Snotgirl, Vol. 2 by Bryan Lee O'Malley

Snotgirl, Vol. 2

From the creator of SCOTT PILGRIM! Lottie Person is a glamorous fashion blogger living her best life in L.A. — at least that’s what she wants you to think. CALIFORNIA SCREAMING finds Lottie putting the past behind her and trying to make the best of a bad situation — her life! Lottie’s new bestie is an emotional roller coaster: first she died, and then she killed someone. Who will Caroline hurt next, and what is her brother Virgil doing he...

Details Snotgirl, Vol. 2

TitleSnotgirl, Vol. 2
Release DateMay 22nd, 2018
PublisherImage Comics
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Graphic Novels Comics, Mystery, Fiction

Reviews Snotgirl, Vol. 2

  • Alison
    3.5 STARSThe art and the mystery keep me coming back to this, but the overall story is so damn confusing at times. I feel like the characters were all just a blur and I spent more time trying to figure out what was happening than enjoying the story.I really wanted to like this series, but it just keeps falling flat for me. I may continue just to figure out what the hickidy heck is happening, but I'm not as invested in the characters as I was once...
  • Monica
    I just really love this totally ridiculous but also mysterious story.
  • Emma
    Things are really starting to get interesting and I want them to solve the mysteries of these deaths. Virgil, Caroline's brother, definitely creeps me out. He spies on the girls and listens to everything they say. Lottie seems a lot more friendly with Meg and Misty in this volume and I must say that I appreciate this.I did not like the part where Caroline gave the girls mushrooms without their knowledge, I do not condone this kind of behaviour. C...
  • Ashley Daviau
    It’s hard to put into words why I enjoy this series so much, but I think it’s partially because I know people like Lottie and I just can’t help but get engrossed in and laugh at the nonsense adventures she gets up to! I also really love the murder-mayhem aspect that’s a prominent part of the storyline, it really adds oomph to the story and makes for some really awesome images!
  • Julie Zantopoulos
    What even did I just read? Sadly, I don't think that the art style is enough to keep me invested in this series anymore. It's just too all over the place.
  • Josh
    The first volume of Snotgirl was great. Not only did it establish a likable yet flawed character in Lottie Person, but it also established an element of mystery and violence, particularly in the later stages of volume one. Volume two, California Screaming is a major let down. The story largely centers around Lottie's ex, Sunny Day, Lottie's girl-crush and infatuation, Caroline,, and Charlene, the young woman from the previous installment who took...
  • unknown
    I dig the art, the humor, and the characters, but I find the plot very hard to follow. Maybe wait until it is all done and binge it—though who knows how long that will be.
  • Krista Regester
    OMFG. Let me live up to the Lottie Person standard or let me DIE.
  • Maddie
    I love the art in this series. The fashion is always amazing. What I also love is that both volumes in this series are faking weird. You don't know what's real or what's not and everyone is making bad fucking decisions.
  • rachel
    #1) Snotgirl, Vol. 1: Green Hair Don't Care ★★☆☆☆i am officially done with this series. i have no idea what's happening and honestly don't really care. Blog • Goodreads • Twitter • Instagram
  • Becky
    This was really fun like the first trade! The mystery is still there and the’s a good story to follow and as always Lottie is questioning everything going on. We also meet Virgil in this trade - he’s pretty shady for sure....with ghost girl and that I think he’s partaking in some scary past times...
  • Amber
    I probably should have re-read the first one before going into this one, since it's been so long. But, I still enjoyed this volume and I feel like I liked this one more than the first one.
  • Bookishrealm
    This series just isn't working for me. It's all over the place and doesn't seem to make much sense. I read this one in hopes that the rest of the story would begin to make sense, but unfortunately the series just became more confusing. I don't really see this story going anywhere and I'll be extremely surprised if I pick up another volume. the artwork is amazing though. haha
