ZsaZsa Zaturnnah Ze Moveeh
Philippines, 2006
ZsaZsa Zaturnnah Ze Moveeh Synopsis

After experiencing heartache, Adrian a.k.a. Ada - a conservative homosexual, leaves the city with his cousin Aruba. Relocating to a quaint province to start a new life and a parlor business, she meets her assistant Didi, her new secret love Dodong and a multitude of wacky characters including Dodong's brother Poldo, the peculiar couple Aling Britney and Mang Justin and her arch-rival when it comes to Dodong's affections Krystal. When a mysterious stone engraved with the words "Zaturnnah" falls from the sky one night, Ada gulps it down and he is magically transformed into Zsa Zsa Zaturnnah, a super heroine with immense strength and extraordinary beauty. In the pursuit of liberty, truth, justice and loads of excellent hair coloring, she fearlessly defends her newfound home from a giant frog, zombies running amok and from the overbearing Amazonistas from Planet X led by man-hater Queen Femina.

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Reviewed by Awilkes
I truly appreciate the work that goes on in making a graphic novel. I loved this character ever since the first book. I feel privileged that I was able to... more
I truly appreciate the work that goes on in making a graphic novel. I loved this character ever since the first book. I feel privileged that I was able to work on the stage version of the first book and eventually I got commissioned to work on the movie. This follow up series is not as funny as the first book though. The difference between this latest installment from the first book is the difference between ROFL and a giggle. The story does not say much as this first of a series of 3 is the 'establishing' book. After a long wait, it tries to re-acquaint the readers to the old characters and establish new ones that are coming up. Over all I love this book because of what it represents, and I love ZSAZSA and ADA.
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