Parents' Day

Parents' Day

It's PARENTS' DAY at the Lumberjanes camp! Everyone at camp is super excited about the best day of the summer-Parents' Day, when they get to show their folks what they've been up to! Molly seems really worried, though, and even her friends are unsure of how to cheer her up. This New York Times bestseller and multiple Eisner-Award and GLAAD-award winning series is written by It's PARENTS' DAY at the Lumberjanes camp! Everyone at camp is super excited about the best day of the summer-P...

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Title:Parents' Day
Author:Shannon Watters
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:168415278X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:112 pages pages

Parents' Day Reviews

  • Marisa
    Jan 30, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

    Another fun addition to the Lumberjanes series. As indicated in the title, all of the girls' parents show up (even if unwanted, in one instance). In an attempt to hide the supernatural occurrences from the parents, a simple scavenger hunt is planned. Of course, "plans" don't stop super...

    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues. The cute, fun, romp with compelling and lovable characters is back to its former glo...

    This one just didnt feel the same. The art was so different I found it distracting. I was really excited to read this volume because I know many of the Lumberjanes have difficulties with their families. I felt like much of that was unresolved or brushed over. There really seemed to be ...

    Parents' Day has arrived for the first time at the camp! Egads, how will the Lumberjanes hide the weird goings-on?! I love April, she's super hardcore and intense! lol. I would love to go to a camp like this one! ...

    Just not as good as it used to be. The last few volumes have lacked the balance of substance and silly that hooked me on this series at the start. ...

    This didn't grab me in the same way some of these do. It was entertaining, but not a favourite. A solid addition to the series though. Admittedly, I read it about a week ago, before reviewing. ...

    It was really fun to meet everyone's parents. The Fox was legit kinda creepy. ...

    This series can do no wrong:) ...

    LJ lost a bit of its shine for me for a few issues, but this one is right back on track! Ripley = my spirit animal. Actually, I'd like Ripley to be my spirit animal, but April's probably closer to the mark. ...

  • Melanie
    Aug 03, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

  • Kimberly
    Feb 12, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

    Another fun addition to the Lumberjanes series. As indicated in the title, all of the girls' parents show up (even if unwanted, in one instance). In an attempt to hide the supernatural occurrences from the parents, a simple scavenger hunt is planned. Of course, "plans" don't stop super...

    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues. The cute, fun, romp with compelling and lovable characters is back to its former glo...

    This one just didnt feel the same. The art was so different I found it distracting. I was really excited to read this volume because I know many of the Lumberjanes have difficulties with their families. I felt like much of that was unresolved or brushed over. There really seemed to be ...

    Parents' Day has arrived for the first time at the camp! Egads, how will the Lumberjanes hide the weird goings-on?! I love April, she's super hardcore and intense! lol. I would love to go to a camp like this one! ...

    Just not as good as it used to be. The last few volumes have lacked the balance of substance and silly that hooked me on this series at the start. ...

    This didn't grab me in the same way some of these do. It was entertaining, but not a favourite. A solid addition to the series though. Admittedly, I read it about a week ago, before reviewing. ...

    It was really fun to meet everyone's parents. The Fox was legit kinda creepy. ...

    This series can do no wrong:) ...

    LJ lost a bit of its shine for me for a few issues, but this one is right back on track! Ripley = my spirit animal. Actually, I'd like Ripley to be my spirit animal, but April's probably closer to the mark. ...

    I feel let down by this volume, nothing really happened, the action was lacking and it didn't have the same feeling of adventure as the rest of the series. ...

    Adorable as always! ...

    I enjoyed meeting everyone's families, so much diversity! I didn't enjoy the artwork in this volume but I liked the story. I wouldn't mind seeing the parents again! ...

  • Linda
    Mar 29, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

  • Stephanie
    Dec 23, 2018

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

  • K
    Apr 11, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

    Another fun addition to the Lumberjanes series. As indicated in the title, all of the girls' parents show up (even if unwanted, in one instance). In an attempt to hide the supernatural occurrences from the parents, a simple scavenger hunt is planned. Of course, "plans" don't stop super...