  • milou ☁️
    ↠ 2 stars, I was confused most of the time Like I didn't even know what was happening and pretty much all of the storyline was one mayor blur which I couldn't describer. I was hoping that this was going to be one cutesie f/f graphic novel, but it didn't turn into that at all. We mainly got a deranged serial killer and a plot that didn't make any sense.Therefore these two stars are for the art style and all of the beautiful illustrations only
  • Lauren
    What the hell have I just read? I know it doesn’t make sense, and yes, some parts confused me (especially the ghosties and Virgil scene) but I loooove it!!! Roll on volume 3! RTC
  • Cat (cat-thecatlady)
    I really really like this series! it does not take itself too seriously and once you understand that, it gets so much more enjoyable. I love a good mystery with some humor and silliness attached to it. the art is spectacular and I can’t wait to figure everyone out!
  • Amanda Prado
    love snotgirl.... would love to understand it one day
  • Alexa
    I love everything about this! 💕💕💕
  • mercedes
    I preferred this volume to the first, it felt more solid. It’s definitely something you want to keep reading, as it involves a lot of suspense. However, some of the issues I had with the first volume are still present here. For one, I can’t stand pretty much everyone. Caroline used to be my favourite but here she’s almost as bad, if not worse than Lottie. There is vapid and bitchy in a fun way and then there’s vapid and bitchy in an annoy...
  • E.
    Those people are such a mess and kind of horrible but also Super Extra and Gay so 👌👌👩❤💋👩 Those people are such a mess and kind of horrible but also Super Extra and Gay so 👌👌👩‍❤️‍💋‍👩
  • ✨ Y.♡ˎ´
    Okay, now I'm REALLY confused with the plot(?!). XD Out of all Lottie's friend I like Meg the most. Or Normgirl, like she calls her. Cutegirl is a spoiled brat and even though her outfits are cute- I think she's evil.And damn what's up with Caroline's forehead?CAN'T WAIT TO READ NEXT ISSUES.
  • Lorna
    I am honestly not sure how I feel about Snotgirl, Vol. 2: California Screaming . The art style is incredible and parts of the story are thrilling, but, packaged the way it is, the story is very jumpy. I struggled at times to figure out what was happening and where things tied into the story. I also struggled to understand why some characters were necessary and what their purpose was (it's possible this will be revealed later, but it definitely h...
  • Ondřej Halíř
    Myslel jsem si že znám Snotgirl a vím co od ní čekat, ale tohle byl pěkný facepalm. Divné výjevy jedné z postav kde sedí u televize v Motelu a teče jí krev z hlavy a přitom tam její brácha někoho vraždí. Jedna z postav porodí a olizuje zeleného psa s korunkou. Wrestling dvou nahých chlapů v sauně, a jednomu z nich se postaví jeho "ZORD" jak on tomu říká. Pak je tam divný týpek co všechny stalkuje a vydává se za fy...
  • ellie ♡
    3 | definitely didn’t enjoy this as much as the first, but i did like the color pallet for this novel a lot more. overall this was a funny and quick read!
  • Sierra
    As much as I love this series, I have a few problems with it.This book is fun. Its girly and feminine but still cool and interesting enough that really anyone could get into. The art and coloring is great! Getting to know Lottie (weather you love or hate her) has been a real treat and its also neat when you can relate to any of the characters, even over just little things. With all that said, I cant really tell you what the book is about. Every t...
  • D
    GHOSTS AND GAYS. My type of comic.
  • Chelsea
    This series is rather interesting. Somehow, O'Malley has captured a lot of the blogging world and put it into this book. By that I mean, it speaks of anxiety, throwing around INFP and other terms in a way that seriously captures what I see tangentially on twitter and tumblr. This isn't quite a world I understand because these types of "lifestyle" blogs aren't really my cup of tea. This is a pretty great installment. Unfortunately, I forgot quite ...
  • Allison
    WTF just happened??!I'm so confused. The art is is the only thing I'm positive that I like at this point.
  • daniela
    This volume was just as confusing as the first one.
  • Alexandra
    The art is great, but the plot is all over the place and it doesn't know what kind of story it wants to tell.