The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 7: I've Been Waiting for a Squirrel Like You (The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #7)

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 7: I've Been Waiting for a Squirrel Like You (The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #7)

Squirrel Girl goes savage! When Doreen Green and Nancy Whitehead enter a mysterious programming competition, they don't suspect that the prize for winners will be an all-expenses-paid trip to...the Savage Land! Will Squirrel Girl fight a dinosaur? Will Squirrel Girl fight two dinosaurs?! Will we come up with really excellent reasons why these fights would take place, reaso Squirrel Girl goes savage! When Doreen Green and Nancy Whitehead enter a mysterious programming competition, they don't s...

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Title:The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 7: I've Been Waiting for a Squirrel Like You (The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #7)
Author:Ryan North
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:128 pages pages

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 7: I've Been Waiting for a Squirrel Like You (The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #7) Reviews

  • Tim
    Feb 28, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

  • Renata
    Nov 13, 2017

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

    85/100 Yet another stellar entry in the Ryan North/Erica Henderson Squirrel Girl run. The Savage World story arc joins the Canadian vacation, Galactus and time travel arcs as one of the best. I still think the time travel one is tops, but this one's great. Do I need to start coll...

    Doreen and Nancy win a coding contest, and so they get to travel to the Savage Land and meet coders from all over the world. Friendships are made, dinosaurs are awesome, and robots are fought. All in all, a perfect comic book, with the extra jokes this title is known for. I highly ...

    This was a lot of fun - I'm going to have to see if my library has any of the other graphic novels. My only complaint would be that the text at the bottom of each page was a bit tiny and faint for my aging eyes. I'm still chuckling quietly at Antonio the dinosaur-loving Doombot. ...

    Thus one was jam-packed full of fun. And also dinosaurs! The main storyline delightfully deflected Civil War 2 (we?re ignoring your silly event, Marvel, because we have dinosaurs to save! Priorities!) And because the main storyline was so much fun, I even forgave the charity filler i...

    The longer the series goes on the more (unsurprisingly) it feels like North is really struggling to put together plot ideas. But the cast is great, so as long as there are still multiple jokes per issue that make me laugh, I'll keep reading. ...

    (read as single issues) Squirrel Girl + Dinosaurs + Doombots = yessss also it looks like this trade will include the standalone "zine" issue which was AMAZING, 5 Stars for Brain Drain's inspirational zine alone ...

  • jennifer
    Mar 14, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

  • Christopher
    May 07, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

  • Ma'Belle
    Mar 26, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

  • Kathleen
    May 25, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

    85/100 Yet another stellar entry in the Ryan North/Erica Henderson Squirrel Girl run. The Savage World story arc joins the Canadian vacation, Galactus and time travel arcs as one of the best. I still think the time travel one is tops, but this one's great. Do I need to start coll...

    Doreen and Nancy win a coding contest, and so they get to travel to the Savage Land and meet coders from all over the world. Friendships are made, dinosaurs are awesome, and robots are fought. All in all, a perfect comic book, with the extra jokes this title is known for. I highly ...

  • Stephanie
    Mar 17, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

  • Rachel
    May 09, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

    85/100 Yet another stellar entry in the Ryan North/Erica Henderson Squirrel Girl run. The Savage World story arc joins the Canadian vacation, Galactus and time travel arcs as one of the best. I still think the time travel one is tops, but this one's great. Do I need to start coll...

    Doreen and Nancy win a coding contest, and so they get to travel to the Savage Land and meet coders from all over the world. Friendships are made, dinosaurs are awesome, and robots are fought. All in all, a perfect comic book, with the extra jokes this title is known for. I highly ...

    This was a lot of fun - I'm going to have to see if my library has any of the other graphic novels. My only complaint would be that the text at the bottom of each page was a bit tiny and faint for my aging eyes. I'm still chuckling quietly at Antonio the dinosaur-loving Doombot. ...

