The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 8: My Best Friend's Squirrel

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 8: My Best Friend's Squirrel

Journey to the Forbidden Pla-nut! When Nancy and Tippy find themselves on an alien world where all is not what it seems, Squirrel Girl must find a way to get to the other side of the universe to save them. And fast! Intergalactic transport through the cosmic realm? This sounds like a job for the Sorcerer Supreme! Doctor Strange will be only too happy to...wait, what's that Journey to the Forbidden Pla-nut! When Nancy and Tippy find themselves on an alien world where all is not what it seems, ...

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Title:The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 8: My Best Friend's Squirrel
Author:Ryan North
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Edition Language:English
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Number of Pages:136 pages pages

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 8: My Best Friend's Squirrel Reviews

  • Tim
    Aug 03, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

  • Anna
    Jan 04, 2019

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

    I am sad that Erika Henderson is leaving Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl in Space! Not just space, Marvel's wacky cosmic SPAAAACE - possibly at its wackiest. In my head, the leader of the 73 planet coalition fleet to kill Silver Surfer is somehow related to Lying Cat from Saga. Th...

    I don't know what it is about these five issues, but Ryan was on point. The humor had me laughing at nearly every page and if I wasn't laughing I at least had a big goofy smile on my face. Also, issue 31 is probably one of my favorite standalone issues in recent memory. Just, really...

    The end of Erica Henderson?s artwork for Squirrel Girl (except covers!) and so, I found myself especially sad to put it down. Otherwise full of friendship and fun, with so much to love in terms of writing and art. ...

  • Renata
    Aug 08, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

  • Robin
    Jul 18, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

    I am sad that Erika Henderson is leaving Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl in Space! Not just space, Marvel's wacky cosmic SPAAAACE - possibly at its wackiest. In my head, the leader of the 73 planet coalition fleet to kill Silver Surfer is somehow related to Lying Cat from Saga. Th...

    I don't know what it is about these five issues, but Ryan was on point. The humor had me laughing at nearly every page and if I wasn't laughing I at least had a big goofy smile on my face. Also, issue 31 is probably one of my favorite standalone issues in recent memory. Just, really...

    The end of Erica Henderson?s artwork for Squirrel Girl (except covers!) and so, I found myself especially sad to put it down. Otherwise full of friendship and fun, with so much to love in terms of writing and art. ...

    it's the last one with Erica as the illustrator I'm so sad ??? also I'd just like to say that silver surfer Nancy? queen. and Doreen and Nancy growing old together? DEFINITELY GAY OKAY OMJ JUST MAKE IT CANON PLEASE. ...

    I wish I could rate this a million stars! I absolutely LOVE SG & Nancy's friendship and old lady SG & Nancy are amazing!!!! Erica's art is beautiful and I'm so impressed by how she continually presents SG. Real to life. Perfection! ...

    Squirrels in spacee, check. However, the 31st issue is not only my favourite Squirrel Girl, it?s also one of my favourite single issues ever. ...

    Best volume yet A whole planet of squirrels! A dating service for villians! Loki! Tippy Toe is the hero we deserve! Love it! ...

    Honestly, I cannot praise Squirrel Girl anymore than I already have. If you want to get into comics but don't know where, start with Squirrel Girl. The humour is funny, the characters are amazing. I just cannot say how much Squrriel Girl makes me happy. ...

    Another great and fun arc, but that last issue came out of nowhere for me and kind of made me choke up a bit and was a fitting ending. ...

    3.5 - Was semi disappointed in this volume, as the story just kept getting more and more ridiculous. But Issue 31 won me back. ...

    Oh man, I was ready to give this volume 4 stars, but then I read the last story and I cried like a baby. In a good way, mostly. Seriously y'all, Squirrel Girl #31 is possibly Ryan North's best work yet. It is clever and epic and heartfelt in a way that recalls the wackier variety of...