  • Amanda
    Dec 31, 2018

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

    Another fun addition to the Lumberjanes series. As indicated in the title, all of the girls' parents show up (even if unwanted, in one instance). In an attempt to hide the supernatural occurrences from the parents, a simple scavenger hunt is planned. Of course, "plans" don't stop super...

    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues. The cute, fun, romp with compelling and lovable characters is back to its former glo...

    This one just didnt feel the same. The art was so different I found it distracting. I was really excited to read this volume because I know many of the Lumberjanes have difficulties with their families. I felt like much of that was unresolved or brushed over. There really seemed to be ...

    Parents' Day has arrived for the first time at the camp! Egads, how will the Lumberjanes hide the weird goings-on?! I love April, she's super hardcore and intense! lol. I would love to go to a camp like this one! ...

    Just not as good as it used to be. The last few volumes have lacked the balance of substance and silly that hooked me on this series at the start. ...

    This didn't grab me in the same way some of these do. It was entertaining, but not a favourite. A solid addition to the series though. Admittedly, I read it about a week ago, before reviewing. ...

    It was really fun to meet everyone's parents. The Fox was legit kinda creepy. ...

    This series can do no wrong:) ...

    LJ lost a bit of its shine for me for a few issues, but this one is right back on track! Ripley = my spirit animal. Actually, I'd like Ripley to be my spirit animal, but April's probably closer to the mark. ...

    I feel let down by this volume, nothing really happened, the action was lacking and it didn't have the same feeling of adventure as the rest of the series. ...

    Adorable as always! ...

    I enjoyed meeting everyone's families, so much diversity! I didn't enjoy the artwork in this volume but I liked the story. I wouldn't mind seeing the parents again! ...

    Fantastical (as always)! ...

    Parent's Day was super fun! ...

  • Alicia
    Jan 12, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

  • Paula  Phillips
    May 21, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

  • Andree
    May 01, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

    Another fun addition to the Lumberjanes series. As indicated in the title, all of the girls' parents show up (even if unwanted, in one instance). In an attempt to hide the supernatural occurrences from the parents, a simple scavenger hunt is planned. Of course, "plans" don't stop super...

    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues. The cute, fun, romp with compelling and lovable characters is back to its former glo...

    This one just didnt feel the same. The art was so different I found it distracting. I was really excited to read this volume because I know many of the Lumberjanes have difficulties with their families. I felt like much of that was unresolved or brushed over. There really seemed to be ...

    Parents' Day has arrived for the first time at the camp! Egads, how will the Lumberjanes hide the weird goings-on?! I love April, she's super hardcore and intense! lol. I would love to go to a camp like this one! ...

    Just not as good as it used to be. The last few volumes have lacked the balance of substance and silly that hooked me on this series at the start. ...

    This didn't grab me in the same way some of these do. It was entertaining, but not a favourite. A solid addition to the series though. Admittedly, I read it about a week ago, before reviewing. ...

  • Devann
    Apr 01, 2018

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

  • Brandon
    Dec 31, 2018

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

    Another fun addition to the Lumberjanes series. As indicated in the title, all of the girls' parents show up (even if unwanted, in one instance). In an attempt to hide the supernatural occurrences from the parents, a simple scavenger hunt is planned. Of course, "plans" don't stop super...

    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues. The cute, fun, romp with compelling and lovable characters is back to its former glo...

  • Chelsea
    Dec 22, 2018

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

    Another fun addition to the Lumberjanes series. As indicated in the title, all of the girls' parents show up (even if unwanted, in one instance). In an attempt to hide the supernatural occurrences from the parents, a simple scavenger hunt is planned. Of course, "plans" don't stop super...

    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues. The cute, fun, romp with compelling and lovable characters is back to its former glo...