    Thus one was jam-packed full of fun. And also dinosaurs! The main storyline delightfully deflected Civil War 2 (we?re ignoring your silly event, Marvel, because we have dinosaurs to save! Priorities!) And because the main storyline was so much fun, I even forgave the charity filler i...

    The longer the series goes on the more (unsurprisingly) it feels like North is really struggling to put together plot ideas. But the cast is great, so as long as there are still multiple jokes per issue that make me laugh, I'll keep reading. ...

    (read as single issues) Squirrel Girl + Dinosaurs + Doombots = yessss also it looks like this trade will include the standalone "zine" issue which was AMAZING, 5 Stars for Brain Drain's inspirational zine alone ...

    Squirrel Girl, Ms Marvel, and Gwenpoole are easily my favorite things happening in marvel comics right now. Every time I read one of these they continue to make me laugh. Ultron as a Dinosaur? Literally laughed through that whole issue. A whole Garfield style strip about Galactus? Dyin...

    Great read. I love that Doreen and Nancy go to Savage Land and use computer programming to save the world! ...

    Another hilarious, quirky fun filled volume of my favorite comic series. The zine issue was spectacular! Kraven is great and as always I laughed and smiled throughout the whole thing. ...

    Dinosaurs. Robots. Robot Dinosaurs. This volume has everything! ...

    Perhaps my favorite Squirrel Girl to date...it's interesting to see how they got her away from the darkness of Secret Empire. And dinosaurs. ...

    Dinosaurs!!! ...

  • Nathan Sizemore
    Mar 24, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

    85/100 Yet another stellar entry in the Ryan North/Erica Henderson Squirrel Girl run. The Savage World story arc joins the Canadian vacation, Galactus and time travel arcs as one of the best. I still think the time travel one is tops, but this one's great. Do I need to start coll...

  • Daniel Butcher
    May 06, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

    85/100 Yet another stellar entry in the Ryan North/Erica Henderson Squirrel Girl run. The Savage World story arc joins the Canadian vacation, Galactus and time travel arcs as one of the best. I still think the time travel one is tops, but this one's great. Do I need to start coll...

    Doreen and Nancy win a coding contest, and so they get to travel to the Savage Land and meet coders from all over the world. Friendships are made, dinosaurs are awesome, and robots are fought. All in all, a perfect comic book, with the extra jokes this title is known for. I highly ...

    This was a lot of fun - I'm going to have to see if my library has any of the other graphic novels. My only complaint would be that the text at the bottom of each page was a bit tiny and faint for my aging eyes. I'm still chuckling quietly at Antonio the dinosaur-loving Doombot. ...

    Thus one was jam-packed full of fun. And also dinosaurs! The main storyline delightfully deflected Civil War 2 (we?re ignoring your silly event, Marvel, because we have dinosaurs to save! Priorities!) And because the main storyline was so much fun, I even forgave the charity filler i...

    The longer the series goes on the more (unsurprisingly) it feels like North is really struggling to put together plot ideas. But the cast is great, so as long as there are still multiple jokes per issue that make me laugh, I'll keep reading. ...

    (read as single issues) Squirrel Girl + Dinosaurs + Doombots = yessss also it looks like this trade will include the standalone "zine" issue which was AMAZING, 5 Stars for Brain Drain's inspirational zine alone ...

    Squirrel Girl, Ms Marvel, and Gwenpoole are easily my favorite things happening in marvel comics right now. Every time I read one of these they continue to make me laugh. Ultron as a Dinosaur? Literally laughed through that whole issue. A whole Garfield style strip about Galactus? Dyin...

    Great read. I love that Doreen and Nancy go to Savage Land and use computer programming to save the world! ...

    Another hilarious, quirky fun filled volume of my favorite comic series. The zine issue was spectacular! Kraven is great and as always I laughed and smiled throughout the whole thing. ...

    Dinosaurs. Robots. Robot Dinosaurs. This volume has everything! ...

