing short of professional and friendly. I had a wonderful experience getting to know them amidst our brief chats and they have some interesting things to say about their series as a whole.
Check out our conversation and a preview of issue #3 of Zoe: Out Of Time below.
If you had easy access to a time travel device, where would you go? This is a question that I’m sure many have pondered, but in Zoe: Out Of Time, Zoe Black goes to a time in which many of us remember very well: the ’90s. From the minds of J. Michalski and Alexander Lagos and art from Derlis Santacruz, comes the clash of two timelines with music at the forefront and love at the heart.
Stealing her father’s handheld time travel device known as the Kronos Traveler, Zoe Black travels from 2050 Los Angeles to 1990 Los Angeles to meet the love of her life: grunge-rock musician, Trent Darrow. With the Kronos Traveler missing, Zoe is stuck in 1990, but at least she’s in good company, as Trent Darrow and his Rebel Lion bandmates take her in; but as Zoe and Trent begin a relationship and the Rebel Lions are signed to a major record deal, someone very close to the group is hashing out some dastardly plans that involve killing Zoe.