Rat Queens, Vol. 2: The Far Reaching Tentacles of N'rygoth

Rat Queens, Vol. 2: The Far Reaching Tentacles of N'rygoth

This booze-soaked second volume of RAT QUEENS reveals a growing menace within the very walls of Palisade. And while Dee may have run from her past, the bloated, blood-feasting sky god N?rygoth never really lets his children stray too far. Collects RAT QUEENS #6-10...

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Title:Rat Queens, Vol. 2: The Far Reaching Tentacles of N'rygoth
Author:Kurtis J. Wiebe
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1632150409
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:128 pages pages

Rat Queens, Vol. 2: The Far Reaching Tentacles of N'rygoth Reviews

  • Patrick
    Sep 22, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

  • Shelby *trains flying monkeys*
    Feb 01, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

  • Jokoloyo
    Aug 16, 2017

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

  • Shannon
    May 21, 2016

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

    So, as many of you probably know by now, the art of this series changed during the making of this volume due to the arrest of the old illustrator for domestic abuse. And I think Wiebe (the writer and creator of the series) sums it up pretty well. "This is a difficult and upsettin...

    All the feels. Exciting plot, fun art, women doing all the things. Badass. <3 ...

    Sigh. I just LOVE the Rat Queens. This one is a bit more chaotic than the first (if that is possible) with someone wearing a mask that channels a powerful tentacle deity (or three). So the Rat Queens of course have to save the day in between all their crazy shenanigans. We get a...

    Loved it. Still, I found some transitional between panels/pages confusing but overall, I fucking loved this. I liked how we learned more about the queens and this storyline was pretty good. ...

    What is Rat Queens? Rat Queens is a gender-swapped Lord of the Rings, if Tolkien had dropped f-bombs instead of elven poetry. Rat Queens is coming home after a night of partying with your girlfriends and playing Dungeons & Dragons. Rat Queens is a NSFW Discworld novel. The serie...

    Not as funny as the first volume but still super entertaining. I actually think I liked it better than the first. And hey, Gary helped. Random, but - trypophobia alert! (view spoiler)[Old Lady Bernadette's eyeholes creeped me out! Kind of reminded me of the Weavess from T...

  • Melanie
    Mar 29, 2016

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

  • Ashley Brooks
    May 09, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

    So, as many of you probably know by now, the art of this series changed during the making of this volume due to the arrest of the old illustrator for domestic abuse. And I think Wiebe (the writer and creator of the series) sums it up pretty well. "This is a difficult and upsettin...

    All the feels. Exciting plot, fun art, women doing all the things. Badass. <3 ...

    Sigh. I just LOVE the Rat Queens. This one is a bit more chaotic than the first (if that is possible) with someone wearing a mask that channels a powerful tentacle deity (or three). So the Rat Queens of course have to save the day in between all their crazy shenanigans. We get a...

    Loved it. Still, I found some transitional between panels/pages confusing but overall, I fucking loved this. I liked how we learned more about the queens and this storyline was pretty good. ...

    What is Rat Queens? Rat Queens is a gender-swapped Lord of the Rings, if Tolkien had dropped f-bombs instead of elven poetry. Rat Queens is coming home after a night of partying with your girlfriends and playing Dungeons & Dragons. Rat Queens is a NSFW Discworld novel. The serie...

    Not as funny as the first volume but still super entertaining. I actually think I liked it better than the first. And hey, Gary helped. Random, but - trypophobia alert! (view spoiler)[Old Lady Bernadette's eyeholes creeped me out! Kind of reminded me of the Weavess from T...

    Revenge is coming in a supernatural sort of way. The Far Reaching Tentacles of N'Rygoth just wasn't a hit for me. The nudity was increased and believe it or not seeing a nude penis drawing wasn't on my list of things to do today. The comedy wasn't quite there either although there w...

    *4.5 actual rating* This ladies are so much fun - I liked getting more backstories and learning more about them. I didn't love this one quite as much as the first though! Can't wait for more volumes :) ...

    Disappointed by this installment. The art changed halfway through and the plot was confusing. ...

    Reviews for Rat Queens 1-3 & Outcast Vol. 1 here on my blog- http://angelerin.blogspot.com/2016/05... Hannah, Hannah, Hannah...oh how I love her sarcasm and sass! I am so glad that after I finished the first volume I immediately went out and bought volumes 2&3. #BackToTheB...

    4.5! I am so in love with this series. I liked seeing more character development in this volume but the first volume just grabbed me more! ...