    Perhaps my favorite Squirrel Girl to date...it's interesting to see how they got her away from the darkness of Secret Empire. And dinosaurs. ...

  • Alex
    Apr 22, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

    85/100 Yet another stellar entry in the Ryan North/Erica Henderson Squirrel Girl run. The Savage World story arc joins the Canadian vacation, Galactus and time travel arcs as one of the best. I still think the time travel one is tops, but this one's great. Do I need to start coll...

    Doreen and Nancy win a coding contest, and so they get to travel to the Savage Land and meet coders from all over the world. Friendships are made, dinosaurs are awesome, and robots are fought. All in all, a perfect comic book, with the extra jokes this title is known for. I highly ...

    This was a lot of fun - I'm going to have to see if my library has any of the other graphic novels. My only complaint would be that the text at the bottom of each page was a bit tiny and faint for my aging eyes. I'm still chuckling quietly at Antonio the dinosaur-loving Doombot. ...

    Thus one was jam-packed full of fun. And also dinosaurs! The main storyline delightfully deflected Civil War 2 (we?re ignoring your silly event, Marvel, because we have dinosaurs to save! Priorities!) And because the main storyline was so much fun, I even forgave the charity filler i...

  • Elizabeth
    Apr 03, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

  • Caitlin
    Apr 01, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

    85/100 Yet another stellar entry in the Ryan North/Erica Henderson Squirrel Girl run. The Savage World story arc joins the Canadian vacation, Galactus and time travel arcs as one of the best. I still think the time travel one is tops, but this one's great. Do I need to start coll...

    Doreen and Nancy win a coding contest, and so they get to travel to the Savage Land and meet coders from all over the world. Friendships are made, dinosaurs are awesome, and robots are fought. All in all, a perfect comic book, with the extra jokes this title is known for. I highly ...

    This was a lot of fun - I'm going to have to see if my library has any of the other graphic novels. My only complaint would be that the text at the bottom of each page was a bit tiny and faint for my aging eyes. I'm still chuckling quietly at Antonio the dinosaur-loving Doombot. ...

    Thus one was jam-packed full of fun. And also dinosaurs! The main storyline delightfully deflected Civil War 2 (we?re ignoring your silly event, Marvel, because we have dinosaurs to save! Priorities!) And because the main storyline was so much fun, I even forgave the charity filler i...

    The longer the series goes on the more (unsurprisingly) it feels like North is really struggling to put together plot ideas. But the cast is great, so as long as there are still multiple jokes per issue that make me laugh, I'll keep reading. ...

    (read as single issues) Squirrel Girl + Dinosaurs + Doombots = yessss also it looks like this trade will include the standalone "zine" issue which was AMAZING, 5 Stars for Brain Drain's inspirational zine alone ...

    Squirrel Girl, Ms Marvel, and Gwenpoole are easily my favorite things happening in marvel comics right now. Every time I read one of these they continue to make me laugh. Ultron as a Dinosaur? Literally laughed through that whole issue. A whole Garfield style strip about Galactus? Dyin...

    Great read. I love that Doreen and Nancy go to Savage Land and use computer programming to save the world! ...

    Another hilarious, quirky fun filled volume of my favorite comic series. The zine issue was spectacular! Kraven is great and as always I laughed and smiled throughout the whole thing. ...

    Dinosaurs. Robots. Robot Dinosaurs. This volume has everything! ...

    Perhaps my favorite Squirrel Girl to date...it's interesting to see how they got her away from the darkness of Secret Empire. And dinosaurs. ...

    Dinosaurs!!! ...

    Dinosaurs! Also a smidge of romance, a reappearance of a good guy- bad guy. ...

  • Rachelle
    May 10, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

    85/100 Yet another stellar entry in the Ryan North/Erica Henderson Squirrel Girl run. The Savage World story arc joins the Canadian vacation, Galactus and time travel arcs as one of the best. I still think the time travel one is tops, but this one's great. Do I need to start coll...

