The graphic novels featuring Zita the Spacegirl are back in two more adventures (from 2012 and 2014). The first (technically second) book is Legends of Zita the Spacegirl #2 and the second (technically third) book is The Return of Zita the Spacegirl.
Ben Hatke published Zita in 2011 but had been working on her for years. Both stories flow well and are solid stories. Even though the first two books “wrap up” that books story, there are open endings to each of them. Therefore, it might be fun to get the three boxed set containing all of Zita’s adventures, as you will want to fly through them like Zita flies through space. Hatke has just crazy, fun, colorful and bizarre illustrations. Reading both text and art helps move you along from one adventure to the next. In many ways, you do not need the text, just read the illustrations.
SPOILER: Each book shows the growth of Zita that will actually continue in the companion novels of the Might Jack series. But during all three novels this spunky girl learns how to make friends, be a hero and learns that sometimes what you seem to be to others depends on who is looking. And being a hero sometimes comes with a large price tag.
The extras of the books are worth the read as well. There are galley sketches of the growth of several characters and in one even mentions how Zita started when Hatke meet a cute girl who made a doodle and who became his wife (the cute girl, not the doodle).