  • Kat O'Keeffe
    Aug 23, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

  • Mitticus
    May 08, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

    So, as many of you probably know by now, the art of this series changed during the making of this volume due to the arrest of the old illustrator for domestic abuse. And I think Wiebe (the writer and creator of the series) sums it up pretty well. "This is a difficult and upsettin...

    All the feels. Exciting plot, fun art, women doing all the things. Badass. <3 ...

    Sigh. I just LOVE the Rat Queens. This one is a bit more chaotic than the first (if that is possible) with someone wearing a mask that channels a powerful tentacle deity (or three). So the Rat Queens of course have to save the day in between all their crazy shenanigans. We get a...

    Loved it. Still, I found some transitional between panels/pages confusing but overall, I fucking loved this. I liked how we learned more about the queens and this storyline was pretty good. ...

    What is Rat Queens? Rat Queens is a gender-swapped Lord of the Rings, if Tolkien had dropped f-bombs instead of elven poetry. Rat Queens is coming home after a night of partying with your girlfriends and playing Dungeons & Dragons. Rat Queens is a NSFW Discworld novel. The serie...

    Not as funny as the first volume but still super entertaining. I actually think I liked it better than the first. And hey, Gary helped. Random, but - trypophobia alert! (view spoiler)[Old Lady Bernadette's eyeholes creeped me out! Kind of reminded me of the Weavess from T...

    Revenge is coming in a supernatural sort of way. The Far Reaching Tentacles of N'Rygoth just wasn't a hit for me. The nudity was increased and believe it or not seeing a nude penis drawing wasn't on my list of things to do today. The comedy wasn't quite there either although there w...

    *4.5 actual rating* This ladies are so much fun - I liked getting more backstories and learning more about them. I didn't love this one quite as much as the first though! Can't wait for more volumes :) ...

    Disappointed by this installment. The art changed halfway through and the plot was confusing. ...

    Reviews for Rat Queens 1-3 & Outcast Vol. 1 here on my blog- http://angelerin.blogspot.com/2016/05... Hannah, Hannah, Hannah...oh how I love her sarcasm and sass! I am so glad that after I finished the first volume I immediately went out and bought volumes 2&3. #BackToTheB...

    4.5! I am so in love with this series. I liked seeing more character development in this volume but the first volume just grabbed me more! ...

    3.5 stars ...

    4.5 bloody stars Don't you know your mythology, girl? Rats are the harbingers of impeding destruction. And the adventure continue with Hannah, Dee, Vi and Betty, not your average heroines in a fantasy world on crack. They are multicultural, multi-sized and multi-shaped, a...

  • Sesana
    Jan 30, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

  • Sam Quixote
    Apr 18, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

  • Erin Dunn
    Apr 23, 2016

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

    So, as many of you probably know by now, the art of this series changed during the making of this volume due to the arrest of the old illustrator for domestic abuse. And I think Wiebe (the writer and creator of the series) sums it up pretty well. "This is a difficult and upsettin...

    All the feels. Exciting plot, fun art, women doing all the things. Badass. <3 ...

    Sigh. I just LOVE the Rat Queens. This one is a bit more chaotic than the first (if that is possible) with someone wearing a mask that channels a powerful tentacle deity (or three). So the Rat Queens of course have to save the day in between all their crazy shenanigans. We get a...

    Loved it. Still, I found some transitional between panels/pages confusing but overall, I fucking loved this. I liked how we learned more about the queens and this storyline was pretty good. ...

    What is Rat Queens? Rat Queens is a gender-swapped Lord of the Rings, if Tolkien had dropped f-bombs instead of elven poetry. Rat Queens is coming home after a night of partying with your girlfriends and playing Dungeons & Dragons. Rat Queens is a NSFW Discworld novel. The serie...

    Not as funny as the first volume but still super entertaining. I actually think I liked it better than the first. And hey, Gary helped. Random, but - trypophobia alert! (view spoiler)[Old Lady Bernadette's eyeholes creeped me out! Kind of reminded me of the Weavess from T...

    Revenge is coming in a supernatural sort of way. The Far Reaching Tentacles of N'Rygoth just wasn't a hit for me. The nudity was increased and believe it or not seeing a nude penis drawing wasn't on my list of things to do today. The comedy wasn't quite there either although there w...

    *4.5 actual rating* This ladies are so much fun - I liked getting more backstories and learning more about them. I didn't love this one quite as much as the first though! Can't wait for more volumes :) ...

    Disappointed by this installment. The art changed halfway through and the plot was confusing. ...

