Misfit City Vol. 1 (Misfit City #1)

Misfit City Vol. 1 (Misfit City #1)

Nothing?s happened in Wilder?s hometown since they filmed that cult kids? adventure movie there in the 80s...Until one day, she and her friends come upon a centuries-old pirate map! Smothered by her backwater hometown and frustrated by its 1980s cult-movie fame (The Gloomies...have you seen it? It?s a real classic, y?know.), Wilder is pretty sure she?s seen everything Canno Nothing?s happened in Wilder?s hometown since they filmed that cult kids? adventure movie there in ...

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Title:Misfit City Vol. 1 (Misfit City #1)
Author:Kirsten Smith
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1684150272
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:112 pages pages

Misfit City Vol. 1 (Misfit City #1) Reviews

  • Stephanie
    Feb 04, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

    What happens when you live in the town where they filmed The Goonies and you have to deal with fans overrunning your burger shops, libraries and museums desperate for any film lore or souvenir they can find and then you find a treasure map? I actually have no idea, but I can't wait to ...

    I. Need. Moooooooore. ...

    This. Was. Awesome. ...

    This is an obvious homage to action/adventure mystery classics like The Goonies and all in all, it does okay, but not great. I liked the art (it kind of reminds me of Faith Erin Hicks) and the effortless diversity (BOOM does this so well) but the characterization was very thin. I didn'...

    For all the kitschy goings-on of the Pacific Northwest, a treasure hunt featuring another assortment of misaligned youths whose tiny world couldn't possibly get any more boring . . . MISFIT CITY does a fair job of keeping readers invested. The narrative hook isn't remotely original (d...

    AHHHHH AMAZING AMAZING!!! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE!?!? I always loved the Goonies and the fact that this is like a re-telling of the Goonies story but with strong female leads, more diversity, and so much suspense and satisfying treasure-hunting! I love it!! So much fun! ...

    This one was seriously awesome, you guys! I have been waiting months for it! Months! Since July, and it's now January. That's a loooong time to be in book limbo. I was thinking it would be a just Goonies reboot, but with female characters. And I LOVE the Goonies. LOVE it! It's one o...

    So it's Goonies but gender swapped and existing in a city where Goonies was a cultural icon already. Four girls in Cannon Cove find a mysterious treasure map and go on an adventure that is pretty blatantly winking at the reader about it being Goonies, except a little bit not. It's not ...

    I'm in love and need more. I would recommend this to someone who says that they don't know what all the fuss is about graphic novels. It's wonderful in every way: plot, art, character, strong female leads of varying types and races. Plus, there's a sense of mystery and adventure to it....

    Misfit City tries hard to replicate an 80s adventure movie and mostly succeeds. The characters are caricatures, but they're fun and mostly funny. The story revolves around a treasure map, although far more time is spent on sideplots than the barely-fleshed-out central plot. Really, we ...

    A group of girls in a boring town famous only for being the site of the 80's kids film Gloomies (you guessed it, Goonies rip off) find a real treasure map and get chased by baddies. I enjoyed some fun digs on the town (Thar She Bowls Bowling Alley) and I enjoy Dot's character a lot, an...

    adventure! friendship! brilliant art! villainous gothy villains! heartfelt moments! what isn't to love? I love all of the characters and I love basically everything about this and I seriously cannot wait to read the conclusion (there may be a trip to my local comic book store to pick u...

  • Alicia
    Feb 25, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

  • Cathleen
    Feb 02, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

  • Vinton Bayne
    May 19, 2017

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

  • KWinks
    Feb 02, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

    What happens when you live in the town where they filmed The Goonies and you have to deal with fans overrunning your burger shops, libraries and museums desperate for any film lore or souvenir they can find and then you find a treasure map? I actually have no idea, but I can't wait to ...

    I. Need. Moooooooore. ...

    This. Was. Awesome. ...

  • Luna Howard
    Jan 10, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

    What happens when you live in the town where they filmed The Goonies and you have to deal with fans overrunning your burger shops, libraries and museums desperate for any film lore or souvenir they can find and then you find a treasure map? I actually have no idea, but I can't wait to ...

    I. Need. Moooooooore. ...

    This. Was. Awesome. ...