    Journey to the Forbidden Pla-Nut! Squirrel Girl, Tippy, and Nancy end up halfway across the universe on a planet under threat from?the Silver Surfer? But isn?t he a good guy? And then, in a final farewell issue to series artist Erica Henderson, Doreen and Nancy get stuck in hyperti...

    3.5 stars for the main Silver Surfer story 18 stars for Drax the Destroyer 23 stars for Nancy Whitehead Infinity stars for the issue #31 one-shot Minus half a star for not enough Brain Drain "I did not come to space to define chairs and butts." - Loki Laufeyson If you're goin...

  • Becky
    Dec 15, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

    I am sad that Erika Henderson is leaving Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl in Space! Not just space, Marvel's wacky cosmic SPAAAACE - possibly at its wackiest. In my head, the leader of the 73 planet coalition fleet to kill Silver Surfer is somehow related to Lying Cat from Saga. Th...

    I don't know what it is about these five issues, but Ryan was on point. The humor had me laughing at nearly every page and if I wasn't laughing I at least had a big goofy smile on my face. Also, issue 31 is probably one of my favorite standalone issues in recent memory. Just, really...

    The end of Erica Henderson?s artwork for Squirrel Girl (except covers!) and so, I found myself especially sad to put it down. Otherwise full of friendship and fun, with so much to love in terms of writing and art. ...

    it's the last one with Erica as the illustrator I'm so sad ??? also I'd just like to say that silver surfer Nancy? queen. and Doreen and Nancy growing old together? DEFINITELY GAY OKAY OMJ JUST MAKE IT CANON PLEASE. ...

    I wish I could rate this a million stars! I absolutely LOVE SG & Nancy's friendship and old lady SG & Nancy are amazing!!!! Erica's art is beautiful and I'm so impressed by how she continually presents SG. Real to life. Perfection! ...

    Squirrels in spacee, check. However, the 31st issue is not only my favourite Squirrel Girl, it?s also one of my favourite single issues ever. ...

    Best volume yet A whole planet of squirrels! A dating service for villians! Loki! Tippy Toe is the hero we deserve! Love it! ...

    Honestly, I cannot praise Squirrel Girl anymore than I already have. If you want to get into comics but don't know where, start with Squirrel Girl. The humour is funny, the characters are amazing. I just cannot say how much Squrriel Girl makes me happy. ...

    Another great and fun arc, but that last issue came out of nowhere for me and kind of made me choke up a bit and was a fitting ending. ...

    3.5 - Was semi disappointed in this volume, as the story just kept getting more and more ridiculous. But Issue 31 won me back. ...

    Oh man, I was ready to give this volume 4 stars, but then I read the last story and I cried like a baby. In a good way, mostly. Seriously y'all, Squirrel Girl #31 is possibly Ryan North's best work yet. It is clever and epic and heartfelt in a way that recalls the wackier variety of...

  • Christopher
    Jul 09, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

    I am sad that Erika Henderson is leaving Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl in Space! Not just space, Marvel's wacky cosmic SPAAAACE - possibly at its wackiest. In my head, the leader of the 73 planet coalition fleet to kill Silver Surfer is somehow related to Lying Cat from Saga. Th...

  • Stefanie
    Sep 03, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

  • Katie
    Nov 01, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

    I am sad that Erika Henderson is leaving Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl in Space! Not just space, Marvel's wacky cosmic SPAAAACE - possibly at its wackiest. In my head, the leader of the 73 planet coalition fleet to kill Silver Surfer is somehow related to Lying Cat from Saga. Th...

    I don't know what it is about these five issues, but Ryan was on point. The humor had me laughing at nearly every page and if I wasn't laughing I at least had a big goofy smile on my face. Also, issue 31 is probably one of my favorite standalone issues in recent memory. Just, really...

    The end of Erica Henderson?s artwork for Squirrel Girl (except covers!) and so, I found myself especially sad to put it down. Otherwise full of friendship and fun, with so much to love in terms of writing and art. ...

    it's the last one with Erica as the illustrator I'm so sad ??? also I'd just like to say that silver surfer Nancy? queen. and Doreen and Nancy growing old together? DEFINITELY GAY OKAY OMJ JUST MAKE IT CANON PLEASE. ...