    Reviews for Rat Queens 1-3 & Outcast Vol. 1 here on my blog- http://angelerin.blogspot.com/2016/05... Hannah, Hannah, Hannah...oh how I love her sarcasm and sass! I am so glad that after I finished the first volume I immediately went out and bought volumes 2&3. #BackToTheB...

  • Rebecca
    May 21, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

  • ✘✘ Sarah ✘✘ (former Nefarious Breeder of Murderous Crustaceans)
    Feb 03, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

  • Elizabeth
    May 19, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

    So, as many of you probably know by now, the art of this series changed during the making of this volume due to the arrest of the old illustrator for domestic abuse. And I think Wiebe (the writer and creator of the series) sums it up pretty well. "This is a difficult and upsettin...

    All the feels. Exciting plot, fun art, women doing all the things. Badass. <3 ...

  • Paige (Enchantology)
    Jan 09, 2017

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

    So, as many of you probably know by now, the art of this series changed during the making of this volume due to the arrest of the old illustrator for domestic abuse. And I think Wiebe (the writer and creator of the series) sums it up pretty well. "This is a difficult and upsettin...

    All the feels. Exciting plot, fun art, women doing all the things. Badass. <3 ...

    Sigh. I just LOVE the Rat Queens. This one is a bit more chaotic than the first (if that is possible) with someone wearing a mask that channels a powerful tentacle deity (or three). So the Rat Queens of course have to save the day in between all their crazy shenanigans. We get a...

    Loved it. Still, I found some transitional between panels/pages confusing but overall, I fucking loved this. I liked how we learned more about the queens and this storyline was pretty good. ...

    What is Rat Queens? Rat Queens is a gender-swapped Lord of the Rings, if Tolkien had dropped f-bombs instead of elven poetry. Rat Queens is coming home after a night of partying with your girlfriends and playing Dungeons & Dragons. Rat Queens is a NSFW Discworld novel. The serie...

    Not as funny as the first volume but still super entertaining. I actually think I liked it better than the first. And hey, Gary helped. Random, but - trypophobia alert! (view spoiler)[Old Lady Bernadette's eyeholes creeped me out! Kind of reminded me of the Weavess from T...

    Revenge is coming in a supernatural sort of way. The Far Reaching Tentacles of N'Rygoth just wasn't a hit for me. The nudity was increased and believe it or not seeing a nude penis drawing wasn't on my list of things to do today. The comedy wasn't quite there either although there w...

    *4.5 actual rating* This ladies are so much fun - I liked getting more backstories and learning more about them. I didn't love this one quite as much as the first though! Can't wait for more volumes :) ...

    Disappointed by this installment. The art changed halfway through and the plot was confusing. ...

    Reviews for Rat Queens 1-3 & Outcast Vol. 1 here on my blog- http://angelerin.blogspot.com/2016/05... Hannah, Hannah, Hannah...oh how I love her sarcasm and sass! I am so glad that after I finished the first volume I immediately went out and bought volumes 2&3. #BackToTheB...

    4.5! I am so in love with this series. I liked seeing more character development in this volume but the first volume just grabbed me more! ...

    3.5 stars ...

  • Rob
    Oct 21, 2014

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

    So, as many of you probably know by now, the art of this series changed during the making of this volume due to the arrest of the old illustrator for domestic abuse. And I think Wiebe (the writer and creator of the series) sums it up pretty well. "This is a difficult and upsettin...

    All the feels. Exciting plot, fun art, women doing all the things. Badass. <3 ...

    Sigh. I just LOVE the Rat Queens. This one is a bit more chaotic than the first (if that is possible) with someone wearing a mask that channels a powerful tentacle deity (or three). So the Rat Queens of course have to save the day in between all their crazy shenanigans. We get a...

    Loved it. Still, I found some transitional between panels/pages confusing but overall, I fucking loved this. I liked how we learned more about the queens and this storyline was pretty good. ...

    What is Rat Queens? Rat Queens is a gender-swapped Lord of the Rings, if Tolkien had dropped f-bombs instead of elven poetry. Rat Queens is coming home after a night of partying with your girlfriends and playing Dungeons & Dragons. Rat Queens is a NSFW Discworld novel. The serie...

    Not as funny as the first volume but still super entertaining. I actually think I liked it better than the first. And hey, Gary helped. Random, but - trypophobia alert! (view spoiler)[Old Lady Bernadette's eyeholes creeped me out! Kind of reminded me of the Weavess from T...