    This is an obvious homage to action/adventure mystery classics like The Goonies and all in all, it does okay, but not great. I liked the art (it kind of reminds me of Faith Erin Hicks) and the effortless diversity (BOOM does this so well) but the characterization was very thin. I didn'...

    For all the kitschy goings-on of the Pacific Northwest, a treasure hunt featuring another assortment of misaligned youths whose tiny world couldn't possibly get any more boring . . . MISFIT CITY does a fair job of keeping readers invested. The narrative hook isn't remotely original (d...

    AHHHHH AMAZING AMAZING!!! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE!?!? I always loved the Goonies and the fact that this is like a re-telling of the Goonies story but with strong female leads, more diversity, and so much suspense and satisfying treasure-hunting! I love it!! So much fun! ...

    This one was seriously awesome, you guys! I have been waiting months for it! Months! Since July, and it's now January. That's a loooong time to be in book limbo. I was thinking it would be a just Goonies reboot, but with female characters. And I LOVE the Goonies. LOVE it! It's one o...

  • Kassandra
    Feb 23, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

    What happens when you live in the town where they filmed The Goonies and you have to deal with fans overrunning your burger shops, libraries and museums desperate for any film lore or souvenir they can find and then you find a treasure map? I actually have no idea, but I can't wait to ...

    I. Need. Moooooooore. ...

    This. Was. Awesome. ...

    This is an obvious homage to action/adventure mystery classics like The Goonies and all in all, it does okay, but not great. I liked the art (it kind of reminds me of Faith Erin Hicks) and the effortless diversity (BOOM does this so well) but the characterization was very thin. I didn'...

    For all the kitschy goings-on of the Pacific Northwest, a treasure hunt featuring another assortment of misaligned youths whose tiny world couldn't possibly get any more boring . . . MISFIT CITY does a fair job of keeping readers invested. The narrative hook isn't remotely original (d...

    AHHHHH AMAZING AMAZING!!! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE!?!? I always loved the Goonies and the fact that this is like a re-telling of the Goonies story but with strong female leads, more diversity, and so much suspense and satisfying treasure-hunting! I love it!! So much fun! ...

    This one was seriously awesome, you guys! I have been waiting months for it! Months! Since July, and it's now January. That's a loooong time to be in book limbo. I was thinking it would be a just Goonies reboot, but with female characters. And I LOVE the Goonies. LOVE it! It's one o...

    So it's Goonies but gender swapped and existing in a city where Goonies was a cultural icon already. Four girls in Cannon Cove find a mysterious treasure map and go on an adventure that is pretty blatantly winking at the reader about it being Goonies, except a little bit not. It's not ...

    I'm in love and need more. I would recommend this to someone who says that they don't know what all the fuss is about graphic novels. It's wonderful in every way: plot, art, character, strong female leads of varying types and races. Plus, there's a sense of mystery and adventure to it....

    Misfit City tries hard to replicate an 80s adventure movie and mostly succeeds. The characters are caricatures, but they're fun and mostly funny. The story revolves around a treasure map, although far more time is spent on sideplots than the barely-fleshed-out central plot. Really, we ...

    A group of girls in a boring town famous only for being the site of the 80's kids film Gloomies (you guessed it, Goonies rip off) find a real treasure map and get chased by baddies. I enjoyed some fun digs on the town (Thar She Bowls Bowling Alley) and I enjoy Dot's character a lot, an...

    adventure! friendship! brilliant art! villainous gothy villains! heartfelt moments! what isn't to love? I love all of the characters and I love basically everything about this and I seriously cannot wait to read the conclusion (there may be a trip to my local comic book store to pick u...

    I loved this! It reminded me of Lumberjanes in a sense that this was about a group of girls who are looking for treasure! There is a lot of reference to the 1980's Goonies movies but in this comic there hometown is where the movie the gloomiest was made! It was an interesting dynamic a...

  • Mia
    May 30, 2017

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

    What happens when you live in the town where they filmed The Goonies and you have to deal with fans overrunning your burger shops, libraries and museums desperate for any film lore or souvenir they can find and then you find a treasure map? I actually have no idea, but I can't wait to ...

  • Emily
    Feb 18, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

  • Dakota Morgan
    Feb 14, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

    What happens when you live in the town where they filmed The Goonies and you have to deal with fans overrunning your burger shops, libraries and museums desperate for any film lore or souvenir they can find and then you find a treasure map? I actually have no idea, but I can't wait to ...

