Lumberjanes, Vol. 10 by Shannon Watters

Lumberjanes, Vol. 10

It's PARENTS' DAY at the Lumberjanes camp!Everyone at camp is super excited about the best day of the summer-Parents' Day, when they get to show their folks what they've been up to! Molly seems really worried, though, and even her friends are unsure of how to cheer her up.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 Ayme Sotuyo!

Details Lumberjanes, Vol. 10

TitleLumberjanes, Vol. 10
Release DateDec 11th, 2018
PublisherBOOM! Box
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Fantasy, Lgbt, Young Adult

Reviews Lumberjanes, Vol. 10

  • Victoria ♡
    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still keep up with reviews haha)
  • Ana
    Abuela rules!
  • Ian
    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustrators who are at the very forefront of the industry keeps the series fresh and exciting. I love this series.
  • Stephanie
    A M A Z I N G
  • Chelsea
    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't seem to be much happening in terms of the stakes. I would still love to see this as an animated TV series, but it's time for me to call it quits with the graphic no...
  • Devann
    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's always great to see Bear Woman again and this volume also brings up Molly's desire to stay at camp forever and the weird passage of time again, which is something I ge...
  • Ethan
    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn’t really a fan of the new art style.
  • Claire
    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly
  • Alicia
    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we’ve come to know and love. The girls have their strengths to bring to the group when they have to figure out who this fox is and where it’s missing heart has gone while trying not to give up the peculiarities of life...
  • Simplekind
    This one just didnt feel the same. The art was so different I found it distracting. I was really excited to read this volume because I know many of the Lumberjanes have difficulties with their families. I felt like much of that was unresolved or brushed over. There really seemed to be no plot or point to it either. Nothing really happened.
  • Brandon
    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues.The cute, fun, romp with compelling and lovable characters is back to its former glory and I couldn't be happier.
  • Samantha Ania
    It was really fun to meet everyone's parents. The Fox was legit kinda creepy.
  • Chelsea
    This series can do no wrong:)
  • Lizzy // The Bookish Unicorn
    Adorable as always!
  • ioan radu
    4,5⭐ 4,5⭐️
  • Emily
    Just not as good as it used to be. The last few volumes have lacked the balance of substance and silly that hooked me on this series at the start.
  • Amanda
    Parent's Day was super fun!
  • Ashley
    Another awesome volume! Really loved seeing everyone's families (Mal's mom loving Molly was just amazing). And the design for the fox was amazing! Can't wait for more!
  • Catherine
    Good story. Not a fan of the artwork.
  • Chris Lemmerman
    It's Parents' Day at the Lumberjanes camp, and that brings with it a new set of problems on top of the usual supernatural shenanigans, as the 'Janes attempt to keep their secret lives of adventure from their parents! But when a local menace sets his sights on the 'Janes, they have to keep their parents safe as well!Lumberjanes always floats around the very good to excellent category, and this one really hits the heights that the series has shown ...
  • Alissa
    Love this series more and more!!!It's Parents Day, and the 'Janes are determined to keep any and all paranormalness, supernaturalness, and, in general, weirdness from their folks (who all believe they sent their dear sweet daughters to regular ol' camp). But a tricksy Fox with a vendetta against the Bear Woman has other ideas. While on a scavenger hunt, the parents get held hostage by a rogue gang of cute little woodland creatures. The ransom? Th...
  • Kim Dyer
    This was a really excellent trade that did a good job of capturing the feel of one of the early story arcs, as well as starting to build on the bigger story by bringing more focus to Molly's feelings and the time bubble. It was also a surprisingly emotional issue, as we are finally introduced to all of the girls' parents and it becomes clear how they tick. From Ripley's (frankly awesome) abuelita to Molly's truly horrifying mother, it was a great...
  • Cliff
    This was an interesting break from the usual Lumberjane activities. Though it did end in a bit of foreboding. We finally get to meet the parents of our Roanoke cabin and they met with the expectations from earlier issues. The one blemish is Molly's parents...despite repeated implications that there's some unhappiness in her family life...we are only treated to a brief glimpse of her parents, who are understandably upset at being misled. But befor...
  • Jennifer Ranger
    This was another cute addition to the series. Although the first few volumes of the series were the best, this was still a good addition. Seeing the campers' parents and how the related to the campers was interesting in terms of character development, and the action of the story kept it moving forward to the ultimate end, which was a bit of a cliff-hanger. I look forward to reading the next volume.
  • Satrina T
    In this new arc we have Parent's Day and the girls are excited, except for Molly who seems very unsure about the whole thing. So, a scavenger hunt is created to avoid all the weirdness but really, weirdness is unavoidable here so we get forest creatures badgering everybody and then a prankster appears.We also get to see Bear Lady again.Favorite character: Abuelita and Mal's mom as a close secondLeast favorite character: Molly's mom tied with the ...
  • Shannon
    Individual issue reviews: #37 | #38 | #39 | #40Total review score: 2.5
  • Shelley
    The parents have been invited to camp for a visit! Can everyone hide all the weird goings on? Utterly charming and delightful as always. I loved meeting everyone's families (except poor April), and seeing where our campers got some of their quirks. Abuela was my favorite.I wasn't super fond of the art style, especially Mal. She just seemed off.
  • Angie
    Parents are coming to Miss Quinzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady Types and is it going to be fun. There are scavenger hunt shenanigans and aww worthy meetings. I loved all the parents and how they interacted with the kids and how they reacted to the shenanigans. Awesome story as always.
  • Cy
    a good, but really quick volume. I read it on my lunch break in like half an was cool to meet everyone's family, and i loved molly's storyline, with her absent/unsupportive family. it was nice to see that not everyone had the Best Family Ever.the best part of this book is clearly ripley's badass abuelita. B))