    Doreen and Nancy win a coding contest, and so they get to travel to the Savage Land and meet coders from all over the world. Friendships are made, dinosaurs are awesome, and robots are fought. All in all, a perfect comic book, with the extra jokes this title is known for. I highly ...

    This was a lot of fun - I'm going to have to see if my library has any of the other graphic novels. My only complaint would be that the text at the bottom of each page was a bit tiny and faint for my aging eyes. I'm still chuckling quietly at Antonio the dinosaur-loving Doombot. ...

    Thus one was jam-packed full of fun. And also dinosaurs! The main storyline delightfully deflected Civil War 2 (we?re ignoring your silly event, Marvel, because we have dinosaurs to save! Priorities!) And because the main storyline was so much fun, I even forgave the charity filler i...

    The longer the series goes on the more (unsurprisingly) it feels like North is really struggling to put together plot ideas. But the cast is great, so as long as there are still multiple jokes per issue that make me laugh, I'll keep reading. ...

    (read as single issues) Squirrel Girl + Dinosaurs + Doombots = yessss also it looks like this trade will include the standalone "zine" issue which was AMAZING, 5 Stars for Brain Drain's inspirational zine alone ...

    Squirrel Girl, Ms Marvel, and Gwenpoole are easily my favorite things happening in marvel comics right now. Every time I read one of these they continue to make me laugh. Ultron as a Dinosaur? Literally laughed through that whole issue. A whole Garfield style strip about Galactus? Dyin...

    Great read. I love that Doreen and Nancy go to Savage Land and use computer programming to save the world! ...

  • Shaun
    Mar 24, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Apr 03, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

  • Adan
    May 14, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

  • M.L.D.
    Apr 03, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

    85/100 Yet another stellar entry in the Ryan North/Erica Henderson Squirrel Girl run. The Savage World story arc joins the Canadian vacation, Galactus and time travel arcs as one of the best. I still think the time travel one is tops, but this one's great. Do I need to start coll...

    Doreen and Nancy win a coding contest, and so they get to travel to the Savage Land and meet coders from all over the world. Friendships are made, dinosaurs are awesome, and robots are fought. All in all, a perfect comic book, with the extra jokes this title is known for. I highly ...

    This was a lot of fun - I'm going to have to see if my library has any of the other graphic novels. My only complaint would be that the text at the bottom of each page was a bit tiny and faint for my aging eyes. I'm still chuckling quietly at Antonio the dinosaur-loving Doombot. ...

    Thus one was jam-packed full of fun. And also dinosaurs! The main storyline delightfully deflected Civil War 2 (we?re ignoring your silly event, Marvel, because we have dinosaurs to save! Priorities!) And because the main storyline was so much fun, I even forgave the charity filler i...

    The longer the series goes on the more (unsurprisingly) it feels like North is really struggling to put together plot ideas. But the cast is great, so as long as there are still multiple jokes per issue that make me laugh, I'll keep reading. ...

    (read as single issues) Squirrel Girl + Dinosaurs + Doombots = yessss also it looks like this trade will include the standalone "zine" issue which was AMAZING, 5 Stars for Brain Drain's inspirational zine alone ...

    Squirrel Girl, Ms Marvel, and Gwenpoole are easily my favorite things happening in marvel comics right now. Every time I read one of these they continue to make me laugh. Ultron as a Dinosaur? Literally laughed through that whole issue. A whole Garfield style strip about Galactus? Dyin...

    Great read. I love that Doreen and Nancy go to Savage Land and use computer programming to save the world! ...

    Another hilarious, quirky fun filled volume of my favorite comic series. The zine issue was spectacular! Kraven is great and as always I laughed and smiled throughout the whole thing. ...

    Dinosaurs. Robots. Robot Dinosaurs. This volume has everything! ...

  • Erin
    Mar 31, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

    85/100 Yet another stellar entry in the Ryan North/Erica Henderson Squirrel Girl run. The Savage World story arc joins the Canadian vacation, Galactus and time travel arcs as one of the best. I still think the time travel one is tops, but this one's great. Do I need to start coll...