    I. Need. Moooooooore. ...

    This. Was. Awesome. ...

    This is an obvious homage to action/adventure mystery classics like The Goonies and all in all, it does okay, but not great. I liked the art (it kind of reminds me of Faith Erin Hicks) and the effortless diversity (BOOM does this so well) but the characterization was very thin. I didn'...

    For all the kitschy goings-on of the Pacific Northwest, a treasure hunt featuring another assortment of misaligned youths whose tiny world couldn't possibly get any more boring . . . MISFIT CITY does a fair job of keeping readers invested. The narrative hook isn't remotely original (d...

    AHHHHH AMAZING AMAZING!!! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE!?!? I always loved the Goonies and the fact that this is like a re-telling of the Goonies story but with strong female leads, more diversity, and so much suspense and satisfying treasure-hunting! I love it!! So much fun! ...

    This one was seriously awesome, you guys! I have been waiting months for it! Months! Since July, and it's now January. That's a loooong time to be in book limbo. I was thinking it would be a just Goonies reboot, but with female characters. And I LOVE the Goonies. LOVE it! It's one o...

    So it's Goonies but gender swapped and existing in a city where Goonies was a cultural icon already. Four girls in Cannon Cove find a mysterious treasure map and go on an adventure that is pretty blatantly winking at the reader about it being Goonies, except a little bit not. It's not ...

    I'm in love and need more. I would recommend this to someone who says that they don't know what all the fuss is about graphic novels. It's wonderful in every way: plot, art, character, strong female leads of varying types and races. Plus, there's a sense of mystery and adventure to it....

    Misfit City tries hard to replicate an 80s adventure movie and mostly succeeds. The characters are caricatures, but they're fun and mostly funny. The story revolves around a treasure map, although far more time is spent on sideplots than the barely-fleshed-out central plot. Really, we ...

  • Tabor
    Mar 20, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

  • ashley (saidthestory)
    Oct 21, 2017

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

  • Kristin
    Jan 07, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

  • Michelle
    Feb 15, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

    What happens when you live in the town where they filmed The Goonies and you have to deal with fans overrunning your burger shops, libraries and museums desperate for any film lore or souvenir they can find and then you find a treasure map? I actually have no idea, but I can't wait to ...

    I. Need. Moooooooore. ...

    This. Was. Awesome. ...

    This is an obvious homage to action/adventure mystery classics like The Goonies and all in all, it does okay, but not great. I liked the art (it kind of reminds me of Faith Erin Hicks) and the effortless diversity (BOOM does this so well) but the characterization was very thin. I didn'...

  • Allison
    Mar 31, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

  • Rachel
    Mar 29, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

    What happens when you live in the town where they filmed The Goonies and you have to deal with fans overrunning your burger shops, libraries and museums desperate for any film lore or souvenir they can find and then you find a treasure map? I actually have no idea, but I can't wait to ...

    I. Need. Moooooooore. ...

  • Krista Ivy
    Mar 23, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

    What happens when you live in the town where they filmed The Goonies and you have to deal with fans overrunning your burger shops, libraries and museums desperate for any film lore or souvenir they can find and then you find a treasure map? I actually have no idea, but I can't wait to ...

    I. Need. Moooooooore. ...

    This. Was. Awesome. ...

    This is an obvious homage to action/adventure mystery classics like The Goonies and all in all, it does okay, but not great. I liked the art (it kind of reminds me of Faith Erin Hicks) and the effortless diversity (BOOM does this so well) but the characterization was very thin. I didn'...

    For all the kitschy goings-on of the Pacific Northwest, a treasure hunt featuring another assortment of misaligned youths whose tiny world couldn't possibly get any more boring . . . MISFIT CITY does a fair job of keeping readers invested. The narrative hook isn't remotely original (d...

    AHHHHH AMAZING AMAZING!!! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE!?!? I always loved the Goonies and the fact that this is like a re-telling of the Goonies story but with strong female leads, more diversity, and so much suspense and satisfying treasure-hunting! I love it!! So much fun! ...

    This one was seriously awesome, you guys! I have been waiting months for it! Months! Since July, and it's now January. That's a loooong time to be in book limbo. I was thinking it would be a just Goonies reboot, but with female characters. And I LOVE the Goonies. LOVE it! It's one o...

