Lumberjanes To The Max Edition, Vol. 1

Lumberjanes To The Max Edition Vol The officially awesome edition for ladies who love Lumberjanes To The Max Overwhelmed by the love support and enthusiasm from Lumberjumbies all over the world for this Eisner Award winning series w

  • Title: Lumberjanes To The Max Edition, Vol. 1
  • Author: Noelle Stevenson Shannon Watters Grace Ellis Brooke A. Allen Raina Telgemeier
  • ISBN: 9781608868094
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The officially awesome edition for ladies who love Lumberjanes To The Max Overwhelmed by the love, support, and enthusiasm from Lumberjumbies all over the world for this Eisner Award winning series, we re thrilled to present the original eight issue story arc in a deluxe hardcover for the first time Shannon Watters, Grace Ellis, Noelle Stevenson, and Brooke Allen have crThe officially awesome edition for ladies who love Lumberjanes To The Max Overwhelmed by the love, support, and enthusiasm from Lumberjumbies all over the world for this Eisner Award winning series, we re thrilled to present the original eight issue story arc in a deluxe hardcover for the first time Shannon Watters, Grace Ellis, Noelle Stevenson, and Brooke Allen have crafted a heartfelt series built on the power of friendship and positivity At Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet s Camp for Hardcore Lady Types, things are not what they seem Three eyed foxes Secret caves Anagrams Luckily, Jo, April, Mal, Molly, and Ripley are five rad, butt kicking best pals determined to have an awesome summer togetherd they re not gonna let a magical quest or an array of supernatural critters get in their way The mystery keeps getting bigger, and it all begins here The to the Max Edition include Volumes 1 2, a foreword by Raina Telgemeier Smile, Sisters , the never before collected Lumberjanes short from BOOM Box 2014 Mix Tape, all of the Rad Mix Playlists, and

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    1. Después de la perfecta Nimona, quería seguir empapándome de Noelle Stevenson. En esta ocasión, tenemos a cinco amigas en un campamento de verano: Jo, April, Mal, Molly y Ripley. Ellas son leñadoras, exploradoras, divertidas, cínicas. Tenemos aventuras, yetis hipsters, gatetes, lobos de tres ojos Recordando con nostalgia a Scooby-Doo y Los Goonies. Un punto importante: ¡Visibilidad femenina! YESSSS. Sí, sí y sí. La mayoría de los personajes son mujeres. Hay personajes masculinos, pero [...]

    2. Leñadoras cuenta la hisotoria de cinco chicas, Jo, April, Mal, Molly y Ripley que pasan unas semanas en el campamento miss Quinzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet para chicas molonas. Las cinco comparten cabaña y les encanta estar juntas y vivir aventuras. Sin embargo, lo que empieza siendo un juego de exploraicón acaba siendo una gran aventura en la que llegarán a participar incluso dioses mitológicos. Todo cambia cuando una noche, tras salir de exploración las chicas se enfrentan [...]

    3. Holy Kitten (or should I say The Kitten Holy? 😉), I am entirely in love with the Lumberjanes series! 😻The artwork, the summer camp setting, the wonderful and hilarious characters, the references to epic women interwoven into the dialogue is all amazing! I can’t wait to get my hands on more To The Max Editions- the extra features (particularly the Music Mixes section) were definitely worth it!

    4. 3'5/5 Tenía muchas ganas de leer este cómic, entre las buenas críticas, el mensaje que se enviaba y que colabora una ilustradora que me encanta ( la autora de nimona) y por fin lo he terminado! la verdad es que creo que mis espectativas estaban demasiado altas, pero aún así me ha gustado tanto la historia como el dibujo y que incluyan cosas de mitología griega me ha encantado. ala otro cómic leído, que no quiero perder la costumbre de leerlos.

    5. 4,5 / 5Jo, April, Mal, Molly y la adorable Ripley, cinco chicas que están en el campamento de verano para Jóvenes Chicas Molonas de miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet. En el campamento ocurren cosas extrañas, como que han visto a una mujer transformarse en oso. Las cinco se embarcarán a resolver una serie de misterios mientras un buen surtido de curiosos monstruos les acechan. Sapristi reúne en un solo tomo los 8 primeros números de este primer arco de Leñadoras, serie pr [...]

    6. Leñadoras cuenta la historia de 5 chicas, Jo, April, Mal, Molly y Ripley que pasan unas semanas en el campamento a las que le gusta estar juntas y vivir aventuras. Entiendo que tenga esa fama pero para mi hay que cogerlo sin saber mucho para disfrutar sus páginas y te harán reflexionar

    7. Lo mejor de esta novela gráfica es el mensaje que quiere transmitir a través de toda la aventura: la amistad. Me encantó que las cinco amigas sean tan diferentes entre sí, no solo en el físico como bien pueden ver en la portada, sino también en las personalidades, pero a pesar de todo seguían unidas. Reseña completa en mi blog: Narradora Literaria

    8. Me mata un poco la narrativa, con tendencia al atropello y la confusión, pero se puede hacer la vista gorda gracias su aire desenfadado y naif. Historietas sencillas de aventura ideales para lectores jóvenes.

    9. I read the first 4 issues of this last year and thought I enjoyed it then. This story absolutely shines when it's read in its true form with all 8 issues together. For one, it makes a lot more sense. I'm not sure if it's because I read the first half before, but I feel like I caught more references (ex. "Holy bell hooks!") and noticed subtleties in the art and what's actually happening in the panels.I still stand by my original observation that it feels very cartoon-like. This just seems like it [...]