    I wish I could rate this a million stars! I absolutely LOVE SG & Nancy's friendship and old lady SG & Nancy are amazing!!!! Erica's art is beautiful and I'm so impressed by how she continually presents SG. Real to life. Perfection! ...

    Squirrels in spacee, check. However, the 31st issue is not only my favourite Squirrel Girl, it?s also one of my favourite single issues ever. ...

    Best volume yet A whole planet of squirrels! A dating service for villians! Loki! Tippy Toe is the hero we deserve! Love it! ...

    Honestly, I cannot praise Squirrel Girl anymore than I already have. If you want to get into comics but don't know where, start with Squirrel Girl. The humour is funny, the characters are amazing. I just cannot say how much Squrriel Girl makes me happy. ...

    Another great and fun arc, but that last issue came out of nowhere for me and kind of made me choke up a bit and was a fitting ending. ...

    3.5 - Was semi disappointed in this volume, as the story just kept getting more and more ridiculous. But Issue 31 won me back. ...

    Oh man, I was ready to give this volume 4 stars, but then I read the last story and I cried like a baby. In a good way, mostly. Seriously y'all, Squirrel Girl #31 is possibly Ryan North's best work yet. It is clever and epic and heartfelt in a way that recalls the wackier variety of...

    Journey to the Forbidden Pla-Nut! Squirrel Girl, Tippy, and Nancy end up halfway across the universe on a planet under threat from?the Silver Surfer? But isn?t he a good guy? And then, in a final farewell issue to series artist Erica Henderson, Doreen and Nancy get stuck in hyperti...

    3.5 stars for the main Silver Surfer story 18 stars for Drax the Destroyer 23 stars for Nancy Whitehead Infinity stars for the issue #31 one-shot Minus half a star for not enough Brain Drain "I did not come to space to define chairs and butts." - Loki Laufeyson If you're goin...

    Nancy & Tippy-Toe have been abducted by a planet of squirrels to help them defeat Galacticus, who is threatening to eat their planet unless they fork over all their valuables to the Silver Surfer & his bros. What? Squirrel Girl tracks down her friends with the aid of Loki (the...

  • Alex Zapinski
    Aug 10, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

    I am sad that Erika Henderson is leaving Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl in Space! Not just space, Marvel's wacky cosmic SPAAAACE - possibly at its wackiest. In my head, the leader of the 73 planet coalition fleet to kill Silver Surfer is somehow related to Lying Cat from Saga. Th...

    I don't know what it is about these five issues, but Ryan was on point. The humor had me laughing at nearly every page and if I wasn't laughing I at least had a big goofy smile on my face. Also, issue 31 is probably one of my favorite standalone issues in recent memory. Just, really...

    The end of Erica Henderson?s artwork for Squirrel Girl (except covers!) and so, I found myself especially sad to put it down. Otherwise full of friendship and fun, with so much to love in terms of writing and art. ...

    it's the last one with Erica as the illustrator I'm so sad ??? also I'd just like to say that silver surfer Nancy? queen. and Doreen and Nancy growing old together? DEFINITELY GAY OKAY OMJ JUST MAKE IT CANON PLEASE. ...

    I wish I could rate this a million stars! I absolutely LOVE SG & Nancy's friendship and old lady SG & Nancy are amazing!!!! Erica's art is beautiful and I'm so impressed by how she continually presents SG. Real to life. Perfection! ...

  • Brandon
    Sep 19, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

    I am sad that Erika Henderson is leaving Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl in Space! Not just space, Marvel's wacky cosmic SPAAAACE - possibly at its wackiest. In my head, the leader of the 73 planet coalition fleet to kill Silver Surfer is somehow related to Lying Cat from Saga. Th...

    I don't know what it is about these five issues, but Ryan was on point. The humor had me laughing at nearly every page and if I wasn't laughing I at least had a big goofy smile on my face. Also, issue 31 is probably one of my favorite standalone issues in recent memory. Just, really...