    So it's Goonies but gender swapped and existing in a city where Goonies was a cultural icon already. Four girls in Cannon Cove find a mysterious treasure map and go on an adventure that is pretty blatantly winking at the reader about it being Goonies, except a little bit not. It's not ...

    I'm in love and need more. I would recommend this to someone who says that they don't know what all the fuss is about graphic novels. It's wonderful in every way: plot, art, character, strong female leads of varying types and races. Plus, there's a sense of mystery and adventure to it....

  • Cale
    Feb 14, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

    What happens when you live in the town where they filmed The Goonies and you have to deal with fans overrunning your burger shops, libraries and museums desperate for any film lore or souvenir they can find and then you find a treasure map? I actually have no idea, but I can't wait to ...

    I. Need. Moooooooore. ...

    This. Was. Awesome. ...

    This is an obvious homage to action/adventure mystery classics like The Goonies and all in all, it does okay, but not great. I liked the art (it kind of reminds me of Faith Erin Hicks) and the effortless diversity (BOOM does this so well) but the characterization was very thin. I didn'...

    For all the kitschy goings-on of the Pacific Northwest, a treasure hunt featuring another assortment of misaligned youths whose tiny world couldn't possibly get any more boring . . . MISFIT CITY does a fair job of keeping readers invested. The narrative hook isn't remotely original (d...

    AHHHHH AMAZING AMAZING!!! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE!?!? I always loved the Goonies and the fact that this is like a re-telling of the Goonies story but with strong female leads, more diversity, and so much suspense and satisfying treasure-hunting! I love it!! So much fun! ...

    This one was seriously awesome, you guys! I have been waiting months for it! Months! Since July, and it's now January. That's a loooong time to be in book limbo. I was thinking it would be a just Goonies reboot, but with female characters. And I LOVE the Goonies. LOVE it! It's one o...

    So it's Goonies but gender swapped and existing in a city where Goonies was a cultural icon already. Four girls in Cannon Cove find a mysterious treasure map and go on an adventure that is pretty blatantly winking at the reader about it being Goonies, except a little bit not. It's not ...

  • Jane
    Oct 10, 2017

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

  • Elinor
    Mar 09, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

  • Maddie
    Apr 15, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

  • Artemis
    Oct 14, 2017

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

  • Corinne Wilson
    Feb 03, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

    What happens when you live in the town where they filmed The Goonies and you have to deal with fans overrunning your burger shops, libraries and museums desperate for any film lore or souvenir they can find and then you find a treasure map? I actually have no idea, but I can't wait to ...

    I. Need. Moooooooore. ...

    This. Was. Awesome. ...

    This is an obvious homage to action/adventure mystery classics like The Goonies and all in all, it does okay, but not great. I liked the art (it kind of reminds me of Faith Erin Hicks) and the effortless diversity (BOOM does this so well) but the characterization was very thin. I didn'...

    For all the kitschy goings-on of the Pacific Northwest, a treasure hunt featuring another assortment of misaligned youths whose tiny world couldn't possibly get any more boring . . . MISFIT CITY does a fair job of keeping readers invested. The narrative hook isn't remotely original (d...

    AHHHHH AMAZING AMAZING!!! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE!?!? I always loved the Goonies and the fact that this is like a re-telling of the Goonies story but with strong female leads, more diversity, and so much suspense and satisfying treasure-hunting! I love it!! So much fun! ...

    This one was seriously awesome, you guys! I have been waiting months for it! Months! Since July, and it's now January. That's a loooong time to be in book limbo. I was thinking it would be a just Goonies reboot, but with female characters. And I LOVE the Goonies. LOVE it! It's one o...

    So it's Goonies but gender swapped and existing in a city where Goonies was a cultural icon already. Four girls in Cannon Cove find a mysterious treasure map and go on an adventure that is pretty blatantly winking at the reader about it being Goonies, except a little bit not. It's not ...

    I'm in love and need more. I would recommend this to someone who says that they don't know what all the fuss is about graphic novels. It's wonderful in every way: plot, art, character, strong female leads of varying types and races. Plus, there's a sense of mystery and adventure to it....

    Misfit City tries hard to replicate an 80s adventure movie and mostly succeeds. The characters are caricatures, but they're fun and mostly funny. The story revolves around a treasure map, although far more time is spent on sideplots than the barely-fleshed-out central plot. Really, we ...