    Doreen and Nancy win a coding contest, and so they get to travel to the Savage Land and meet coders from all over the world. Friendships are made, dinosaurs are awesome, and robots are fought. All in all, a perfect comic book, with the extra jokes this title is known for. I highly ...

    This was a lot of fun - I'm going to have to see if my library has any of the other graphic novels. My only complaint would be that the text at the bottom of each page was a bit tiny and faint for my aging eyes. I'm still chuckling quietly at Antonio the dinosaur-loving Doombot. ...

    Thus one was jam-packed full of fun. And also dinosaurs! The main storyline delightfully deflected Civil War 2 (we?re ignoring your silly event, Marvel, because we have dinosaurs to save! Priorities!) And because the main storyline was so much fun, I even forgave the charity filler i...

    The longer the series goes on the more (unsurprisingly) it feels like North is really struggling to put together plot ideas. But the cast is great, so as long as there are still multiple jokes per issue that make me laugh, I'll keep reading. ...

    (read as single issues) Squirrel Girl + Dinosaurs + Doombots = yessss also it looks like this trade will include the standalone "zine" issue which was AMAZING, 5 Stars for Brain Drain's inspirational zine alone ...

    Squirrel Girl, Ms Marvel, and Gwenpoole are easily my favorite things happening in marvel comics right now. Every time I read one of these they continue to make me laugh. Ultron as a Dinosaur? Literally laughed through that whole issue. A whole Garfield style strip about Galactus? Dyin...

    Great read. I love that Doreen and Nancy go to Savage Land and use computer programming to save the world! ...

    Another hilarious, quirky fun filled volume of my favorite comic series. The zine issue was spectacular! Kraven is great and as always I laughed and smiled throughout the whole thing. ...

    Dinosaurs. Robots. Robot Dinosaurs. This volume has everything! ...

    Perhaps my favorite Squirrel Girl to date...it's interesting to see how they got her away from the darkness of Secret Empire. And dinosaurs. ...

    Dinosaurs!!! ...

    Dinosaurs! Also a smidge of romance, a reappearance of a good guy- bad guy. ...

    4.5 stars I wasn?t a huge fan of the zine issue (don?t hate me!) but Rocket and Tippy Toe?s team up made up for it! ...

  • Cale
    Mar 18, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

  • Lizzy // The Bookish Unicorn
    Mar 20, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

  • Kristin
    Apr 18, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

  • Chris Petruccio
    May 10, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

    85/100 Yet another stellar entry in the Ryan North/Erica Henderson Squirrel Girl run. The Savage World story arc joins the Canadian vacation, Galactus and time travel arcs as one of the best. I still think the time travel one is tops, but this one's great. Do I need to start coll...

    Doreen and Nancy win a coding contest, and so they get to travel to the Savage Land and meet coders from all over the world. Friendships are made, dinosaurs are awesome, and robots are fought. All in all, a perfect comic book, with the extra jokes this title is known for. I highly ...

    This was a lot of fun - I'm going to have to see if my library has any of the other graphic novels. My only complaint would be that the text at the bottom of each page was a bit tiny and faint for my aging eyes. I'm still chuckling quietly at Antonio the dinosaur-loving Doombot. ...

    Thus one was jam-packed full of fun. And also dinosaurs! The main storyline delightfully deflected Civil War 2 (we?re ignoring your silly event, Marvel, because we have dinosaurs to save! Priorities!) And because the main storyline was so much fun, I even forgave the charity filler i...

    The longer the series goes on the more (unsurprisingly) it feels like North is really struggling to put together plot ideas. But the cast is great, so as long as there are still multiple jokes per issue that make me laugh, I'll keep reading. ...

    (read as single issues) Squirrel Girl + Dinosaurs + Doombots = yessss also it looks like this trade will include the standalone "zine" issue which was AMAZING, 5 Stars for Brain Drain's inspirational zine alone ...