  • Paperclippe
    Jul 16, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

  • Alex Sarll
    Apr 18, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

  • Jamie Sigal
    Sep 15, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

    I am sad that Erika Henderson is leaving Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl in Space! Not just space, Marvel's wacky cosmic SPAAAACE - possibly at its wackiest. In my head, the leader of the 73 planet coalition fleet to kill Silver Surfer is somehow related to Lying Cat from Saga. Th...

    I don't know what it is about these five issues, but Ryan was on point. The humor had me laughing at nearly every page and if I wasn't laughing I at least had a big goofy smile on my face. Also, issue 31 is probably one of my favorite standalone issues in recent memory. Just, really...

    The end of Erica Henderson?s artwork for Squirrel Girl (except covers!) and so, I found myself especially sad to put it down. Otherwise full of friendship and fun, with so much to love in terms of writing and art. ...

    it's the last one with Erica as the illustrator I'm so sad ??? also I'd just like to say that silver surfer Nancy? queen. and Doreen and Nancy growing old together? DEFINITELY GAY OKAY OMJ JUST MAKE IT CANON PLEASE. ...

    I wish I could rate this a million stars! I absolutely LOVE SG & Nancy's friendship and old lady SG & Nancy are amazing!!!! Erica's art is beautiful and I'm so impressed by how she continually presents SG. Real to life. Perfection! ...

    Squirrels in spacee, check. However, the 31st issue is not only my favourite Squirrel Girl, it?s also one of my favourite single issues ever. ...

    Best volume yet A whole planet of squirrels! A dating service for villians! Loki! Tippy Toe is the hero we deserve! Love it! ...

    Honestly, I cannot praise Squirrel Girl anymore than I already have. If you want to get into comics but don't know where, start with Squirrel Girl. The humour is funny, the characters are amazing. I just cannot say how much Squrriel Girl makes me happy. ...

    Another great and fun arc, but that last issue came out of nowhere for me and kind of made me choke up a bit and was a fitting ending. ...

  • Megan Lucy
    Sep 02, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

    I am sad that Erika Henderson is leaving Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl in Space! Not just space, Marvel's wacky cosmic SPAAAACE - possibly at its wackiest. In my head, the leader of the 73 planet coalition fleet to kill Silver Surfer is somehow related to Lying Cat from Saga. Th...

    I don't know what it is about these five issues, but Ryan was on point. The humor had me laughing at nearly every page and if I wasn't laughing I at least had a big goofy smile on my face. Also, issue 31 is probably one of my favorite standalone issues in recent memory. Just, really...

    The end of Erica Henderson?s artwork for Squirrel Girl (except covers!) and so, I found myself especially sad to put it down. Otherwise full of friendship and fun, with so much to love in terms of writing and art. ...

    it's the last one with Erica as the illustrator I'm so sad ??? also I'd just like to say that silver surfer Nancy? queen. and Doreen and Nancy growing old together? DEFINITELY GAY OKAY OMJ JUST MAKE IT CANON PLEASE. ...

    I wish I could rate this a million stars! I absolutely LOVE SG & Nancy's friendship and old lady SG & Nancy are amazing!!!! Erica's art is beautiful and I'm so impressed by how she continually presents SG. Real to life. Perfection! ...

    Squirrels in spacee, check. However, the 31st issue is not only my favourite Squirrel Girl, it?s also one of my favourite single issues ever. ...

    Best volume yet A whole planet of squirrels! A dating service for villians! Loki! Tippy Toe is the hero we deserve! Love it! ...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Jul 04, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

    I am sad that Erika Henderson is leaving Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl in Space! Not just space, Marvel's wacky cosmic SPAAAACE - possibly at its wackiest. In my head, the leader of the 73 planet coalition fleet to kill Silver Surfer is somehow related to Lying Cat from Saga. Th...

    I don't know what it is about these five issues, but Ryan was on point. The humor had me laughing at nearly every page and if I wasn't laughing I at least had a big goofy smile on my face. Also, issue 31 is probably one of my favorite standalone issues in recent memory. Just, really...

