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|
|Number of Pages||:||112 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Lumberjanes, Vol. 9: On a Roll Reviews
This was so good!! I loved that the Yetis were back and I loved the rep!
Barney is also one of my favourite characters, though they didn't get too much action in the later issues, I loved the beginning with Barney <3
Read July 2018
Like the previous volume this one feels a little short (compared to the ones before that) and I feel like the quality of the art has gone down a bit.
The first issue in this volume focussed a bit more on Barney and them using they/them pronouns which I really liked. The other issues had Roller Derby, Yeti’s & Sasquatches which was fun, though not my favourite Lumberjanes adventure.
It finally happened - I've aged out of Lumberjanes fandom. The plots are too silly, too simple, too focused on girl power and inclusivity. Not to say that kind of focus is bad! Girl power rocks and inclusivity is essential to a productive future. But like, the way Lumberjanes presents these ideas is perfect for young girls who are just learning about the concepts. For a weathered old dude like me, it all just comes off as a bit childish. Also, how many times is a roller derby going to be used as ...more
This volume was great! Back to the quirkiness I can appreciate. Gotta love roller Derby with Sasquatch.
Yetis! Roller derby! Introduction and acceptance of gender neutral pronouns!
Another wonderful instalment in the Lumberjanes series, involving roller derby and yetis. Barney's character was further developed and they are going by they/them pronouns now. I am so glad that younger audiences have this kind of representation in this series, it's so important for people to see themselves represented and accepted, and I loved the fact that the scene had this teaching moment about what pronouns were- it was integrated so seamlessly and it's fantastic to know that the younge ...more
This has the feel of classic Lumberjanes. Crisp storytelling, full of heart and hijinks with a concise ending.
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.)