    Squirrel Girl, Ms Marvel, and Gwenpoole are easily my favorite things happening in marvel comics right now. Every time I read one of these they continue to make me laugh. Ultron as a Dinosaur? Literally laughed through that whole issue. A whole Garfield style strip about Galactus? Dyin...

  • Rod Brown
    Apr 10, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

  • Emma
    Apr 26, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

    85/100 Yet another stellar entry in the Ryan North/Erica Henderson Squirrel Girl run. The Savage World story arc joins the Canadian vacation, Galactus and time travel arcs as one of the best. I still think the time travel one is tops, but this one's great. Do I need to start coll...

    Doreen and Nancy win a coding contest, and so they get to travel to the Savage Land and meet coders from all over the world. Friendships are made, dinosaurs are awesome, and robots are fought. All in all, a perfect comic book, with the extra jokes this title is known for. I highly ...

    This was a lot of fun - I'm going to have to see if my library has any of the other graphic novels. My only complaint would be that the text at the bottom of each page was a bit tiny and faint for my aging eyes. I'm still chuckling quietly at Antonio the dinosaur-loving Doombot. ...

    Thus one was jam-packed full of fun. And also dinosaurs! The main storyline delightfully deflected Civil War 2 (we?re ignoring your silly event, Marvel, because we have dinosaurs to save! Priorities!) And because the main storyline was so much fun, I even forgave the charity filler i...

    The longer the series goes on the more (unsurprisingly) it feels like North is really struggling to put together plot ideas. But the cast is great, so as long as there are still multiple jokes per issue that make me laugh, I'll keep reading. ...

    (read as single issues) Squirrel Girl + Dinosaurs + Doombots = yessss also it looks like this trade will include the standalone "zine" issue which was AMAZING, 5 Stars for Brain Drain's inspirational zine alone ...

    Squirrel Girl, Ms Marvel, and Gwenpoole are easily my favorite things happening in marvel comics right now. Every time I read one of these they continue to make me laugh. Ultron as a Dinosaur? Literally laughed through that whole issue. A whole Garfield style strip about Galactus? Dyin...

    Great read. I love that Doreen and Nancy go to Savage Land and use computer programming to save the world! ...

    Another hilarious, quirky fun filled volume of my favorite comic series. The zine issue was spectacular! Kraven is great and as always I laughed and smiled throughout the whole thing. ...

  • Joshua Dancer
    Mar 17, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

    85/100 Yet another stellar entry in the Ryan North/Erica Henderson Squirrel Girl run. The Savage World story arc joins the Canadian vacation, Galactus and time travel arcs as one of the best. I still think the time travel one is tops, but this one's great. Do I need to start coll...

    Doreen and Nancy win a coding contest, and so they get to travel to the Savage Land and meet coders from all over the world. Friendships are made, dinosaurs are awesome, and robots are fought. All in all, a perfect comic book, with the extra jokes this title is known for. I highly ...

    This was a lot of fun - I'm going to have to see if my library has any of the other graphic novels. My only complaint would be that the text at the bottom of each page was a bit tiny and faint for my aging eyes. I'm still chuckling quietly at Antonio the dinosaur-loving Doombot. ...

    Thus one was jam-packed full of fun. And also dinosaurs! The main storyline delightfully deflected Civil War 2 (we?re ignoring your silly event, Marvel, because we have dinosaurs to save! Priorities!) And because the main storyline was so much fun, I even forgave the charity filler i...

    The longer the series goes on the more (unsurprisingly) it feels like North is really struggling to put together plot ideas. But the cast is great, so as long as there are still multiple jokes per issue that make me laugh, I'll keep reading. ...

  • Kim Dyer
    May 23, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

  • Diz
    Mar 19, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

  • BrokenMnemonic
    May 11, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...

    Dinosaurs!!!! Also I demand a run of Tippy-Toe and Rocket Racoon comics now ...