    Revenge is coming in a supernatural sort of way. The Far Reaching Tentacles of N'Rygoth just wasn't a hit for me. The nudity was increased and believe it or not seeing a nude penis drawing wasn't on my list of things to do today. The comedy wasn't quite there either although there w...

    *4.5 actual rating* This ladies are so much fun - I liked getting more backstories and learning more about them. I didn't love this one quite as much as the first though! Can't wait for more volumes :) ...

    Disappointed by this installment. The art changed halfway through and the plot was confusing. ...

    Reviews for Rat Queens 1-3 & Outcast Vol. 1 here on my blog- http://angelerin.blogspot.com/2016/05... Hannah, Hannah, Hannah...oh how I love her sarcasm and sass! I am so glad that after I finished the first volume I immediately went out and bought volumes 2&3. #BackToTheB...

    4.5! I am so in love with this series. I liked seeing more character development in this volume but the first volume just grabbed me more! ...

    3.5 stars ...

    4.5 bloody stars Don't you know your mythology, girl? Rats are the harbingers of impeding destruction. And the adventure continue with Hannah, Dee, Vi and Betty, not your average heroines in a fantasy world on crack. They are multicultural, multi-sized and multi-shaped, a...

    Story Maybe not quite as good as the first volume, but awfully close! Everyone should read Rat Queens. This is especially true for any D&D/RPG players out there. The story is excellent, the humor is hilarious, the action is fun and the characters are memorable. This is true n...

  • Shannon (leaninglights)
    Jul 25, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

    So, as many of you probably know by now, the art of this series changed during the making of this volume due to the arrest of the old illustrator for domestic abuse. And I think Wiebe (the writer and creator of the series) sums it up pretty well. "This is a difficult and upsettin...

    All the feels. Exciting plot, fun art, women doing all the things. Badass. <3 ...

    Sigh. I just LOVE the Rat Queens. This one is a bit more chaotic than the first (if that is possible) with someone wearing a mask that channels a powerful tentacle deity (or three). So the Rat Queens of course have to save the day in between all their crazy shenanigans. We get a...

    Loved it. Still, I found some transitional between panels/pages confusing but overall, I fucking loved this. I liked how we learned more about the queens and this storyline was pretty good. ...

    What is Rat Queens? Rat Queens is a gender-swapped Lord of the Rings, if Tolkien had dropped f-bombs instead of elven poetry. Rat Queens is coming home after a night of partying with your girlfriends and playing Dungeons & Dragons. Rat Queens is a NSFW Discworld novel. The serie...

    Not as funny as the first volume but still super entertaining. I actually think I liked it better than the first. And hey, Gary helped. Random, but - trypophobia alert! (view spoiler)[Old Lady Bernadette's eyeholes creeped me out! Kind of reminded me of the Weavess from T...

    Revenge is coming in a supernatural sort of way. The Far Reaching Tentacles of N'Rygoth just wasn't a hit for me. The nudity was increased and believe it or not seeing a nude penis drawing wasn't on my list of things to do today. The comedy wasn't quite there either although there w...

    *4.5 actual rating* This ladies are so much fun - I liked getting more backstories and learning more about them. I didn't love this one quite as much as the first though! Can't wait for more volumes :) ...

  • Karlyflower *The Vampire Ninja, Luminescent Monster & Wendigo Nerd Goddess of Canada (according to The Hulk)*
    Jun 09, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

  • Alexa
    Jan 06, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

    So, as many of you probably know by now, the art of this series changed during the making of this volume due to the arrest of the old illustrator for domestic abuse. And I think Wiebe (the writer and creator of the series) sums it up pretty well. "This is a difficult and upsettin...

  • Sarah Churchill
    May 19, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

  • Sean Gibson
    Mar 20, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

  • Lainey
    Jul 13, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

    So, as many of you probably know by now, the art of this series changed during the making of this volume due to the arrest of the old illustrator for domestic abuse. And I think Wiebe (the writer and creator of the series) sums it up pretty well. "This is a difficult and upsettin...

    All the feels. Exciting plot, fun art, women doing all the things. Badass. <3 ...

    Sigh. I just LOVE the Rat Queens. This one is a bit more chaotic than the first (if that is possible) with someone wearing a mask that channels a powerful tentacle deity (or three). So the Rat Queens of course have to save the day in between all their crazy shenanigans. We get a...

    Loved it. Still, I found some transitional between panels/pages confusing but overall, I fucking loved this. I liked how we learned more about the queens and this storyline was pretty good. ...

