Lumberjanes, Vol. 9 by Shannon Watters

Lumberjanes, Vol. 9

When the Yetis are kicked out of their treehouse, it’s 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, it’s up to Jo, April, Mal, Molly and Ripley to get them back where they belong amongst the trees...and not leeching the camp’s power and making all the ice cream melt...

Details Lumberjanes, Vol. 9

TitleLumberjanes, Vol. 9
Release DateJul 24th, 2018
PublisherBOOM! Box
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Fantasy, Young Adult, Lgbt, Graphic Novels Comics

Reviews Lumberjanes, Vol. 9

  • Loretta
    Yetis! Sasquatches! Roller derby!
  • Claire
    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.)
  • Imogene
    Read as individual issues.Three reasons why Lumberjanes vol 9 is amaze balls.1. Hardcore Lady type tweens playing roller derby, embracing their strength, embracing their teamwork, kicking Sasquatch butt, saving Sasquatch butt, making Sasquatch friends, and starting a new camp tradition.2. Genuine apologies for past mistakes, including one without an excuse!3. A genuine, awesome, totally woke discussion of pronouns and gender choices and non-binar...
  • Devann
    Read as single issues. This was a really fun volume focusing mainly on a roller derby game of the Lumberjanes vs some Sasquatches for the purpose of helping out their Yeti friends. You know, that very common thing. There was also a one-off issue focusing on Barney's cabin and welcoming them to camp which I really enjoyed. Although I would like it if Barney played a larger role in the main series. I really like them and it feels like they're gener...
  • Rachel
    Read as single issues.
  • Nancy Svinicki
    Read as individual issues