    A group of girls in a boring town famous only for being the site of the 80's kids film Gloomies (you guessed it, Goonies rip off) find a real treasure map and get chased by baddies. I enjoyed some fun digs on the town (Thar She Bowls Bowling Alley) and I enjoy Dot's character a lot, an...

  • Rod Brown
    Feb 10, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

  • Aaron
    Feb 14, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

    What happens when you live in the town where they filmed The Goonies and you have to deal with fans overrunning your burger shops, libraries and museums desperate for any film lore or souvenir they can find and then you find a treasure map? I actually have no idea, but I can't wait to ...

    I. Need. Moooooooore. ...

    This. Was. Awesome. ...

    This is an obvious homage to action/adventure mystery classics like The Goonies and all in all, it does okay, but not great. I liked the art (it kind of reminds me of Faith Erin Hicks) and the effortless diversity (BOOM does this so well) but the characterization was very thin. I didn'...

    For all the kitschy goings-on of the Pacific Northwest, a treasure hunt featuring another assortment of misaligned youths whose tiny world couldn't possibly get any more boring . . . MISFIT CITY does a fair job of keeping readers invested. The narrative hook isn't remotely original (d...

  • Eveline
    Feb 12, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

  • Chelsea
    Mar 17, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

  • Tink Magoo is bad at reviews
    Jul 27, 2017

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

  • Marie  Low
    Feb 10, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

    What happens when you live in the town where they filmed The Goonies and you have to deal with fans overrunning your burger shops, libraries and museums desperate for any film lore or souvenir they can find and then you find a treasure map? I actually have no idea, but I can't wait to ...

    I. Need. Moooooooore. ...

    This. Was. Awesome. ...

    This is an obvious homage to action/adventure mystery classics like The Goonies and all in all, it does okay, but not great. I liked the art (it kind of reminds me of Faith Erin Hicks) and the effortless diversity (BOOM does this so well) but the characterization was very thin. I didn'...

    For all the kitschy goings-on of the Pacific Northwest, a treasure hunt featuring another assortment of misaligned youths whose tiny world couldn't possibly get any more boring . . . MISFIT CITY does a fair job of keeping readers invested. The narrative hook isn't remotely original (d...

    AHHHHH AMAZING AMAZING!!! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE!?!? I always loved the Goonies and the fact that this is like a re-telling of the Goonies story but with strong female leads, more diversity, and so much suspense and satisfying treasure-hunting! I love it!! So much fun! ...

  • Jaynie.Hufflepuff
    Feb 12, 2018

    A FEMALE GOONIES RIP OFF?! FUCK YES! I'm all over this like genital warts on a frat boy. After : 4.5 stars There isn't much to dislike here - the kinda Goonies rip off Gloomers references, the art, the all female leads. If I were to come up with a graphic novel this is what...

    It's like Lumberjanes with an older cast. It's like all those 80s, 90s, etc. movies with male groups of friends that you grew up wishing GIRLS HAD. It's like... basically all you could ask for. I do wish the characters had a bit more depth, there are a lot of them and they ...

    This book desperately wants to be a madcap adventure filled with pirates, hidden treasure and quirky female protagonists. The adventure is mild, and the characters really don't consist of much beyond their quirks. It seems more like a book trying to get on a bandwagon (see: Lumberjanes...

    Ahhh this is the CUTEST comic! Here are some things it has: ?a cast full of girls of various races and sizes ?references to a movie that is basically The Goonies ?a dog who plays poker ?a treasure map and A LADY PIRATE ?written by the woman who wrote 10 Things I Hate Abo...

    I loved the art in this but as far as character and plot, it felt like it was trying really hard to be Lumberjanes. The characters, setting, and plot could have been better developed. The action started happening before I felt invested in the characters and cared what happened to them....

    SO CUTE. J'adore, le dessin est très sympa, l'histoire choupie et pleine d'aventure, j'adore j'adore j'adore. ...

    So cute and fun! Loved the setting and the girl gang. I want to watch all the Pirate movies now. ...

    It didn?t knock my socks off, but it was cute enough. I liked the art and the setting, and the characters were diverse and likeable. I was hoping for snappier dialogue, and it was irritating that the book ended on a cliffhanger. Still, I think fans of Lumberjanes would enjoy. ...