    This one just didnt feel the same. The art was so different I found it distracting. I was really excited to read this volume because I know many of the Lumberjanes have difficulties with their families. I felt like much of that was unresolved or brushed over. There really seemed to be ...

    Parents' Day has arrived for the first time at the camp! Egads, how will the Lumberjanes hide the weird goings-on?! I love April, she's super hardcore and intense! lol. I would love to go to a camp like this one! ...

    Just not as good as it used to be. The last few volumes have lacked the balance of substance and silly that hooked me on this series at the start. ...

    This didn't grab me in the same way some of these do. It was entertaining, but not a favourite. A solid addition to the series though. Admittedly, I read it about a week ago, before reviewing. ...

    It was really fun to meet everyone's parents. The Fox was legit kinda creepy. ...

    This series can do no wrong:) ...

  • Claire
    May 04, 2018

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

  • Ian
    Dec 08, 2018

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

  • Elyse
    Jun 10, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

    Another fun addition to the Lumberjanes series. As indicated in the title, all of the girls' parents show up (even if unwanted, in one instance). In an attempt to hide the supernatural occurrences from the parents, a simple scavenger hunt is planned. Of course, "plans" don't stop super...

    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues. The cute, fun, romp with compelling and lovable characters is back to its former glo...

    This one just didnt feel the same. The art was so different I found it distracting. I was really excited to read this volume because I know many of the Lumberjanes have difficulties with their families. I felt like much of that was unresolved or brushed over. There really seemed to be ...

    Parents' Day has arrived for the first time at the camp! Egads, how will the Lumberjanes hide the weird goings-on?! I love April, she's super hardcore and intense! lol. I would love to go to a camp like this one! ...

  • Nicole
    Feb 11, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

    Another fun addition to the Lumberjanes series. As indicated in the title, all of the girls' parents show up (even if unwanted, in one instance). In an attempt to hide the supernatural occurrences from the parents, a simple scavenger hunt is planned. Of course, "plans" don't stop super...

    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues. The cute, fun, romp with compelling and lovable characters is back to its former glo...

    This one just didnt feel the same. The art was so different I found it distracting. I was really excited to read this volume because I know many of the Lumberjanes have difficulties with their families. I felt like much of that was unresolved or brushed over. There really seemed to be ...

    Parents' Day has arrived for the first time at the camp! Egads, how will the Lumberjanes hide the weird goings-on?! I love April, she's super hardcore and intense! lol. I would love to go to a camp like this one! ...

    Just not as good as it used to be. The last few volumes have lacked the balance of substance and silly that hooked me on this series at the start. ...

    This didn't grab me in the same way some of these do. It was entertaining, but not a favourite. A solid addition to the series though. Admittedly, I read it about a week ago, before reviewing. ...

    It was really fun to meet everyone's parents. The Fox was legit kinda creepy. ...

    This series can do no wrong:) ...

    LJ lost a bit of its shine for me for a few issues, but this one is right back on track! Ripley = my spirit animal. Actually, I'd like Ripley to be my spirit animal, but April's probably closer to the mark. ...

    I feel let down by this volume, nothing really happened, the action was lacking and it didn't have the same feeling of adventure as the rest of the series. ...

  • Rob
    Jan 26, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

  • Lizzy // The Bookish Unicorn
    Dec 21, 2018

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

    Another fun addition to the Lumberjanes series. As indicated in the title, all of the girls' parents show up (even if unwanted, in one instance). In an attempt to hide the supernatural occurrences from the parents, a simple scavenger hunt is planned. Of course, "plans" don't stop super...

    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues. The cute, fun, romp with compelling and lovable characters is back to its former glo...

    This one just didnt feel the same. The art was so different I found it distracting. I was really excited to read this volume because I know many of the Lumberjanes have difficulties with their families. I felt like much of that was unresolved or brushed over. There really seemed to be ...

    Parents' Day has arrived for the first time at the camp! Egads, how will the Lumberjanes hide the weird goings-on?! I love April, she's super hardcore and intense! lol. I would love to go to a camp like this one! ...