    The end of Erica Henderson?s artwork for Squirrel Girl (except covers!) and so, I found myself especially sad to put it down. Otherwise full of friendship and fun, with so much to love in terms of writing and art. ...

    it's the last one with Erica as the illustrator I'm so sad ??? also I'd just like to say that silver surfer Nancy? queen. and Doreen and Nancy growing old together? DEFINITELY GAY OKAY OMJ JUST MAKE IT CANON PLEASE. ...

    I wish I could rate this a million stars! I absolutely LOVE SG & Nancy's friendship and old lady SG & Nancy are amazing!!!! Erica's art is beautiful and I'm so impressed by how she continually presents SG. Real to life. Perfection! ...

    Squirrels in spacee, check. However, the 31st issue is not only my favourite Squirrel Girl, it?s also one of my favourite single issues ever. ...

    Best volume yet A whole planet of squirrels! A dating service for villians! Loki! Tippy Toe is the hero we deserve! Love it! ...

    Honestly, I cannot praise Squirrel Girl anymore than I already have. If you want to get into comics but don't know where, start with Squirrel Girl. The humour is funny, the characters are amazing. I just cannot say how much Squrriel Girl makes me happy. ...

    Another great and fun arc, but that last issue came out of nowhere for me and kind of made me choke up a bit and was a fitting ending. ...

    3.5 - Was semi disappointed in this volume, as the story just kept getting more and more ridiculous. But Issue 31 won me back. ...

    Oh man, I was ready to give this volume 4 stars, but then I read the last story and I cried like a baby. In a good way, mostly. Seriously y'all, Squirrel Girl #31 is possibly Ryan North's best work yet. It is clever and epic and heartfelt in a way that recalls the wackier variety of...

    Journey to the Forbidden Pla-Nut! Squirrel Girl, Tippy, and Nancy end up halfway across the universe on a planet under threat from?the Silver Surfer? But isn?t he a good guy? And then, in a final farewell issue to series artist Erica Henderson, Doreen and Nancy get stuck in hyperti...

  • Missy
    Apr 09, 2019

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

    I am sad that Erika Henderson is leaving Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl in Space! Not just space, Marvel's wacky cosmic SPAAAACE - possibly at its wackiest. In my head, the leader of the 73 planet coalition fleet to kill Silver Surfer is somehow related to Lying Cat from Saga. Th...

    I don't know what it is about these five issues, but Ryan was on point. The humor had me laughing at nearly every page and if I wasn't laughing I at least had a big goofy smile on my face. Also, issue 31 is probably one of my favorite standalone issues in recent memory. Just, really...

    The end of Erica Henderson?s artwork for Squirrel Girl (except covers!) and so, I found myself especially sad to put it down. Otherwise full of friendship and fun, with so much to love in terms of writing and art. ...

    it's the last one with Erica as the illustrator I'm so sad ??? also I'd just like to say that silver surfer Nancy? queen. and Doreen and Nancy growing old together? DEFINITELY GAY OKAY OMJ JUST MAKE IT CANON PLEASE. ...

    I wish I could rate this a million stars! I absolutely LOVE SG & Nancy's friendship and old lady SG & Nancy are amazing!!!! Erica's art is beautiful and I'm so impressed by how she continually presents SG. Real to life. Perfection! ...

    Squirrels in spacee, check. However, the 31st issue is not only my favourite Squirrel Girl, it?s also one of my favourite single issues ever. ...

    Best volume yet A whole planet of squirrels! A dating service for villians! Loki! Tippy Toe is the hero we deserve! Love it! ...

    Honestly, I cannot praise Squirrel Girl anymore than I already have. If you want to get into comics but don't know where, start with Squirrel Girl. The humour is funny, the characters are amazing. I just cannot say how much Squrriel Girl makes me happy. ...

