Lumberjanes, Vol. 7: A Bird's-Eye View

Lumberjanes Vol A Bird s Eye View All Lumberjanes are on deck when the High Council comes to camp for inspection The High Council is coming to camp and counselor Jen is determined to make everything perfect even though a storm is bre

  • Title: Lumberjanes, Vol. 7: A Bird's-Eye View
  • Author: Shannon Watters Kat Leyh Noelle Stevenson Grace Ellis Carey Pietsch Ayme Sotuyo Maarta Laiho BrookeAllen
  • ISBN: 9781684150458
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Paperback
  • All Lumberjanes are on deck when the High Council comes to camp for inspection The High Council is coming to camp and counselor Jen is determined to make everything perfect, even though a storm is brewing and kittens from the boys camp are manifesting magical powers It s every Lumberjane on deck as the girls do their best to prep the grounds for inspection but therAll Lumberjanes are on deck when the High Council comes to camp for inspection The High Council is coming to camp and counselor Jen is determined to make everything perfect, even though a storm is brewing and kittens from the boys camp are manifesting magical powers It s every Lumberjane on deck as the girls do their best to prep the grounds for inspection but there are some storms no one can prepare for.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 and newcomer Ayme Sotuyo.Collects issues 25 28.

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    385 thoughts on “Lumberjanes, Vol. 7: A Bird's-Eye View

    • Este ya me ha gustado tanto como los del principio. Me encantan los gatetes mágicos que escupen fuego y levitan. Como siempre ha sido una maravilla, cuqui, y divertido. ♡


    • Do you like kittens? Do you like magic? Do you think kittens should have magical powers? If the answer is yes to any of those three questions, then you will love Lumberjanes Vol. 7!This is another wonderful addition to the Lumberjanes and follows along the same lines as the first 6 volumes. The girls in Roanoke cabin are once again minding their own business when all of a sudden a mystical creature comes in to wreck havoc causing the girls to use their own unique skills to find a way to save the [...]


    • This again seemed a bit too easy and straightforward to me. I loved the kittens and all their powers, it just seemed like it was the set up for the next part of the adventure. I love the inclusion of Barney though. Basically more Barney, kittens, and plot and I would have been a very happy camper.



    • Story This was another fun volume. I especially loved the cats (and I'm more of a dog person), and the introduction of the Grand Lodge. I hope they do more with them in future volumes. There isn't much in terms of the ongoing story, but it does build the world of the Lumberjanes out a bit. I'm hoping they continue to explore that. Artwork All the artwork is good, but I like Carey Pietsch's (Chapter 25) work better than Ayme Sotuyo's work. It just feels more polished to me


    • Oh man, this comic series managed to lure me back with a tale centering on magical kittens. I cannot handle such adorableness. <3 <3 <3 <3



    • 3 1/2 stars - cute, fun, and entertaining, as Lumberjanes usually is! Not my favorite, as this one didn't really focus on any of the characters and was basically just centered around one wacky, somewhat forgettable adventure. Still an enjoyable graphic novel series I will continue to recommend!


    • Read as single issues. It's been soooo long since I've read this series and I was instantly reminded how fun and pure it is. ALSO MAGICAL KITTENS!!!


    • Well, these continue to be ridiculous fun. A past generation of Lumberjanes comes to inspect the camp. Hijinks ensue.Plus, this one features magical kittens, and (view spoiler)[Barney the newest Lumberjane! (hide spoiler)]Also:"What was that?""A not ominous and totally normal noise?"Snicker.






    • The series found its stride again! There's a plot! All four issues relate to each other! There's kittens!


    • [Read as single issues]The 'Janes are back again, and they're bringing magical kitties with them. That's basically all you need to know about this volume tbh, but there's some other stuff going on too that's worth mentioning.It's mostly the latter half of the story that has all of the developments; the first two issues set up the conflict, and it's become your basic Lumberjanes fare - something magical is going wrong, and the Roanoke Cabin are going to fix it or die trying. But the second two is [...]


    • Full of laughs. Ties back to older volumes that have been left open. But I wish we could keep a consistent art style, preferably one closer to the original style But still. Loved this this volume. It had me literally lol-ing.



    • My favorite part of this series are the badge book intros and this volume cut them from one per issue to only one lame one in the cover gallery???? BOO.



    • (read as single issues)this vol gets FIVE STARS due to INSANELY CUTE MAGICAL KITTENS also gender fluidityboth concepts are very important






    • This series never stops giving me the warm fuzzies and this one includes a whole lot of magical kittens, a scouting lad, and some hardcore older ladies. Cabin bonding as well.



    • I always knew it: rainbows can save lives!Still my favorite comic book series, though not my favorite illustrator this time.




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