    10. Tierno, divertido, positivo, con un dibujo alegre y desenfadado, pero tratando temas tan serios e importantes como son la amistad o la pertenencia a un grupo. Y, ¡ojito con los viajes de "auto-conocimiento"!

    11. As good as its reputation. This made me want to be a teenaged girl again. That's not to say that I ever was a teenaged girl, but that I remember wanting to be one when I was young and this made me want it again.So fun, so bonkers, so un-self-conscious in its references to the X-Men, to Raiders of the Lost Ark, to John Hughes movies, to everything marvelous ever. I'm so glad that I held out for this glorious collected edition of the first eight issues. It's a gorgeous artefact. I loved everything [...]

    12. Le doy 4 estrellas en honor a mi yo de 12 años. Un cómic protagonizado por chicas de todas formas y colores que se quieren con fiereza, que son listas, inteligentes, valientes y buenas. Me habría encantado. Mi yo de ahora lo encuentra un poco demasiado juvenil como para entregarse en cuerpo y alma, pero ya tiene pensado a cuántas chicas jóvenes y valientes se lo va a regalar. Amistad a tope!

    13. Really, I am leaning towards four and a half stars, though I'm just as happy giving it four.This book combines the first eight issues of Lumberjanes in one volume. The cover is thick and bright white with dark green embossed (well, debossed) lettering and graphics. Very thick boards for the coverry well done. The art inside is very much a Boomerang styleif you know those comics--Adventure Time, Mordecai and Rigby, etc. Sorta cutesy with jagged-edged boxes, bright colors throughout. Drawn like I [...]

    14. Lumberjanes is kind of a unique story that expands what you think girls are, and really brings out the best of the monster-of-the-week genre to tell a captivating story with emotional resonance.Noelle Stevenson is known on the internet as the author of Nimona, a webcomic that was re-drawn and published, but you can still read as a webcomic in its original form. She’s known to me as the artist of Ryan North’s To Be or Not to Be, a gamebook which is similar in style to the trademarked Choose Y [...]

    15. Me dijeron "es el tipo de cómic que yo habría querido leer de niña" y he de decir que mi niña interior ha vivido una aventura trepidante y ha deseado ser una de las leñadoras.La historia es sencilla: campamento, misterios y bichos raros y un grupo de amigas inseparable y aventurero dispuesto a enfangarse hasta las rodillas para poner orden. Dos premisas más que conocidas pero que bien llevadas logran hacerte pasar un buen rato y quitarte diez años de encima.Además, desde el punto de vist [...]

    16. Meh. Moderately amusing, but not in my opinion particularly well-constructed or well-thought-out. Events seemed to occur randomly or for no good reason, and the clever ways the heroines prevailed weren't always all that clever or convincing e.g. the one who defeats a giant animated stone statue in arm-wrestling because she understands leverage? Yes, of course it's a factor, but given that her entire body would have weighed less than his arm, there's no way the leverage possible in arm-wrestling [...]

    17. When I chanced upon the first printing of a single issue of the LumberJanes, I knew I was holding something special. Bright, engaging art featuring a funny, motley trope-tromping cast of girls at sleep-away camp, the comic called to mind the Saturday morning cartoons of my youth as well as sparkled with the new-found energy of today's indie-published and web comics. The title alone said to me: oh, this is gonna be good. And it was. I thought this binding was particularly genius. It includes snip [...]

    18. My heart is full! As everyone says, Lumberjanes is the comic I wish I'd had when I was a kid. It would have changed everything. I'm so glad the young ones have it today.

    19. Group of diverse female friends ✔Summer camp ✔Magical creatures ✔Girls supporting girls ✔Cute f/f romance ✔Constant breaking of gender stereotypes ✔Great humour that genuinely had me laughing out loud ✔Greek mythology ✔I NEED VOLUME 2 NOW

    20. Fun, light, joyful. Sometimes you just want to escape and read something about camping and kicking butt and taking names.

    21. Notablemente juvenil, pero la historia tiene gancho y magia, y capta tu interés. El tono aventurero resulta grato, y el dibujo, y el colorido son geniales.

    22. Adorable and delightful and just SO MUCH. This made me so happy! I’ve known about Lumberjanes since before it was born and yet waited far too long before getting around to reading it, please don’t make the same mistake.

    23. Lumberjanes is really fun and really cute. The art is very typically Stephenson’s style, very much like Nimona, which I rather enjoy — it manages to be expressive and dynamic without appearing painstakingly polished. I enjoy the character designs a lot, perhaps especially Mal and April, and Ripley is just tons of fun. It’s meant for a younger audience, mostly, but I think it can appeal on other levels as well, especially with the puns and references — not many kids are going to understan [...]

    24. The only thing I didn't love about this book was the scout badge descriptions at the beginning of each section. Literally everything else -- the characters, the art, the story -- I loved. Just one question though - why are April's eyes different from the rest of the characters???

    25. Divertido y con gatetes, pero no me tienta para seguir leyendo. Los personajes y sus relaciones me han recordado a los cómics de W.I.T.C.H.

    26. If you love your girlfriends "to the max!" and you always wished the Girl Scouts were a little more like the Boy Scouts, then you'll love the Lumberjanes. Fun for all ages.

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