    I really liked the art style of this and I adored these characters, but I couldn't quite sink into the story. I definitely will be continuing with this series, though. ...

    This all-girl version of the Goonies is too meta for its own good. The story takes place in the town where the movie "The Gloomies" was filmed and has a similar pirate history and threat of urban development going on. There's also has a hidden treasure that a group of local teens stumb...

    A cute, fun mystery adventure comic. Nothing really deep or surprising about it, but it's an engaging, endearing and thrilling ride nonetheless, filled to the treasure trove brim with interesting female characters. Set in a cove, which was new to me in graphic novel reading, 'Misfi...

    The premise is fun, but it doesn't quite succeed in what it's trying to do -- at least in the view of this reader. I fully expect others will be more forgiving, and I imagine those looking for distraction between Lumberjanes releases will find some satisfaction here. ...

    Wow, this was painfully mediocre. I didn't find anything about this compelling - not plot, not characters, and most certainly not the dialogue, which was extremely weak. Will not be continuing this series. ...

    Scooby gang meets the Goonies. ...

    A Goonies reference wrapped in a Goonies reference covered in everything you love about the Boom! Box imprint of comics. Great first issue. ...

    I don't want to wait for the next trade!!!! aaaaaaaaahhhh ...

    What happens when you live in the town where they filmed The Goonies and you have to deal with fans overrunning your burger shops, libraries and museums desperate for any film lore or souvenir they can find and then you find a treasure map? I actually have no idea, but I can't wait to ...

    I. Need. Moooooooore. ...

    This. Was. Awesome. ...

    This is an obvious homage to action/adventure mystery classics like The Goonies and all in all, it does okay, but not great. I liked the art (it kind of reminds me of Faith Erin Hicks) and the effortless diversity (BOOM does this so well) but the characterization was very thin. I didn'...

    For all the kitschy goings-on of the Pacific Northwest, a treasure hunt featuring another assortment of misaligned youths whose tiny world couldn't possibly get any more boring . . . MISFIT CITY does a fair job of keeping readers invested. The narrative hook isn't remotely original (d...

    AHHHHH AMAZING AMAZING!!! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE!?!? I always loved the Goonies and the fact that this is like a re-telling of the Goonies story but with strong female leads, more diversity, and so much suspense and satisfying treasure-hunting! I love it!! So much fun! ...

    This one was seriously awesome, you guys! I have been waiting months for it! Months! Since July, and it's now January. That's a loooong time to be in book limbo. I was thinking it would be a just Goonies reboot, but with female characters. And I LOVE the Goonies. LOVE it! It's one o...

    So it's Goonies but gender swapped and existing in a city where Goonies was a cultural icon already. Four girls in Cannon Cove find a mysterious treasure map and go on an adventure that is pretty blatantly winking at the reader about it being Goonies, except a little bit not. It's not ...

    I'm in love and need more. I would recommend this to someone who says that they don't know what all the fuss is about graphic novels. It's wonderful in every way: plot, art, character, strong female leads of varying types and races. Plus, there's a sense of mystery and adventure to it....

    Misfit City tries hard to replicate an 80s adventure movie and mostly succeeds. The characters are caricatures, but they're fun and mostly funny. The story revolves around a treasure map, although far more time is spent on sideplots than the barely-fleshed-out central plot. Really, we ...

    A group of girls in a boring town famous only for being the site of the 80's kids film Gloomies (you guessed it, Goonies rip off) find a real treasure map and get chased by baddies. I enjoyed some fun digs on the town (Thar She Bowls Bowling Alley) and I enjoy Dot's character a lot, an...

    adventure! friendship! brilliant art! villainous gothy villains! heartfelt moments! what isn't to love? I love all of the characters and I love basically everything about this and I seriously cannot wait to read the conclusion (there may be a trip to my local comic book store to pick u...

    I loved this! It reminded me of Lumberjanes in a sense that this was about a group of girls who are looking for treasure! There is a lot of reference to the 1980's Goonies movies but in this comic there hometown is where the movie the gloomiest was made! It was an interesting dynamic a...

    A Goonies-esk vibe mystery with a cast of awesome diverse characters AND from the writer of 10 Things I Hate About You, need I say more? It gave me nostalgic vibes from my childhood and I loved the atmosphere of the seaside town and humour spread throughout. I think I?ve found a fav...