  • Cale
    Apr 07, 2019

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

  • Shannon Appelcline
    Jan 26, 2019

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

  • Rebecca
    Mar 04, 2019

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

  • Devin
    Aug 15, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

  • Imogene
    May 27, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

    I am sad that Erika Henderson is leaving Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl in Space! Not just space, Marvel's wacky cosmic SPAAAACE - possibly at its wackiest. In my head, the leader of the 73 planet coalition fleet to kill Silver Surfer is somehow related to Lying Cat from Saga. Th...

    I don't know what it is about these five issues, but Ryan was on point. The humor had me laughing at nearly every page and if I wasn't laughing I at least had a big goofy smile on my face. Also, issue 31 is probably one of my favorite standalone issues in recent memory. Just, really...

    The end of Erica Henderson?s artwork for Squirrel Girl (except covers!) and so, I found myself especially sad to put it down. Otherwise full of friendship and fun, with so much to love in terms of writing and art. ...

    it's the last one with Erica as the illustrator I'm so sad ??? also I'd just like to say that silver surfer Nancy? queen. and Doreen and Nancy growing old together? DEFINITELY GAY OKAY OMJ JUST MAKE IT CANON PLEASE. ...

    I wish I could rate this a million stars! I absolutely LOVE SG & Nancy's friendship and old lady SG & Nancy are amazing!!!! Erica's art is beautiful and I'm so impressed by how she continually presents SG. Real to life. Perfection! ...

    Squirrels in spacee, check. However, the 31st issue is not only my favourite Squirrel Girl, it?s also one of my favourite single issues ever. ...

  • Rod Brown
    Jul 15, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

  • Maya
    Dec 31, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

  • Kaitlin
    Sep 04, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

    I am sad that Erika Henderson is leaving Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl in Space! Not just space, Marvel's wacky cosmic SPAAAACE - possibly at its wackiest. In my head, the leader of the 73 planet coalition fleet to kill Silver Surfer is somehow related to Lying Cat from Saga. Th...

    I don't know what it is about these five issues, but Ryan was on point. The humor had me laughing at nearly every page and if I wasn't laughing I at least had a big goofy smile on my face. Also, issue 31 is probably one of my favorite standalone issues in recent memory. Just, really...

    The end of Erica Henderson?s artwork for Squirrel Girl (except covers!) and so, I found myself especially sad to put it down. Otherwise full of friendship and fun, with so much to love in terms of writing and art. ...

    it's the last one with Erica as the illustrator I'm so sad ??? also I'd just like to say that silver surfer Nancy? queen. and Doreen and Nancy growing old together? DEFINITELY GAY OKAY OMJ JUST MAKE IT CANON PLEASE. ...

    I wish I could rate this a million stars! I absolutely LOVE SG & Nancy's friendship and old lady SG & Nancy are amazing!!!! Erica's art is beautiful and I'm so impressed by how she continually presents SG. Real to life. Perfection! ...

    Squirrels in spacee, check. However, the 31st issue is not only my favourite Squirrel Girl, it?s also one of my favourite single issues ever. ...

    Best volume yet A whole planet of squirrels! A dating service for villians! Loki! Tippy Toe is the hero we deserve! Love it! ...

    Honestly, I cannot praise Squirrel Girl anymore than I already have. If you want to get into comics but don't know where, start with Squirrel Girl. The humour is funny, the characters are amazing. I just cannot say how much Squrriel Girl makes me happy. ...

    Another great and fun arc, but that last issue came out of nowhere for me and kind of made me choke up a bit and was a fitting ending. ...

    3.5 - Was semi disappointed in this volume, as the story just kept getting more and more ridiculous. But Issue 31 won me back. ...

  • Norman
    Dec 26, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

  • Diz
    Oct 05, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

  • ellis
    Oct 11, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

  • Paul E. Morph
    Nov 15, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

  • belle jane
    Oct 14, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...

    Squirrel Girl is one of my all-time favorite comic characters, and the version brought to life by Ryan North and Erica Henderson is the best version of that character. It's refreshing to have a hero that solves problems not only with her powers, but also with her superhuman empathy. Th...

