When the Yetis are kicked out of their treehouse, its up to the Roanokes to win their home back from the Sasquatches that took it over by beating them at roller derby.You just gotta learn to roll with the punches! When the yetis are kicked out of their humble treehouse abode, its up to Jo, April, Mal, Molly and Ripley to get them back where they belong amongst the trees...and not leeching the camps power and making all the ice cream melt. To get the sasquatches to clear out, though, the Roanoke girls will have to challenge them to a roller derby match!This New York Times bestseller and multiple Eisner-Award and GLAAD-award winning series is written by Shannon Watters and Kat Leyh (Super Cakes) and illustrated by Carolyn Nowak....
|Title||:||Lumberjanes, Vol. 9: On a Roll (Lumberjanes (Collected Editions) #9)|
|Number of Pages||:||112 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Lumberjanes, Vol. 9: On a Roll (Lumberjanes (Collected Editions) #9) Reviews
I wasn’t expecting Roller Derby, but it works!
"This sword works with LITERALLY any outfit. I'm keeping it."
Taking sweet fashion advice from April!
I may not have loved the art, but the super easy to understand conversation about gender pronouns makes up for it. Plus, roller derby.
Read as single issues. I think first time I’ve given lumberjanes only three stars. Hate, hate the art. It made the whole story ugly. (The story was cute, so it wasn’t all bad. But. Damn. They’ve been scraping the barrel with artists, lately.)
This has the feel of classic Lumberjanes. Crisp storytelling, full of heart and hijinks with a concise ending.
Greek Goddess Diane works out a deal with Rosie to stay with the Lumberjanes: she must give up her powers and live as a mortal while on earth. This lasts approximately 2 seconds and Diane is off searching for magical traps. The Lumberjanes run into a group of Yetis. And there is a roller derby show down.
We finally learn a little more about Barney, who self-identified as "them" and calls out to Marsha P. Johnson as an historical icon of power during a moment of need.
The last few have not been nearly as good as the early volumes. Interestingly, the intended audience seems to have gotten younger.
Yetis! Sasquatches! Roller derby!