    Just not as good as it used to be. The last few volumes have lacked the balance of substance and silly that hooked me on this series at the start. ...

    This didn't grab me in the same way some of these do. It was entertaining, but not a favourite. A solid addition to the series though. Admittedly, I read it about a week ago, before reviewing. ...

    It was really fun to meet everyone's parents. The Fox was legit kinda creepy. ...

    This series can do no wrong:) ...

    LJ lost a bit of its shine for me for a few issues, but this one is right back on track! Ripley = my spirit animal. Actually, I'd like Ripley to be my spirit animal, but April's probably closer to the mark. ...

    I feel let down by this volume, nothing really happened, the action was lacking and it didn't have the same feeling of adventure as the rest of the series. ...

    Adorable as always! ...

  • Sara
    Feb 28, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

  • Calista
    Jun 06, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

  • Samantha Ania
    Jan 05, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

    Another fun addition to the Lumberjanes series. As indicated in the title, all of the girls' parents show up (even if unwanted, in one instance). In an attempt to hide the supernatural occurrences from the parents, a simple scavenger hunt is planned. Of course, "plans" don't stop super...

    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues. The cute, fun, romp with compelling and lovable characters is back to its former glo...

    This one just didnt feel the same. The art was so different I found it distracting. I was really excited to read this volume because I know many of the Lumberjanes have difficulties with their families. I felt like much of that was unresolved or brushed over. There really seemed to be ...

    Parents' Day has arrived for the first time at the camp! Egads, how will the Lumberjanes hide the weird goings-on?! I love April, she's super hardcore and intense! lol. I would love to go to a camp like this one! ...

    Just not as good as it used to be. The last few volumes have lacked the balance of substance and silly that hooked me on this series at the start. ...

    This didn't grab me in the same way some of these do. It was entertaining, but not a favourite. A solid addition to the series though. Admittedly, I read it about a week ago, before reviewing. ...

    It was really fun to meet everyone's parents. The Fox was legit kinda creepy. ...

  • Emily
    Dec 16, 2018

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

    Another fun addition to the Lumberjanes series. As indicated in the title, all of the girls' parents show up (even if unwanted, in one instance). In an attempt to hide the supernatural occurrences from the parents, a simple scavenger hunt is planned. Of course, "plans" don't stop super...

    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues. The cute, fun, romp with compelling and lovable characters is back to its former glo...

    This one just didnt feel the same. The art was so different I found it distracting. I was really excited to read this volume because I know many of the Lumberjanes have difficulties with their families. I felt like much of that was unresolved or brushed over. There really seemed to be ...

    Parents' Day has arrived for the first time at the camp! Egads, how will the Lumberjanes hide the weird goings-on?! I love April, she's super hardcore and intense! lol. I would love to go to a camp like this one! ...

    Just not as good as it used to be. The last few volumes have lacked the balance of substance and silly that hooked me on this series at the start. ...

  • Simplekind
    Dec 14, 2018

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

    Another fun addition to the Lumberjanes series. As indicated in the title, all of the girls' parents show up (even if unwanted, in one instance). In an attempt to hide the supernatural occurrences from the parents, a simple scavenger hunt is planned. Of course, "plans" don't stop super...

    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues. The cute, fun, romp with compelling and lovable characters is back to its former glo...

    This one just didnt feel the same. The art was so different I found it distracting. I was really excited to read this volume because I know many of the Lumberjanes have difficulties with their families. I felt like much of that was unresolved or brushed over. There really seemed to be ...

  • Jess
    May 25, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly ...

    Story This was another really fun entry. It was cool getting to meet some of the jane's parents, and see them having to scramble to explain away all the crazy stuff that happens at camp. This series continues to be really enjoyable. It doesn't have the deepest story, but it does ...

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with the mythical characters that we?ve come to know and love. The girls have their st...

    I didn?t love the art in this one as much as others in the series. The story was cute, as always, and the opening letter was amazing - like really awesome Lumberjanes-themed self help that makes you feel better about yourself. But the drawing style made all the characters look like s...

