Review: Lumberjanes #36

Did anyone even read the rule book?!

 
We get the finale of this arc with the Lumberjanes and the roller derby is in full swing. As we saw in the previous issue, there is more than meets the eye in this ring, with buttons being pressed. The reveal was quite obvious and this was definitely a ‘lighter’ arc, with a more simple storyline going with it. Nevertheless, I enjoyed the run and the characters all worked well together and bonded well. The differences between the Yeti and the Sasquatch seem to have been all sorted and we discover how they all got the house in the first place. The art was fast paced and although I know nothing about Roller Derbys, I enjoyed the scenes.
 


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