Today’s TTT is All about the visuals: Top Ten Favorite Graphic Novels/Comics or Ten Comics on My TBR or Top Ten Favorite Picture Books! Given that my six year old has his own bookcase for of picture books, I did briefly consider using Picture Books, but no. I’m going to take yet another opportunity to gush about my favorite Graphic Novels/Comics and not just who … Continue reading TTT: Top Ten Favorite Graphic Novels/Comics
Review: Here we have the next story line for the Lumberjanes series and we get to catch up with the Greek gods in this one!! Diane is back and with a quest that the girls have no choice but to get in the way of. I’m not going to add the synopsis of each comic so I … Continue reading Lumberjanes #29-32 Diane is back!
It’s Femme Friday! I normally reserve my list making for Top Ten Tuesdays, but I couldn’t help myself. I had just read a few books that made my heart flutter and wanted to share those moments along with some other great ones from throughout the year. I’m not one to flat out call a book feminist because there can be a bit of a hard line and … Continue reading FF: Book Moments that made my little feminist heart flutter
Review: These issues bring the next storyline of Lumberjanes to us after their run in with the awesome mermaids. This time the girls must contend with a giant bird beast that has kidnapped the High Council. As always, they are amazing. Things I Loved: Did you ever wonder what happened to all the kittens that Ripley gave every person when she was a … Continue reading Lumberjanes #25-28
Review: A crazy storm is coming and the Lumberjanes have to help their counselor Seafarin’ Karen get her boat back from some renegade selkies. Knot On Your Life! Camp is about more than just crafts and acquiring badges when you’re a Lumberjane. When April, Jo, Mal, Molly, and Ripley all decide to learn more about the mysterious Seafarin’ Karen, things take a turn … Continue reading Lumberjanes #21-24 or the soon to be Vol 6 Sink or Swim
Review: I really love the way this comic reminds me of the way “girly” stuff is completely awesome despite all the ways that others try to present it. Hello unicorns! What’s to Love: It’s our first-ever Lumberjanes special and we could not be more excited to welcome writer Faith Erin Hicks (The Adventures of Superhero Girl) and newcomer artist Rosemary Valero-O’Connell to our growing Lumberteam. … Continue reading Lumberjanes: Beyond the Bay
Review: So, to be completely honest, I didn’t read this in volume form. The volume isn’t out yet but the synopsis is and so are all the issues. Here’s the synopsis: The Lumberjanes meet rock n’ roll mermaids! Excited for the annual Bandicoot Bacchanal, Ripley recruits her friends to help her get ready for the dance. But before the Lumberjanes know it, something mysterious begins … Continue reading Lumberjanes Vol 5 (#17-20): Band Together
Between I Thought It Was Just Me pointing out the way people think women and can’t be friends and are just catty and reading Lumberjanes yesterday, I realized that books about great girlfriends would make a great Femme Friday post this week! There really is this horrible idea that women don’t go along, that we just have to be or are naturally catty and obstinate toward each … Continue reading FF: Great Girlfriends!
Review: This is one of my favorite comic series. For reviews of prior volumes, click on the number: 1, 2, and 3. This volume begins by going back to the beginning of the summer and how the girls all met in the first part and then jumps forward again for the rest. A new problem is introduced along with some history on the Lumberjanes Camp itself. It’s all … Continue reading Lumberjanes Vol 4: Out Of Time (#13-16)
Review: This volume isn’t quite as exciting as the last two, but it’s still plenty of fun. Personally, it’s these girls. They make me nostalgic for a similar group of friends that I’ve had in the past. Here’s the back cover: This New York Times Bestselling series continues with Jo, April, Mal, Molly, and Ripley as they take on everything that goes bump in the … Continue reading Lumberjanes Vol 3 (#9-12)