Lumberjanes, Vol. 8: Stone Cold

Lumberjanes Vol Stone Cold Five best friends at summer camp take friendship to the max when they team up to defeat the strange forces lurking within the surrounding forest Excited to have Barney starting their first week at the

  • Title: Lumberjanes, Vol. 8: Stone Cold
  • Author: Shannon Watters
  • ISBN: 9781684151325
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Paperback
  • Five best friends at summer camp take friendship to the max when they team up to defeat the strange forces lurking within the surrounding forest.Excited to have Barney starting their first week at the camp, the Roanokes run over to the Zodiac cabin, only to find everyone turned to stone Between strange shadows and Diane being back, it looks like April, Jo, Mal, Molly, andFive best friends at summer camp take friendship to the max when they team up to defeat the strange forces lurking within the surrounding forest.Excited to have Barney starting their first week at the camp, the Roanokes run over to the Zodiac cabin, only to find everyone turned to stone Between strange shadows and Diane being back, it looks like April, Jo, Mal, Molly, and Ripley are going to have their hands full trying to find a cure for their friends as long as they don t look the wrong thing in the eye first This New York Times bestseller and multiple Eisner Award winning series is a story of friendship, hardcore lady types, and kicking a lot of butt Don t miss out on the continued adventures of the Lumberjanes written by Shannon Watters and Kat Leyh Super Cakes with stories illustrated by Carey Pietsch Adventure Time Marceline Gone Adrift.

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    751 thoughts on “Lumberjanes, Vol. 8: Stone Cold

    • read as single issues Este me ha ENCANTADO Me han vuelto a meter mitolog a griega y yo agradecido Echaba de menos a Diane y su actitud tan sassy.


    • This was so cute I mean Lumberjanes is always really adorable but I kind of forgot because it s been so long since I read it I really loved the return to Greek mythology as well Although I m a bit upset that Barney spent the entire volume turned to stone I definitely hope we get something focusing on them in upcoming issues.



    • I read this volume in single issue format While the wait for the next volume pretty much felt unbearable, we re finally there Okay, I cheated and ended up reading the single issues, but really, can you blame me The series is so good I keep wondering worrying that we re going to see the end of the summer on the horizon, but based on some of the theories forming about time dilation I m starting to feel a little safer about this series I don t see it ending sooner than it wants to though perhaps it [...]


    • I appreciated the back stories that were given and how we got to learn about the main characters Mostly, this was a fun volume in a fun series.


    • Lumberjanes Series Ratings Lumberjanes, Vol 1 Beware the Kitten Holy Lumberjanes, Vol 2 Friendship to the Max Lumberjanes, Vol 3 A Terrible Plan Lumberjanes, Vol 4 Out of Time Lumberjanes, Vol 5 Band Together Lumberjanes, Vol 6 Sink or Swim Lumberjanes, Vol 7 A Bird s Eye View TBRLumberjanes, Vol 8 Stone Cold Stone Cold TBR


    • This was a really brilliant volume that harked back to the very first arc, with the return of Diane The plot was a fun take on some Greek myths heavily embellished with Lumberjane charm and the art is very expressive, simple as ever but still capturing a diverse range of characters The plot built and compelling mystery, and I ve got to admit that I didn t see the end coming.Yet, importantly, the series is starting to hint at the backgrounds of the girls and thus give the reader a greater unders [...]


    • read as single issues Aw I m so happy for Barney And I think a lot of younger readers will be hype for the return of Greek mythology based stuff Keep it on your Percy Jackson readalikes list, librarians











    • Wow Just wow This series does not disappoint It has seen a couple low points, but it always manages to pick itself back up again One thing I am particularly proud of in this volume is the author s treatment of Barney s apparent gender fluidity In this day and age, it is almost norm, almost expected that one will include a gay and or trans character in any given book or movie What is absolutely not expected is a conversation in any form about any of the other gender non conforming people out ther [...]


    • Once again, friendship to the max The Lumberjanes are tested when Diane Greek Goddess Artemis shows up unexpectedly in camp at the same time the Zodiac Cabin is turned to stone The campers band together with their cool new gorgon friend, Ligo, to solve the stone mystery.A real testament to the Lumberjanes that they stick with Diane even though she s so caught up in her own drama that she s a terrible friend, no matter how hard the Lumberjanes try Eventually, it s obvious that the power of teamwo [...]


    • 2.5 starsOh Lumberjanes I loved you so But somewhere along the way you morphed into a cheap knockoff of yourself The characters, especially Riley, have become interchangeable catchphrase generators, randomly spouting RAD HARDCORE and TO THE MAX like a talking keychain with a stuck button.


    • Back to god filled lore Now turning campers to stone and gorgons Excellent under lying message about how messed up some families can be and making your own family friends who accept you for who you are.


    • It s like they re consciously going back to what has previously worked the girls working with Diana instead of against her was a lot of fun and if these last two books are any indication the greatness of the Lumberjanes goes on Collects issues 29 32



    • I love the lumberjanes, the characters are cute and getting complex as the series goes on I also really enjoy the mixing of mythology in these stories.








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