I read books one and two of The Time Museum graphic novel series several months apart. This made a few bumps in who was who; I had forgotten a character and a few character points/personalities and some of the adventures previously had. Therefore, it is best to read the series by Matthew Loux back to back.
We continue the adventures of the Time Museum and our plucky time travelers with a new adventure that has some unusual twists and turns. Along with some new friends. This time our band of merry travelers are paired with another team to learn how to better their skills. The only thing I found a little suspicious was that the other team is run by Tricky Dickie himself, President Nixon! Humor aside, our adventures try to fix an issue at a pivotal point in history while not causing a paradox rift! Plus, one of them learns more about the Grey Duke and secrets being kept.
Who is the Grey Duke? Who left the Time Stone for our band to find? Is there room for people to have more than one friend they really like? Why were the 1980’s clothing style so darn cool (and weird)? Why are there so many lemon squares being made? What is behind the curtain? What is behind the locked door? And why does Titus want to run so darn early in the morning and not eat chocolate chip pancakes? To find the answers to these burning questions and more, you need to read The Time Museum Volume 2.
Ages (strong) 8 to (younger) 13-14 can enjoy the Time Museum adventures.