    Squirrel Girl, Dinosaurs? YES PLEASE! This volume is tons of fun all around. ...

    Ultrorannosaurus Rex. ...

    I always forget how much I enjoy Squirrel Girl. So. Many. Puns. And the mini-issue at the end, written in the style of several guest superheroes, was absolutely delightful. ...

    Squirrel Girl in the Savage Land is a match made in heaven ...

    SG is still my go-to recommendation for anyone who is curious about what's so good about comic books but isn't keen on the typical superhero story. It feels like Ryan North and Erica Henderson have been making this standout Marvel book for way longer than just a few years, and I'm nerv...

    Squirrel Girl goes to the Savage Land and ends up fighting climate change and a giant Ultron dinosaur. Do you really need any more of a hook than that? I've mentioned in reviews of previous volumes that Squirrel Girl only really falters when it does multi-issue stories that outstay ...

    Doreen and Nancy go to the Savage Land and deal with robot dinosaurs and Latverian Comp-Sci students. And if that doesn't sound like a good time, you haven't been reading Squirrel Girl. All the craziness and humor is on display, with plenty of good-natured humor and relationship explor...

    This volume has probably been the best in a long while. Every page really is comedy gold. The Latverian students, the return of Kraven the Hunter and Doreen's adventures in the Savage Lands provide a lot of opportunity of humour, as well as an fast-paced adventure to save the dinosaurs...

    Look, this was gonna get a five-star rating the moment Dinosaur Ultron showed up, but then he started quoting Jeff Goldblum?s Dr Ian Malcolm (?Life, uh, finds a way?) and I was in love. Also, the letters columns continue to be printed in the trades, and a lady calling herself ...

    How does Squirrel Girl only continue to get better as each volume comes out? Anyway Doreen and Nancy end up in the Savage Land via a programming contest they won. Yay dinosaurs! Only to have to save it through guess what? Programming! Yay super hero-ing through STEM (and butt-kicking)!...

    85/100 Yet another stellar entry in the Ryan North/Erica Henderson Squirrel Girl run. The Savage World story arc joins the Canadian vacation, Galactus and time travel arcs as one of the best. I still think the time travel one is tops, but this one's great. Do I need to start coll...

    Doreen and Nancy win a coding contest, and so they get to travel to the Savage Land and meet coders from all over the world. Friendships are made, dinosaurs are awesome, and robots are fought. All in all, a perfect comic book, with the extra jokes this title is known for. I highly ...

    This was a lot of fun - I'm going to have to see if my library has any of the other graphic novels. My only complaint would be that the text at the bottom of each page was a bit tiny and faint for my aging eyes. I'm still chuckling quietly at Antonio the dinosaur-loving Doombot. ...

  • Katherine Scott
    Apr 05, 2018

    This is my favorite comic/graphic novel series EVER in any genre and it just fills me with joy. And this one has dinosaurs in it! (And the BEST dinosaur-themed jokes!) I missed a train last night and had to stay up soooo much later than I'd planned on my way home, but reading this m...

    Squirrel Girl takes her upbeat attitude and wide-eyed wonder to Antarctica for a Jurassic Park take on Marvel's dinosaur-filled Savage Land. Kraven the Hunter guests and SG makes use of one of her long-neglected powers. (view spoiler)[ SG on her Wolverine-like knuckle spikes: "Man, I a...

    Squirrel Girl is in the Savage Lands in a desperate effort to save the last dinosaurs on Earth. Nancy falls in love with a Latverian! Squirrel Girl is back on its A game in this volume. Also, you have to give the creators of this book credit for ignoring the Secret Empire event and for...

    Best quote: "I shall dub these lands 'Savage' because I am from colonial times, an era of assumptions both unexamined and problematic!!!" I'm always happy to have more Squirrel Girl. This edition is full of dinosaurs and the characters' enthusiasm is contagious. Not as good as th...

    Zine at the end of this volume is a wonderful time. ...