    Another fun addition to the Lumberjanes series. As indicated in the title, all of the girls' parents show up (even if unwanted, in one instance). In an attempt to hide the supernatural occurrences from the parents, a simple scavenger hunt is planned. Of course, "plans" don't stop super...

    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues. The cute, fun, romp with compelling and lovable characters is back to its former glo...

    This one just didnt feel the same. The art was so different I found it distracting. I was really excited to read this volume because I know many of the Lumberjanes have difficulties with their families. I felt like much of that was unresolved or brushed over. There really seemed to be ...

    Parents' Day has arrived for the first time at the camp! Egads, how will the Lumberjanes hide the weird goings-on?! I love April, she's super hardcore and intense! lol. I would love to go to a camp like this one! ...

    Just not as good as it used to be. The last few volumes have lacked the balance of substance and silly that hooked me on this series at the start. ...

    This didn't grab me in the same way some of these do. It was entertaining, but not a favourite. A solid addition to the series though. Admittedly, I read it about a week ago, before reviewing. ...

    It was really fun to meet everyone's parents. The Fox was legit kinda creepy. ...

    This series can do no wrong:) ...

    LJ lost a bit of its shine for me for a few issues, but this one is right back on track! Ripley = my spirit animal. Actually, I'd like Ripley to be my spirit animal, but April's probably closer to the mark. ...

    I feel let down by this volume, nothing really happened, the action was lacking and it didn't have the same feeling of adventure as the rest of the series. ...

    Adorable as always! ...

    I enjoyed meeting everyone's families, so much diversity! I didn't enjoy the artwork in this volume but I liked the story. I wouldn't mind seeing the parents again! ...

    Fantastical (as always)! ...

  • Chelsea
    Jan 16, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

  • Williesun
    Feb 17, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

  • Victoria ♡
    Jul 06, 2018

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

  • Ethan
    Jan 02, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and happy whether they have a single mom, two dads, or a dad and a grandpa. Also it's alw...

    The art style changed which threw me off for a page or two but then I was sucked right into the story!! I loved getting to meet all of the girl's parents and holy crap was Ripley's abuela awesome :D ps. The views expressed in this review are my own and do not reflect the views of I...

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn?t really a fan of the new art style. ...

  • Václav
    Feb 09, 2019

    First thing. They changed the art here and I am not a fan. It looks more like Manga artwork now with people smiling with open mouths and closed eyes. It's such a weird change. I also though this was a weaker story. Where is this going? Is the story leading anywhere? We haven't lear...

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what issues are included in vol 11 (so I can read ahead but still k...

    Readers of The Phantom Paragrapher, know that I often don't post graphic novels on my site, but one graphic novel series that I have fallen in love with is the Lumberjanes which are like girl scouts with a touch of magic. No matter how hard they try to be healthy, things happen. In Vol...

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the series was extended which brings us to the 10th volume. Using writers and illustr...

    A M A Z I N G ...

    3.5 stars What could go wrong when all the girls? parents show up for the day and then are all sent on a scavenger hunt in the woods? Oh nothing.... I enjoyed this volume, but ultimately I think I?m getting worn out on the Lumberjanes. At least this book didn?t fall apart. ...

    The graphics still make me unhappy. It feels like every issue has a different artist which is fine, I guess, but also confusing and I miss Stevenson's graphics. There, I said it. The story was nice though not one of the more interesting ones in my opinion. We get to meet everyone's ...

    The Lumberjanes series has been a delightful romp to look forward to every few months, but being at Vol. 10, I think this is where I finally part ways with the series. It's a sweet, inclusive, and heartfelt adventure, but it seems to be going on with no end in sight, and there doesn't ...

    Of course. When I'm almost ready to ditch this series, it got better just to make me unsure about what to do. Even I promised more from taking all parents to the camp, it's something bit fresh. Plus there is a new villain, so new dangerous adventure. Of course, the backbone of the stor...