The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Volume 5: Like I'm the Only Squirrel in the World

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Volume 5: Like I'm the Only Squirrel in the World

Everyone gets a week-long break from class, and Squirrel Girl is taking Nancy to visit her parents up in Canada! WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG, RIGHT? Turns out, nothing! It's a great trip and nothing of note happens and our story is actually EXTREMELY DULL. Sorry everyone. No, just kidding! Our story is actually SUPER AWESOME and things get real crazy real quick once a cer...

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Title:The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Volume 5: Like I'm the Only Squirrel in the World
Author:Ryan North
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ISBN:1302903284
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:128 pages

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Volume 5: Like I'm the Only Squirrel in the World Reviews

  • Dan
    Jan 12, 2017
    I really love this series. Can I give this 6 stars? The humour is excellent, and it's obvious the writers are very well read and intelligent. This is what all comic books should aspire to....
  • Alex Sarll
    Jan 19, 2017
    Wherein a nice quiet holiday in Canada starts out dull, then turns into a team-up with Ant-Man to save the world from a really obscure old villain who has still somehow managed to seize control of everything except Doreen and co. Plus! The 25th anniversary issue, featuring Doreen's incredibly charmi...
  • Kelly
    May 25, 2017
    There's finally a foe Squirrel Girl can't beat: boredom! Doreen is on vacation with her mom and Nancy in the middle of the Canadian wilderness and SG is bored out of her mind. Lucky for her, someone is trying to take over the world...even the Canadian wilderness. So with Tippy Toe, Nancy, her mom, B...
  • Chris Lemmerman
    Apr 10, 2017
    Squirrel Girl goes to Canada!It's more fun than it sounds. Doreen, Doreen's mum, Nancy, and Tippy Toe team up with the Astonishing Ant-Man to take on a multiplying manipulator that takes over the entire country in three issues instead of a massive event comic! It's a bit long, and I feel like Unbeat...
  • Olivia
    Apr 23, 2017
    This wasn't as enjoyable as volume 4, but it was still good. The storyline of the bad guy that can split up felt rushed sometimes. It was cool to get Ant-Man involved but his involvement didn't feel organic. I'm enjoying Brain Drain as a character too. The tone of SG is just fun. Doreen is thoughtfu...
  • Christopher
    Apr 25, 2017
    More Squirrel Girl!This time she gets to use the square/cube law to defeat Enigmo - never mind that whole huge swaths of the Marvel Universe always ignore the square/cube law because it is inherently anti-pulpy (anything that says you can't make your dog 50 feet high and ride him through town is ant...
  • Maria Kramer
    May 01, 2017
    I love this series so much! Brain Drain the nihilistic brain-in-a-jar-in-a-robot who fights crime! A story from the POV of Nancy's cat Mew! The most creative way to defeat a villain I've ever seen, making use the square-cube law! I laughed out loud, literally. It is so great....
  • Shel
    May 08, 2017
    Squirrel Girl, a vegetarian whose superpower is empathy, remains unbeatable in fun volume 5. Notable: Features issue 15, The Mighty Mewnir, cat protagonistQuotable: "You can also take out our new book from the library! You might think that people in the business of selling books would be against pla...
  • Diz
    May 17, 2017
    Squirrel Girl is a lot of fun to read as usual. In this volume, Ant-man hates Canada, Taskmaster is foiled by house pets, and Hulk is a real jerk. I particularly liked the last issue collected in this volume which shows Squirrel Girl's life growing up. In that story, Doreen Green transforms from a c...
  • Kathleen
    May 15, 2017
    And now for some unadulterated joy!I love Squirrel Girl, guys. So many other comics these days are all grimdark and unhappy and full of Nazis, and Squirrel Girl is just... the opposite of that? Even Ms. Marvel, beloved of my heart, can sometimes get dark, but Squirrel Girl is bright and funny and me...