  • Terence
    Dec 10, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

    So, as many of you probably know by now, the art of this series changed during the making of this volume due to the arrest of the old illustrator for domestic abuse. And I think Wiebe (the writer and creator of the series) sums it up pretty well. "This is a difficult and upsettin...

    All the feels. Exciting plot, fun art, women doing all the things. Badass. <3 ...

    Sigh. I just LOVE the Rat Queens. This one is a bit more chaotic than the first (if that is possible) with someone wearing a mask that channels a powerful tentacle deity (or three). So the Rat Queens of course have to save the day in between all their crazy shenanigans. We get a...

    Loved it. Still, I found some transitional between panels/pages confusing but overall, I fucking loved this. I liked how we learned more about the queens and this storyline was pretty good. ...

    What is Rat Queens? Rat Queens is a gender-swapped Lord of the Rings, if Tolkien had dropped f-bombs instead of elven poetry. Rat Queens is coming home after a night of partying with your girlfriends and playing Dungeons & Dragons. Rat Queens is a NSFW Discworld novel. The serie...

    Not as funny as the first volume but still super entertaining. I actually think I liked it better than the first. And hey, Gary helped. Random, but - trypophobia alert! (view spoiler)[Old Lady Bernadette's eyeholes creeped me out! Kind of reminded me of the Weavess from T...

    Revenge is coming in a supernatural sort of way. The Far Reaching Tentacles of N'Rygoth just wasn't a hit for me. The nudity was increased and believe it or not seeing a nude penis drawing wasn't on my list of things to do today. The comedy wasn't quite there either although there w...

  • Nat
    Mar 20, 2016

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

  • Carmen
    Aug 29, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

  • Norah Una Sumner
    Mar 09, 2016

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

  • Book Riot Community
    Jun 25, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

    So, as many of you probably know by now, the art of this series changed during the making of this volume due to the arrest of the old illustrator for domestic abuse. And I think Wiebe (the writer and creator of the series) sums it up pretty well. "This is a difficult and upsettin...

    All the feels. Exciting plot, fun art, women doing all the things. Badass. <3 ...

    Sigh. I just LOVE the Rat Queens. This one is a bit more chaotic than the first (if that is possible) with someone wearing a mask that channels a powerful tentacle deity (or three). So the Rat Queens of course have to save the day in between all their crazy shenanigans. We get a...

    Loved it. Still, I found some transitional between panels/pages confusing but overall, I fucking loved this. I liked how we learned more about the queens and this storyline was pretty good. ...

    What is Rat Queens? Rat Queens is a gender-swapped Lord of the Rings, if Tolkien had dropped f-bombs instead of elven poetry. Rat Queens is coming home after a night of partying with your girlfriends and playing Dungeons & Dragons. Rat Queens is a NSFW Discworld novel. The serie...

  • ☆☽Erica☾☆
    Mar 27, 2016

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

    So, as many of you probably know by now, the art of this series changed during the making of this volume due to the arrest of the old illustrator for domestic abuse. And I think Wiebe (the writer and creator of the series) sums it up pretty well. "This is a difficult and upsettin...

    All the feels. Exciting plot, fun art, women doing all the things. Badass. <3 ...

    Sigh. I just LOVE the Rat Queens. This one is a bit more chaotic than the first (if that is possible) with someone wearing a mask that channels a powerful tentacle deity (or three). So the Rat Queens of course have to save the day in between all their crazy shenanigans. We get a...

    Loved it. Still, I found some transitional between panels/pages confusing but overall, I fucking loved this. I liked how we learned more about the queens and this storyline was pretty good. ...

    What is Rat Queens? Rat Queens is a gender-swapped Lord of the Rings, if Tolkien had dropped f-bombs instead of elven poetry. Rat Queens is coming home after a night of partying with your girlfriends and playing Dungeons & Dragons. Rat Queens is a NSFW Discworld novel. The serie...

    Not as funny as the first volume but still super entertaining. I actually think I liked it better than the first. And hey, Gary helped. Random, but - trypophobia alert! (view spoiler)[Old Lady Bernadette's eyeholes creeped me out! Kind of reminded me of the Weavess from T...

    Revenge is coming in a supernatural sort of way. The Far Reaching Tentacles of N'Rygoth just wasn't a hit for me. The nudity was increased and believe it or not seeing a nude penis drawing wasn't on my list of things to do today. The comedy wasn't quite there either although there w...

    *4.5 actual rating* This ladies are so much fun - I liked getting more backstories and learning more about them. I didn't love this one quite as much as the first though! Can't wait for more volumes :) ...

