Gretchen is a student at a prestigious college. She works hard, yet some basic human interactions is missing. Gretchen put herself in this situation and is struggling to find a way out. One night while walking back to her apartment a celestial object crashes down from the heavens, as if to shake up her life. Gretchen then brings the meteor back with her. Once home she feels strange, her breasts begin to grow and her body gets enhanced from strange radiation of the meteor. How will Gretchen react to her new body?
Zero to Z-cup part 1 starts off by giving us the information to understand the main character and the conflicts faces. Saget did a good job in explaining this without dragging it on for ages. Later on in the story we get the breast expansion we were waiting for. The clothes tearing and flesh bulging is great! Saget never fails to disappoint in that category. So far the only lackluster thing of this series is the classic “it came from outer space plot.” I fear not though, because the meteor is only a tool for future breast growth and sex that will excite us readers.