    SPACE ABE LINCOLN ...

    okay i cried the last issue. i wish the authors had been more firm with what nancy and doreen were by the end, but....I'll take it. and here's hoping we get to see them fall in love again ;w; ...

    With Marvel's short-lived Legacy project directing series to do stories harking back to their past - because superhero comics definitely need more of that, right? - North and Henderson very sensibly opt to take the piss. So much of the first issue involves everyone desperately trying t...

    (read as single issues) SINCERELY UNBEATABLE ...

    The last issue is just absolutely beautiful and I just want to enter three crying emojis here. ...

    The arc that takes up the majority of this volume is pretty typical Squirrel Girl fare: a deliciously fun send-up of some of Marvel's best. Here we get Squirrel Girl, Nancy, the Silver Surfer, Loki, Drax, and a planet full of alien squirrels. It's delightful as it sounds. But the fi...

    Issues 27-30 were a typical fun Squirrel Girl romp, and as always I love the writing and the characters and OF COURSE the art. I'm a little nervous that the subsequent issues will have a different artist attached to them, Erica Henderson's style is so boisterous and fun, just like Squi...

    Squirrel Girl in space was a lot of fun, but I think I got some dust in my eyes while reading Erica Henderson's last issue... ...

    This is Erica Henderson's swan song and the series, and she and Ryan North send her out with what has probably been my favorite volume so far. Ghost squirrels, green squirrels, competing Silver Surfers, perhaps the shortest/most pointless crossover of all time, and more make this consi...

    There was a lot going on here, issues #27-30 were one story arc but with quite a few smaller problems and fights to deal with, and a few cliffhangers at the end of the issues. I loved that Loki is now Sorcerer Supreme because I don't care for Doctor Strange at all but I love Loki so th...

    Ohhhh boy. To be honest I flipped through most of this volume because it seemed too wordy for a not-satisfying storyline (aint nobody got time for that!). BUT BUT BUT that last issue - Erica Henderson?s final issue - oh my. With such a goofy tone, it?s hard to imagine a book conjur...

    One of the reasons I love Squirrel Girl so much is that while she can throw a punch with the best of them, beating people up is a last resort. There is always another way, usually by talking and coming to a common understanding and even, a lot of the time, becoming friends. Plus, she n...

    I am sad that Erika Henderson is leaving Squirrel Girl. Squirrel Girl in Space! Not just space, Marvel's wacky cosmic SPAAAACE - possibly at its wackiest. In my head, the leader of the 73 planet coalition fleet to kill Silver Surfer is somehow related to Lying Cat from Saga. Th...

    I don't know what it is about these five issues, but Ryan was on point. The humor had me laughing at nearly every page and if I wasn't laughing I at least had a big goofy smile on my face. Also, issue 31 is probably one of my favorite standalone issues in recent memory. Just, really...

    The end of Erica Henderson?s artwork for Squirrel Girl (except covers!) and so, I found myself especially sad to put it down. Otherwise full of friendship and fun, with so much to love in terms of writing and art. ...

    it's the last one with Erica as the illustrator I'm so sad ??? also I'd just like to say that silver surfer Nancy? queen. and Doreen and Nancy growing old together? DEFINITELY GAY OKAY OMJ JUST MAKE IT CANON PLEASE. ...

  • Katherine Scott
    Aug 17, 2018

    Honestly, I'd only give the four-part outer space story that makes up the bulk of this volume 3 stars at the most but I liked the hyper-time one-shot that closes the book so much I'm bumping this volume up to 4 stars. This volume is original artist Erica Henderson's last work on thi...

    The majority of the book is a space adventure with Loki, Drax and the Silver Surfer, and it is a perfectly fine Squirrel Girl yarn. But that last story, a hyper-speed/time travel tale featuring the last series artwork of longtime artist Eric Henderson, is simply amazing. Squirrel Gi...

    The last issue of this collection is strangely emotional. No one can convince me that Nancy and Doreen were not romantic life partners. It was a beautiful expression of love and companionship, masquerading as a silly, silly fun time ...