    Disappointed by this installment. The art changed halfway through and the plot was confusing. ...

  • HFK
    Feb 15, 2016

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

  • Sh3llraiser
    Feb 03, 2015

    More like 4.5 stars. Really enjoying this series! It just keeps getting better and better! ...

    If anything, I liked the second volume of Rat Queens even more than the first. (Something that is rarely the case.) It focuses more on the backstories of the characters without sacrificing the fun and action of the first book, and features art from one of my favorite artists: Stjep...

    This volume opens after a party. Major party. Lots of smexy times happening. Once they get up and get over being pissed about who they hooked up with they begin our story. This one could be a tad confusing if it's been awhile, and it had for me, since you've read the first book...

    I really appreciated that this volume gave me more backstory, which was my main criticism about volume 1. But I didn't love this one quite as much as the first. I can?t point to what exactly I didn?t like?maybe Dee didn?t show up enough times for me? I just found mysel...

    ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol 1: ? My reaction after reading Rat Queens, vol. 2: ? I'm in mourning right now. I loved volume 1. LOVED it. I fangirled over it like a damn 15-year-old. The release date for volume 2 kept being pushed back and I couldn...

    I think it's fair to actually call this 4.5 Stars. Oh, Rat Queens...what can I say about you? Betty--It's like Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame has become a lady, aged but not grown, and transformed into a drug-crazed sexual omnivore. But a sweet one. Hannah--Well, I know sh...

    At first the Rat Queens was such a fresh and very much needed breeze with its strong female characters, the extraordinary wit, the boozing, the drugging, the sexy times, the attitude and the positive feminism that surrounded its core. Sadly, the second volume did show me this was just ...

    Direct continuation of Volume 1. I recommend to read Vol. 1 and Vol 2. in one go. The setting is at the same city and using the same recurring characters. I cannot say much without spoiler. Let's say there are more inner struggles on volume 2 than previous volume. There are gli...

    Read my review of Rat Queens, Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery if you want a run-down on the plot. Long story short: four kickass females (a smidgen, a dwarf, an elf, and a Cthulu priestess) form an adventuring group. Crazy stuff happens. It's SUPER-AWESOME. And Orc Dave is in this!...

    There's seriously nothing I don't love about this series. The characters, the sass, the storylines and the world... all of it! In volume 1 I fell in love with the characters, this time around we got an interesting development to the story along with the backstory of two of them. These ...

    Bilford Bogin, it?s been a while since Rat Queens Volume 1! The Queens are back and thank gods they haven?t changed. The book opens the morning after a heavy night out. They?ve got hangovers, some are embarrassed over who they hooked up with, and one of the statue?s in Pali...

    Read this review and more on my blog In a nutshell: Another fun volume in this awesome graphic novel series! I love Rat Queens and it's one of my favourite graphic novels of 2015, along with Ms. Marvel. I read the first issue of this volume when it came out digitally, but it's de...

    I want to marry these girls. The story is so,so,so good and I enjoyed every minute of it. Loved the action scenes and loved that we got to see more of Rat Queens' childhood. And it's amazing that we got to see a bit of Hannah's body insecurity. She's an awesome lady and she deserve...

    Vol. 1: Sass & Sorcery ????? Bilford Bogin! It's with a heavy heart that I must inform you that Rat Queens, Vol. 2 did not live up to Vol. 1. The magical D&D vibe was missing. There wasn't nearly enough Betty for my liking. Two of the chapters felt so much like fil...

    Character History?. Character histories E?rywhere! Rat Queens, Volume 2 jumps around between present day and history quite a bit. When a ghost from Dee?s past shows up on our band of misfits front door this issue launches into the histories of how these ladies got to be th...

    (Received from Netgalley for review.) It's been a long time since the first volume of Rat Queens. That's for a good reason, which I won't really get into here. Long and short is that Wiebe elected to change artists, from Upchurch to Sejic, for a really really good reason. The result...

    So, as many of you probably know by now, the art of this series changed during the making of this volume due to the arrest of the old illustrator for domestic abuse. And I think Wiebe (the writer and creator of the series) sums it up pretty well. "This is a difficult and upsettin...

    All the feels. Exciting plot, fun art, women doing all the things. Badass. <3 ...

    Sigh. I just LOVE the Rat Queens. This one is a bit more chaotic than the first (if that is possible) with someone wearing a mask that channels a powerful tentacle deity (or three). So the Rat Queens of course have to save the day in between all their crazy shenanigans. We get a...